Wool Challis


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Appropriate for the fall/winter season, Challis is a lightweight wool fabric that traces its roots back to England (circa 1830) and works well for ties and pocket squares. Popular patterns include medallions and paisley (but other varieties can be found). A nice way to inject a shot of traditional into the contemporary wardrobe.




Joseph Fields