What We’re Wearing

Transitional Weather

Men's early fall outfit inspiration

What We’re Wearing

Transitional Weather

Light layers to segue into cooler temperatures

Climate change or not, dressing for the unpredictable weather of late September, early October and even November can be tricky. You know those cold-to-hot-to-cold days of early autumn. Seemingly sweltering and almost shivering all in the matter of days and sometimes hours. So how do you handle such dubious meteorological scenarios? By pulling on a few smart, cozy and altogether versatile layering pieces.

They're the kind of pieces that mix and match with much of what you already own. They also make killer travel essentials. Of course, once the chill sets in permanently, you'll be glad your wardrobe is stocked with such resourceful items. From a pair of durable military-inspired field pants to a versatile denim overshirt that can be worn solo or as a light jacket, they're solid staples that will serve you well all the way to next Spring.

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Your Early-Fall Fit

Men's early fall outfit inspiration
Gitman Vintage Hickory Striped Denim Overshirt

Hickory striped
denim overshirt,
$200 by Gitman Vintage

UNIQLO U Crew Tee

U crew tee,
$19.90 by UNIQLO

RRL Herringbone Field Pant

Herringbone field pant,
$290 by RRL

Parabola Whisky Suede Derbies

Whisky suede derbies,
$423 by Paraboot

J.Crew Cotton Crew Socks

Cotton crew socks,
$18 (for 3-pack) by J.Crew

Tudor Heritage Black Bay GMT Pepsi Watch

Heritage Black Bay
GMT Pepsi watch,
$4,100 by Tudor

Billykirk No. 222 Harness Buckle Belt

No. 222 harness buckle belt,
$125 by Billykirk

The Resort Co. Hacienda Sunglasses

Hacienda sunglasses,
$181 by The Resort Co.

Your Early-Fall Fit

Men's early fall outfit inspiration

Hickory striped
denim overshirt,
$200 by Gitman Vintage

 

U crew tee,
$19.90 by UNIQLO

 

Herringbone
field pant,
$290 by RRL

 
 

Whisky suede derbies,
$423 by Paraboot

Cotton crew socks,
$18 (for 3-pack)
by J.Crew

 
 

Heritage Black Bay
GMT Pepsi watch,
$4,100 by Tudor

 

No. 222
harness buckle belt,
$125 by Billykirk

 

Hacienda sunglasses,
$181 by The Resort Co.

When do we
“fall back?”

On November 6th, Daylight Saving time ends and we’ll turn our clocks back one hour, meaning the sun will start setting even earlier.

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