Though the winter fall is at distance for the time being, what's bad in a little preparation prior the season comes in. So just update your knowledge for the upcoming season.
* Trench coat for all
The trench coat is one of the men's staple jackets during fall/winter and is undeniably versatile in nature. Beige and light brown shades are the best ones to own. For a formal look, pair your narrow pants with a blue shirt underneath and black Oxfords. On the other hand, get your basic white tee, some ripped denim, sneakers rounded with a printed or checkered scarf for an ideal casual fall look.
* The art of layering
For a formal setting, pair your crew neck T-shirt under your formal blazer and pull off an overcoat on the outside. The best part about layering is to achieve a look that gives you the flexibility and adaptability to change according to the weather. You can also consider wearing toque caps if it's too cold outside.
* Casual layer with hoodies
One can consider a pullover hoodie mixed and matched with whitewashed jeans and it's all done. To add an ounce of a style statement, throw a zipper jacket over a hoodie and pull back the hoodie outside, grab your duffle bag and there you are, rocking the streets as a fashion star.
* Get back to corduroys
Bored of denimsIJ Then swap your regular denim with corduroy pants full of colors - maroon, yellow, or even orange paired with denim shirts or blue blazers and leather boots. This old-school style can be doubled up with a matching corduroy jacket and a printed tee.
* Prints and checks:
Leather jackets with floral prints are a must have this fall, besides going for an all check patterned look from head to toe. A windowpane checkered double-breasted suit in navy blue and brown lace-ups is a great combination for those brunch meetings.
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