It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of American-made goods. So when American Field popped up in the SoWa area a couple weekends ago, you know where I was to be found!
Created by Ball and Buck, American Field is the largest gathering of made-in-the-USA apparel, footwear, and accessories. I saw lots of familiar faces, but also met a number of impressive new brands.
L.L. Bean was a co-sponsor, and since I usually rely on their catalogue, it was so great getting to see so many of their current products in person— and being made right there! They had a seamstress on hand working live on the famous canvas totes.
The Bootmobile even made the trip from Maine!
Vintage ties from General Knot Co.
The fine gentlemen of New England Outerwear were there! So inspired by this company— read my review of their shoes here.
Stunning capes with nautical-inspired details by Ellsworth & Ivey. I’m excited to tell you a lot more about them in a couple weeks, so stay tuned!
I’m a sucker for pretty paper products, so I loved meeting the folks behind Almanac Industries. Their paper, leather, and cloth products are all made by hand in Baltimore.
I’m still such a huge fan of Paxton 1345 boxers. Read my review of them here!
Lots of soft choices from New England Shirt Co., manufactured in Fall River, Mass.
This is hardly even a sampling of all the vendors that were present; just a select few of my favorite booths.
You can vote for the next location of the American Field show on their website, but I definitely have my fingers crossed for Boston again :) So inspiring to see so many quality goods being made over here, and the more we buy from them, the more jobs they can create. #politicaltalkover :)