Sundry is definitely one of my current obsessions. The American-made beachy staples are the work of Matthieu LeBlan who came to Southern California via the south of France. There's something so easy about Sundry. It all just makes sense. The tees, tanks, button-downs, sweats, and drawstring pants simply feel like clothes you actually want to be wearing, not just admiring. LeBlan's motto for the brand is that "these are clothes to live, travel, laugh and love in," and I can buy into that. The label is still in its infancy, just past its one year mark, but I think there's a big future on the horizon for Sundry. I took a look at their fall 2013 collection last week and it is really good—I so want one of those buttery soft checked button-downs!
Here are few images from their spring and fall lookbooks that I cut (with a scissors) and pasted (with glue), just to make sure I hadn't forgotten how to use real things that require basic motor skills.
Find Sundry online or at a store near you by clicking here. If you're in L.A. there's a nice selection at Shelter Half on La Brea.