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Stout&Co Spring 2017 Trend Forecast

Winter weather is still ravaging the east coast, but that hasn't stopped us from keeping an envious eye on spring 2017 trend forecasts. Sure, we believe in building a wardrobe with timeless classic pieces (like a well-fitting dress shirt, ahem). But with key pieces as a solid foundation, it's easy to mix things up with current trends – without looking like you're on a runway.   That 70's Shirt  Apparently the 70s are back. Before you go unbuttoning your top 4 shirt buttons (please don't), we think there are ways to pay tribute to the era without bellbottoms and platforms. Try a pair of dress pants in rich rust or wine tones with a smoke grey dress shirt. Top with some...

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Valentine's Day: Spotlight on our Salmon Shirt

Our hairline salmon dress shirt is one of our most popular styles, and it's easy to see why. It pairs seamlessly with your favourite easy chinos for a casual date or brunch, or with a suit for work or special occasions.  While we love our salmon shirts year-round, it's especially popular for adding a bit of seasonal colour for your Valentine's Day plans. And if anyone asks - it's salmon. NOT PINK. 😉   FEATURED PRODUCTS Black and White Printed Dress Shirt$65 Red and Black Buffalo Check Shirt$60 Hairline Salmon Dress Shirt$65

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Giving Back: Thalassemia & How We Help

At Stout&Co., all of our shirts are manufactured in our family-owned, ethical factory. We pay living wages, and provide our craftsmen and craftswomen with a safe, clean environment to work in because we believe there's more to style than just a good looking shirt.  We also believe in giving back to the communities we work in. For the sale of every shirt, we donate $2 to a not-for-profit hospital in Bangladesh, where our shirts are manufactured. The hospital is specialised in treating children with the blood disorder thalassemia, an inherited disorder passed to children from both parents. It’s incurable, requiring a lifetime of medical care ranging from medication to ongoing surgeries. This care is expensive – too expensive for many families...

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Here's Where We Come Clean

We’ve got a confession to make. We’re not just in this to sell shirts. We’re here for the long haul, and that means we want to be responsible global citizens. We’re responsible for bringing high quality, well priced, tailored-fit shirts to the masses, sure. But we’re also responsible for giving back. That just happens to be what we’re in the business of doing.The story of our heritage crosses the globe from Toronto, Canada, where we live and work, to Bangladesh, where we manufacture our shirts. You might have heard about systemic issues facing factory workers and the manufacturing industry in Bangladesh. We believe that we can make a difference. Using a factory that has always been in our family, we...

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