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Party Threads: Gentlemen

     
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16. DON’t WEAR IT OUT: Button-down shirt by APC

13 Frenchy Poo

Portland’s newest cadre of designers, La Merde, has adopted the men’s jacket as its signature. The Major Major, with its yellow stitching and hoodie-turned-blazer styling, is one of our favorites. ($250. Frank James, 723 E Burnside St., No. 103, 239-3959, frankjamesclothing.com.)


14 Candy Striper

Beware: Your girlfriend, one-night-stand, sister, neighbor or roommate will jack this tastefully striped cashmere scarf by Vince right off your neck if you aren’t careful. ($165. Moulé, 1225 NW Everett St., 227-8530, moulestores.com.)


15 Nau Open

This Shroud of Purrin Hoodie by the recently resurrected Nau unites clean design and a water-resistant shell in one recycled-polyester hood. ($290. Lizard Lounge, 1323 NW Irving St., 706-6083, nau.com.)

16 Don’t Wear It Out

Rock this sharp button-down staple by APC and a little bit of musk and you’ll have them following you home in no time. ($150. Moule, 1225 NW Everett St., 227-8530, moulestores.com.)

17 Business in Front, Party in the Back

This stylish Three Immortals tie by Insight is all party. Polka party, to be precise. ($30. Exit Real World, 206 NW 23rd Ave., 226-3948.)


18 Local Motion

Mociun’s funky Native American-print, collared button-down brings a little (stylish) diversity to the city. ($198. Frances May, 1013 SW Washington St., 227-3402, francesmay.net.)

19 Unruly Behavior

Brixton’s “Hooligan” paperboy cap, fashioned from olive Melton wool, puts a simple spin on a classic design. Other styles are available. ($33. Exit Real World, 206 NW 23rd Ave., 226-3948.)


20 Planting Seeds

GRN Apple Tree’s Warrior Vest must have been fashioned with Portland’s distinctive style in mind—put a hood on it and we’ll call it good. ($72. Frank James, 723 E Burnside St., No. 103, 239-3959, frankjamesclothing.com.)

21 Workin’ Hard for the Money

Even with no green in sight, Entermodal’s locally made, eco-conscious “Trig” flip-case wallet will have the ladies’ attention. ($150. Olio United, 1028 SE Water Ave., No. 120, 542-5000, shop.oliounited.com.)

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