Because we’re more often than not on the go, I’m always looking for comfortable stylish clothes that are easy to upkeep. I usually bring a set or two of nicer clothes anywhere I go just in case, but packing dress shirts or slacks is a pain because they get wrinkled and can’t keep up with me if I’m out all day.
MINISTRY OF SUPPLY REVIEW:
I stumbled across Ministry of Supply while flipping through my Georgia Tech Alum magazine and was excited to see what they were doing! Ministry of Supply has found a solution, and they’ve married work out clothes with business attire. Using higher tech materials that make workout clothes give better reactions to temperature and moisture, they have a line of clothing that keeps you looking good and comfortable. I was surprised when I put on my AERO slacks for the first time how little they felt like dress pants. They’re also easy to care for and you can machine wash instead of taking them to the cleaners.
WHAT I’M WEARING:
ARCHIVE Dress Shirt:
- barely-visible perforations at the underarms for ventilation
- polyester and elastene blend for the perfect moisture wicking strechy material
- cuffs and collar that stays crips and structured without stays or irons
- wrinkle free
AERO Dress Slacks:
- moisture wicking, H2O-resistant polyester fabric for comfort and flexibility
- extra ventilation in body’s natural heat spots
- mesh pockets for better ventilation
- wrinkle free
If you know me, you know that great customer service keeps me loyal to a business, and I’m happy to say the customer service has been amazing! A few days after getting my order, they sent an email checking in with me to see how everything was fitting. Also, all of their pants are sold at fixed lengths so that you can go get them hemmed to the perfect length. That cost doesn’t come out of your pocket. All you have to do is submit your receipt, and they’ll mail you a reimbursement check. I just got mine a few days ago! Needless to say, I’m really enjoying my Ministry of Supply clothes and can’t wait to try out some of their other products.
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It’s been a while since I did our last travel gear review, but you can see the ones we did so far here.
What type of clothes do you wear to work?
What’s your favorite outfit to travel in?