West Coast label Tovar debuted quietly this past summer but has recently been rolling out its fall line to rave reviews at some of America's smartest shops. Designer Terence Yeung did tours of duty at brands like Orthodox and Band of Outsiders before breaking out on his own to focus on sturdy staples, inspired by travel and exploration, that are as functional as they are fashionable. "I wanted to design practical clothes that could easily be mixed and matched with your existing wardrobe," Yeung explains. Like a lightweight quilted varsity jacket, for instance. Or the easy autumnal layering pieces you see above. The details are considered, the cuts are streamlined and the fabrics are comfortable. Definitely the kind of clothes you want to pack for your next adventure.