Toronto menswear label Bustle is probably best known for its cheeky Fashion Week presentations, where local celebs and chiselled models strut runways themed to collection inspirations like horse racing and casino gambling. You might also recognize co-founder Shawn Hewson from his judging turn on two seasons of Project Runway Canada.
Now Hewson and his partner, Ruth Promislow, have launched their own e-shop where you can browse and click your way through late summer staples like French terry blazers, golf pants in floral prints and multicoloured plaids and zebra motif T-shirts. The best news is that none of the aforementioned dapper buys (or anything else on the site) is priced higher than $300.
Bustle picks: A golf shirt collection includes a very literal ball-and-tee print version, $76 on sale a four-button linen vest comes with a metal pocket-watch chain, $130 on sale classic-cut shirting comes in shades of lime and turquoise, $145.
Look for: A selection of runway pieces and accessories coming soon.
Shipping: $10 for standard service in Canada, and free returns.