On a chilly October day in Potomac, Maryland these pictures captured the various hues and tones of the Robert W. Stolz Loden collection. The same jacket shot in the strong morning light or soft setting sun can look remarkably different thanks to the richness of the melange Loden Wool fabric. These images reveal how the natural effects of light, temperature and contrasting skin tones can have subtle effects on perception of color.
Inclusive sizing is a no brainer. Need extra-long/short sleeves? No problem! Petite sizes, plus sizes, regular sizes . . . we’ve got you covered. Our standard men's sizes run from 34 - 62 and women's sizes run from 0 - 28.
It all started in 2011 when I was running an American Department of Defense Arabic language training program in Alexandria, Egypt - of all places - when my Austrian fiancee gave me my first Loden Jacket.
The name Cashmere is derived from ‘Kashmir,’ the northernmost region of India. Like Merino Wool, a fiber that garnered a royal decree from the King of Spain, the Alpaca fiber was made famous when a 14th-century saint . . .
From humble beginnings in the Austrian Alps to the catwalks in Milan and Paris, loden could be considered the quintessential fabric. It allowed the Alps to be tamed, trends to be set, and progress to be made ...
Austrian clothing has a rich and storied past just like the Alpine culture from which it evolved. Hallmarks of the style are the ‘boiled’ wool fabrics, called Loden, developed by Alpine herdsmen and farmers in the Austrian Alps.
Nanci Pelosi should try our Women's Alpaca Funnel Coat. She made a hit with her wool funnel coat while leaving the White House. Apparently it was from the beautiful Italian brand MaxMara, but they aren't the only ones with a great funnel coat! Here at Robert W. Stolz we carry women's funnel coats and curren...
Fashion trends come and go but classic clothing styles like men's and women's full length wool coats live on. Discover what makes a classic a 'classic' and what to look for when shopping for an investment piece.
Bavarian clothing origins and traditions are rooted in both the physical and aesthetic needs of a Alpine people. Due to a surging appreciation for quality craftsmanship and superior fabrics the sartorial style assumes its global status as a symbol of sophisticated dress.