Fall is definitely my favorite season, and now that the weather has finally caught up with the calendar, it’s time to break out the layers. I wanted to share some looks that feature a few of my favorite pieces for fall and hopefully inspire some of your own.
1. Woolen Warmth
The reason I like fall so much is that it lets you mix the best parts of your wardrobe regardless of season. Chinos, silk scarf, wool vest, woven belt? Sure. Just remember to keep the colors complementary.
Extra Tip : An unstructured jacket can lend some casual style to an otherwise dressy outfit.
|Jacket by AllSaints; Vest by Umit Benan; Chinos by|
Gant Rugger; Shirt by Uniqlo; Shoes by Ted Baker;
Tie by Robert Godley; Scarf by Tallia; Belt by
Brooks Brothers; Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
2. Live in Leather
Some days will inevitably be milder than others. That is why a good leather jacket is a quintessential part of any wardrobe. Throw it on over just about anything and you’re good to go.
Extra Tip : Great details can really make a piece stand out. Take the detail stitching under the jacket collar or the inner pant leg for example.
|Leather jacket by AllSaints; Pants by Topman;|
Shirt by Nautica; Boots by Timberland;
Scarf by rag & bone; Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
3. Down for Anything
Sometimes you don’t know what the day holds, which is when layering is particularly useful. A full-zip mock neck paired with a ‘down’ vest gives you the versatility for just about anything. The zippers let you stay comfortable and the mock-neck lets you leave the scarf at home.
Extra Tip : Corduroy is the fall fabric in my book, but everyone always does the same colors. That’s why these dusty rose cord pants are one of my favs. Embrace the cord (just shun the wide wale).
|Vest and sweater by Nautica; Cords by Gant Rugger;|
Shirt by Psycho Bunny; Boots by John Varvatos;
Watch by Bulova; Sunglasses by Alexander McQueen;
Gloves (in pocket) by The Men's Store at Bloomingdales
Fall is a great time to have fun with your clothes. Utilize seasonal fabrics and colors in creative ways. Find new ways to wear out-of-season pieces. Most importantly, showcase your style.