Monday, September 29, 2014

10 Fall Essentials For Men

Hello readers, So I came upon this online and thought to share with my very fashionable male fans.. Why Not? Do more with less by anchoring your personal style to a curated core of 10 timeless staples. Even tho it reads Fall, these can be adapted to other seasons and to every part of the world. The holidays are also around the corner and these would make great presents, wifeys' take note. Thanks a lot to for this great piece, enjoy...

Your first inclination may be to throw this on with a pair of khakis or jeans, but a refined plaid shirt can also look right at home with a suit.

Impeccable tailoring means these pants look just as legit with a necktie as they do with a sweatshirt - perfect for a smart looking but easy going office vibe.

A versatile layering essential, the henley can be worn under a sport coat, on it's own with a pair of jeans, or layered on top of another.

 Thicker than a shirt and thinner than a jacket, the quilted overcoat delivers the ideal layering weight for days when it's not quite cold enough for a full-on coat.

A hardy, heritage rich fabric that looks equally great over a suit or a pair of jeans, tweet is designed with an extra tight weave to stand up to the elements.

With plenty of personality to spare, a plaid or checked sport coat can play nice with a dress shirt and tie or beat up T-shirt and jeans.

 Yes, you can wear lace up boots with a suit especially when the boots have the refinement of an oxford and the suit has the heft of heavy wool flannel.

 With a hint of texture, the timeless flannel suit is thick enough for even the coldest of morning commutes. But don't stop there, break it up and wear the sport coat with a chambray shirt and sneakers on off duty outings.

 A weightier wool tie can round out a shirt and heavy jacket like nobody's business, especially with it's nubby dimension adding texture.

A men's wear staple, the cap toe oxford works just as well with a pair of jeans as it does with a three piece suit.

Enjoy the rest of the Monday, Xo...
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