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AMERICA’S OLDEST TAILORED CLOTHING MAKER

From modest beginnings in 1880 and through the changing face of fashion, Hardwick Clothes American Made Men's Wear continues to prevail as the oldest privately held apparel manufacturer in America. Hardwick is an honest, all-American enterprise, offering Made in America men’s blazers, sport coats, suit separates and pants that are true to size and style. Men's suits, blazers, sports coats and pants that are made in the USA have never looked and felt better than they do when created by the experts at Hardwick. Hardwick truly is America's men's suit maker.





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An Awkward Autumn Moment

October 15, 2014

Jim Jenkins kisses his wife on the cheek as he heads out the door. “Going to buy a blazer, sweetie. Be back in a bit.” “Remember, Jimmy, I can’t resist you in black,” Millie calls after him. Several hours pass when Millie hears a loud rumbling in the drive. She turns to look out the curtains. There’s Jim, beaming as he inspects his new Chevy Trailblazer. Millie jumps up and slings open the door. “James, what on earth is this?” “A new blazer for hunting season,” he replies. “And it’s black – as you requested…” he said with a wink. With that, Millie turns on her heel and walks back in the house, slamming the door behind her. Geez,... Continue Reading →

A Day at the Helm

October 10, 2014

Both Christopher Columbus and C.L. Hardwick stood at the helm of world-changing enterprises. One discovered America, and the other clothed it. The American dream is the ballast that has kept Hardwick Clothes afloat for the past 130 years, and fine craftsmanship and innovation will fill our sails in the years ahead. Enjoy the kind of life that men like Christopher Columbus and C.L. Hardwick made possible – take your boat out on the water this weekend. Cut the waves and enjoy the cool spray of an autumn cruise. Captain your ship in a navy Craig Hardwick blazer (shown above). The tropical wool fits the bill for a breezy, mid-October day. Perhaps some jeans and boat shoes will keep... Continue Reading →

THE HISTORY OF HARDWICK CLOTHES

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