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August 10, 2012  | by: Caitlyn Gallip

Sweater by Michael Bastian for $975

This week Esquire magazine revealed their personal clothing collection created by the top names in men’s fashion. Billy Reid, Michael Bastian, George Esquivel and Shipley & Halmos all created a piece in the classic men’s wardrobe. Now available for purchase each of these pieces offers a certain sense of pure style, but only if you are willing to pay the price.

The first piece in the collection is a pair of perfect cotton chinos by Billy Reid. Available at Billy Reid stores around the country, this pair of pants runs for around $325 but promises to be well tailored and expertly crafted.

The Chinos by Billy Reid

Next, the collection exhibits the Shirt by Shipley & Halmos. The navy and white pencil stripes create an interesting color to the fabric to create the perfect shirt for every day wear. Available at Shipley-halmos.com you can expect to spend $215 for this look.

The Shirt by Shipley & Halmos

Another piece in the collection are these blue shoes by George Esquivel. One of the most interesting pieces in the collection, these shoes are $900 for the first 50 customers and $2,200 after that. Inspired by turn of the century cowboys, these shoes have created quite a buzz on comments.

The Shoes by George Esquivel

Being called an “attainable luxury good” is quite an interesting statement. So what do you think? Did Esquire create a line that is for the everyman?

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