The blogosphere can be swift and deadly sometimes. Meaning, one day you're reading 7 seperate posts about the revival of classic New York brand B.D. Baggies and then they're gone. Not in the literal sense, of course, but things move so quick around these parts. If it's not the latest and greatest thing, well, you're probably going to have to go looking for it yourself. I am just as guilty of perpetuating this as the next blogger so consider this an observation and not a complaint - no whining. So, let's talk about B.D. Baggies. Again. Their F/W 2010 collection is out and it's solid. Nothing mind-blowing by any stretch of the imagination, but simple, good looking gear. Since it came back I've considered these guys a Save Khaki "diffusion line" more than anything else. SK's founder/designer David Mullen handles similar duties at BDB and both brands share virtually the exact same aesthetic - basic American sportswear staples. The major difference is that SK focuses much more on American manufacturing (Save Khaki United specifically), while from my experience B.D. Baggies is made primarily overseas (what up, India). I had never been hands on with B.D. Baggies up until this weekend. At a Barney's outlet I got to try some stuff on and was particularly impressed with the shirts. They are slim fitting (a tad bit more than Brooks Brothers' extra-slim fit), washed for supreme comfortability and have a very casual cut. If you've ever owned a shirt from Gant Rugger or Lands End Canvas you know what I mean by casual cut. You could tuck this shirt in if you really wanted to, but ultimately its purpose is best served untucked due to its shorter length. Anyhow, check out the F/W 2010 collection below (fedora danger, Will Robinson!) and maybe pick up some casual basics if you see fit.