The Love List: American Made

From Jess Graves, the voice behind <a href="http://www.thelovelist.net/">thelovelist.net</a>
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Chubbies

It’s hard not to feel a bit patriotic this time of year, when days are filled with 1 shorts, Chubbies Chubmander in Chief shorts, $59.50, chubbiesshorts.com Terrapin

sunshine, and plenty of excuses to slug down an ice-cold 2 local beerTerrapin Golden Ale cans, $9 for a six-pack, multiple locations, terrapinbeer.com

Flag rug

And what better way to celebrate the stars and stripes than by honoring makers in the USA? Faribault Woolen Mill’s been here for 150 years, so they know a thing or two about 3 Old GloryFaribault Woolen Mill 1776 wool throw, $215, faribaultmill.com Leather jacket

On the topic of heritage, nothing’s more classic Americana than the perfect 4 leather jacket—just start dreaming of those cool autumn nights. Billy Reid classic moto jacket in navy, $1,595, Westside Provisions District, billyreid.com

Print

If it’s the Peach State you’re reflecting on, this 5 letterpress print from the Old Try says Georgia by way of Boston. Old Try Wisdom, Justice & Moderation print, $42, theoldtry.com Turquoise Ring

For stuff made really close to home, 6 fine jewelry Give a Penny Designs turquoise ring, $165, by request at Tulipano, 3145 Peachtree Road, giveapennydesigns.com
Leather bag

and the most 7 rugged Maycomb Mercantile The Scout leather tote, from $225, maycombmercantile.com
Belt

8 or ladylike of accessories are just some of the dazzling array of products crafted right here in Atlanta. W. Kleinberg python belt, $110, 56 East Andrews Drive, wkleinberg.com Bracelet

Alternatively, you can wear your city pride on your (literal) 9 sleeve ATL wire bracelet in raw brass, $40, 3by3d.com
Notebook

or just carry it in your 10 pocket. Happy birthday, America. Form Function Form Atlanta Metro engraved notebook cover, $98, formfunctionform.com

Photography credits: Bag, notebook: Gabriela Iancu; Ring, leather jacket: Caroline C. Kilgore; All others courtesy of the company

This article originally appeared in our July 2015 issue.

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