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Awesome seeing Ginew USA getting some love on MFA! Beautifully made clothes, and the owners/designers are really great people. Very passionate about sharing their heritage in their clothing designs. Yeah it’s a bit of a breadth of options. I’m hoping being in the Mens Dope Black Dad T-Shirt western US will help me make it feel a bit more natural. I feel western wear is at home in most north-american rural communities, even outside the American west. I’m from Eastern-ish-but-not-quite-really-Eastern Canada in a city of 30 000 surrounded by farms and I don’t think I’d ever feel out of place with a western yoke shirt and double denim. Oh and when I say I don’t think I can make it work it’s mostly because I don’t have a lot of good casual tailored jackets.
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