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"When you’re ready to invest in a piece that you’ll wear for years to come, splurge on a perfectly tailored sport coat. As you browse, sip from the store’s fully stocked bar, which is filled with rare bottles of bourbon, and enjoy the music emanating from an old-school record player."
"They’ve hit on a sweet spot with their modern sport coat. Tailored somewhere between a trendy trim fit and a traditional full cut, the lightweight unstructured jacket flatters most body types, and the multi-blue plaid is made of a sumptuously soft Italian wool."
"Ole Mason Jar is more than just menswear; it’s a socially conscious lifestyle brand. Originally college roommates, co-founders Filipe Ho and Bradley Rhyne channeled their entrepreneurial spirits into bringing the textiles industry back to North Carolina and have shaped the clothing market in Charlotte in the process."
"Jerricho Cotchery is back. The veteran slot receiver known for consistency and making tough catches returns to the locker room as the new assistant wide receivers coach for the Carolina Panthers. Pictured wearing Ole Mason Jar."
"Bradley Rhyne and co-founder Filipe Ho started their men's clothing store Ole Mason Jar in 2013. They moved to their second floor space at 148 Brevard Court near Romare Bearden Park in uptown Charlotte about a year ago. The pair designs clothing that is made in the USA and often in North Carolina."
"Brevard Court is the ideal location for Ole Mason Jar, a specialty men’s clothing shop with an Old World feel. As I climbed the dark wood steps to the shop, I felt like I had stepped back in time."
2016 Charlotte Five Award Winner: Best Place to Get Men’s Clothes // JANUARY 2017 - Read
Small Business: Ole Mason Jar Men’s Clothing Shop Oozes Vintage Appeal // JUNE 2016 - Read
"Ole Mason Jar focuses on quality not quantity, sacrificing volume for smaller quantities of items with more focus on craftsmanship. They aspire to be the modern gentleman–from someone embarking on their collegiate journey to the gentleman looking for the perfect shirt for his retirement party."
"The American-made apparel featured on the company’s online store looks like it’s straight out of the pages of GQ Magazine with its clean, sophisticated, and modern style."
Men’s Fashion Line Brings Back American-Made Southern Charm // JULY 2015 - Read
"STYLE talks to Ole Mason Jar about their brand, their personal style and their goal of seeing Ole Mason Jar in some of our favorite high-end retail establishments."
Meet The #Carolinas75 Most Stylish // APRIL 2015 - Read
Men of STYLE: Introducing Ole Mason Jar // November 2013 - Read
"Belk has selected 31 finalists for its second annual Southern Designer Showcase Competition, including from five North Carolina. The design competition seeks Southern designers of women’s, men’s and kids’ apparel, shoes and women’s accessories. Locally, Tsvetelina McAuliffe of Concord and Bradley Rhyne of Charlotte were selected to present their collections before a panel of Belk judges next Wednesday."
“We started in Charlotte because we both grew up in North Carolina and know that there is already a great market and a bustling interest in the menswear movement for modern gentlemen.”
USA Love List
"This ultimate source list of American-made ties includes eco-friendly ties, wooden bow ties, silk neckties, and bow ties. Whether you are looking for a tie for work, a bow tie for that special occasion, or a necktie for dad as gift, we are sure to have at least one for you in this list!"