Scotland (by the) Yard

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Scotland (by the) Yard
Our favorite travel companions this season all have one thing in common: Scottish roots.
Jeffery Cross
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    Only Looks Like a Flannel
    This plaid was sourced from a catholic school uniform company and made into a cozy puffer jacket. It’s like a ’90s shirt with down insulation. If you like this jacket, don’t miss Mark McNairy’s plaid hats and ties. $848, markmcnairy.com 
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    Tee Time
    Argyle golf gloves are just Moncler gamme bleu’s latest nod to the scots. Designer Thom Browne is such a fan, he’s played bagpipe music at the runway shows. Price upon request, moncler.com 
    Jeffery Cross
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    A Pouch With Panache
    Scottish shepherds wore houndstooth in the 1800s. In the 1900s, the pattern became a hit in America. Now we have the digitized update on Coach’s new leather pouch. $218, coach.com 
    Jeffery Cross
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    Better Sleep, Anywhere
    Swedish company Hästens is known for its plaid, handmade mattresses. This plush duck-feather pillow, about the size of our magazine, brings extra comfort to flights. As for that design? A Scottish lumberjack named, yes, Big Jock MacCluskey first brought buffalo plaid to America. $110, hastens.com 
    Jeffery Cross
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    Because Dogs Get Cold Too
    The Barbour family traced the roots of their Scottish heritage and based designs, such as the one on this dog jacket, off the tartan of their ancestral clan from Ayrshire. The quilted jacket (shown on Oscar, our Havanese office mascot) also comes in teacup and Great Dane sizes. $59, barbour.com
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    Snuggle Up
    Faribault’s newest mill was built in 1842. We’re partial to their wool blankets, which are big enough for a picnic and small enough to roll up in your carry-on. $140, faribaultmill.com 
    Jeffery Cross