Dapper Daytripper: Travel in Style

For the guy on your list whose eyes sparkle with wanderlust — these travel-trusted gifts will remind him of you when he’s far from home.

from Kinsman Shop (3818 Butler St., Lawrenceville; kinsmanshop.com):

  • Hill-Side Blue Jeans ( $225)
  • United By Blue Knit Cap ($28)
  • United By Blue Leather Palm Gloves ($42)
  • Public Supply Ruled-Paper Notebooks, perfect for journaling ($14/pack of 3)
  • The Gentleman’s Deck by Frausto & Co. offers playing cards paired with advice on whiskey tasting, enjoying a cigar, meeting your future in-laws, making conversation, caring for your best suits and more ($16)

from VESTIS (5124 Butler St., Lawrenceville; vestispgh.com):

  • North Sea Clothing Ltd. Diver turtleneck in orange Marl ( $250)
  • AnonymousIsm knit socks ($25)
  • Hill-Side ‘Galaxy Tweed’ tie ($85) with jet cloisonné enamel/brass tieclip ($59)
  • General Knot & Co. vintage hunting-camp Dopp kit ($88)


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