Devereux polos keep it simple -- and sophisticated
If you were starting a fashion brand to target millennials, you would do well to follow the lead of brothers Will and Robert Brunner.
The Fort Worth natives launched Devereux two years ago (named after their grandmother) and have quickly established a reputation for designing clothes with a clean, sophisticated look.
Devereux’s shirts strive for a simple aesthetic. You won’t spot any splashy logos -- instead the shirts showcase a modern fit and style using the slogan “Proper Threads.”
The clean look allows the line to be versatile; you can wear Devereux shirts to the office and the golf course.
The Bastille polo ($95, shown) makes a strong statement with the hidden placket and contrast colors.
After starting with polos and T-shirts, Devereux has added a blue blazer that is a nice balance of formal and casual, sweaters and zip-ups and more recently branching into pants and shorts.
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