This post and giveaway is sponsored by Bridge & Burn, makers of classic apparel for men and women.
To celebrate fall, here’s a chance to take home a few thoughtfully made fall arrivals from Bridge & Burn. I took a walk through Prospect Park to show off a few fall favorites from the Portland, Oregon company and now one lucky winner will take home a $300 gift certificate to spend in any way their heart desires (full details below).
Forever a fan of overalls, I’m especially pleased to be able to show you the latest pair from Bridge & Burn. The slim cut Arlow Charcoal Twill Overalls are made from durable cotton twill, that has a little bit of stretch and a lot of general coziness for fall and winter days.
I’m wearing them here with a button up and clogs, but on the coldest days, I can imagine layering them over some thick scrunchy socks and a cozy sweater. (And not for nothing, but they’d also be just right to slip over a sneaky pair of long johns on wintry walks.)
With the overalls, I’m wearing Bridge & Burn’s Woodrow Olive Donegal button up. I really liked the tailoring on this shirt—the fit felt slim and feminine without being constricting. The deep olive color is flecked with bits of white and the overall look feels warm and rich and perfect for fall.
On my head, a Bridge & Burn x Tsuyumi wide-brim hat in black. Designed in New York by hat designer Tsuyumi Kumazaki, the wide-brim hat is made from the same 100% waxed cotton canvas that Bridge & Burn uses in their jackets. I can see opting out of an umbrella altogether given this beauty.
Next, I tried on the Erie Black. To fend off the wind and rain, the jacket is sewn from waxed British Millerain canvas that will develop its own unique patina over time and with wear.
The Erie is the most fitted of the Bridge & Burn waxed canvas jackets. The mid-thigh length makes it feel substantial without being oversized.
Like all Bridge & Burn jackets, it comes complete with all of the pockets, snaps, and attention to detail that you might hope for in a piece of well-made outerwear.
Underneath that, I’m in the wool-blend Tate Natural Striped Sweater. The sweater is warm, but not bulky and classic, but not tired. It reminded me, in the very best way, of watching high school football games as a teenager.
What do you think? If you’re in the market for adding something new to your fall wardrobe, Bridge & Burn is offering one Reading My Tea Leaves reader a $300 gift card to shop the collection for themselves.
To enter the giveaway, submit your email address into the form below. (Bonus entries for folks who follow Bridge & Burn on Instagram and Facebook!) The giveaway closes on Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at 11:59 pm PST. A randomly selected winner will be contacted by Wednesday, November 15, 2017. (Apologies to international readers, this giveaway is open to readers in the US only.)
Ready to take the plunge right away? Reading My Tea Leaves readers get 15% off Bridge & Burn items with the code TEA15. The offer expires on November 14, 2017 at 11:59 PST.
Photos by Whitney Kidder. For the curious, my jeans are vintage (found at 9th Street Vintage), my clogs are Sandgrens, and my sneaks are PF Flyers. This post was sponsored by Bridge & Burn. All opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that support Reading My Tea Leaves.