This winter, PTJ Supplies is stocked up for the funnest holiday season ever, thanks to new schwagg from W’menswear. These pieces have been specially designed for salty souls like you lovely people who come to Ponytail Journal for reads, inspiration, and ideas. In turn, the W’menswear design team have been inspired by you all and have created garments that speak to those who don’t mind rolling their sleeves up to put in the hard yard.
Not only were these pieces designed with much research into our rich salty history of coastal activity, as well as women in war and the workforce who inspired us to create, but they were made with dedication by workwear specialist Ben Viapiana in his workshop in Bangkok. His collection of ex-workwear factory machines made for the perfect tools to breathe life and detail into these salty pieces. So far, we have seen rad women across the globe sporting these rugged pieces, but for the holidays we thought we would share the love with you all by offering a limited number for sale from us to you and for a limited time we are offering a very festive worldwide shipping rate.
This hard working coat is made with heavy weight canvas for the most rugged life possible, with patchworked pockets with sashiko stitching, and dead stock fishing net covering the lower pocket. Find many salty details like roping loops at the cuffs and collar, as well as a hand stencilled breast.
This fishing vest is our take on a vintage hunting and fishing vest. Made from heavy weight canvas for the most rugged life possible, you’ll find details like a a dead stock fishing net pocket, roomy with a classic inverted pleat, and taped seams, perfect for a day out on the water.
This work smock is our take on a coverall for women. Made from heavy weight canvas for the most rugged life possible, you’ll find details like a a dead stock fishing net pocket, sashiko stitched patch-working, and hand stencilling at the breast.
This work dress is our take on a pop-over workshirt. Made from durable sailcloth for the most rugged life possible, you’ll find details like a contrast gusset at the sides, a round collar, and copper buttons for extra saltiness.
This pop-over is our take on the classic French fishing shirt, a cut that can also be found on Navy sailors. Made from sail cloth for a lighter weight that keeps all its toughness, you’ll find details like a painted, sashiko stitched, and patchworked collar, and secret inner breast pocket.