Livestock Delivers a Look at {illustrated example's Cold Weather Ready Offerings

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In its latest editorial, Canadian retailer Livestock took an in-depth look at {illustrated example’s new Fall 2017 collection. With the cold weather seasons ahead in mind, {ie puts a greater emphasis on layering and construction in its fall collection to help wearers smoothly navigate the roughest of environments. Drawing from the durability of work and military wear, the latest range features sturdy fabrics like Bedford Cord and Herringbone Twill which are utilized in the construction of simple everyday pieces. While the outerwear, waffle base layers, brushed terry fleeces, heavy flannels and wool shirts included in the range can be worn on their own or together for cold weather ready layered looks. Retailing between $40 and $375 CAD (approximately $30 and $290 USD), {illustrated example’s Fall 2017 collection is available now at retailers like Livestock.

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