The days are getting shorter, the weather is turning cooler, and the wind is picking up. For me, Fall means breaking out the rough stuff. I’ve always loved clothing with texture. Soft, rough, nubby, jacket, tie, scarf – it’s all good.
Fall provides a great opportunity to add some Ivy League-professor energy to your wardrobe with nubby, cozy pieces that are sophisticated and seasonally appropriate. Handled with care, a deeply textured piece – large or small – can give your look some definition. Call it 3D quality.
Small Medallion Neat Pocket Square
The first lesson is simple: start small.
Panter Windowpane Dress Shirt
Suiting and sportswear nod to tradition with a wave of old-world windowpanes, checks, and plaids.
Plaid Cashmere Sport Coat
Kiton always has the perfect cashmere blazers. Pair this one with a wool tie and oxford cloth shirt.
"The Runwell" Stainless Steel Watch With Leather Straps
A Shinola watch offers a fresh take on American-made heirlooms and craft.
Skincare For Men
Available for pre-order in October.
Flannel Cargo Pants
Brunello Cucinelli makes outstanding flannel trousers that complete the look.
Slim Leather Jacket
A revved-up look starts with a racy biker jacket.
Title Of Work
You can add a textured accessory to your suit or jean-and-blazer combination with a wool tie.
Sardegna Pebbled Leather Driver
The Fall runways were full of pebbled-leather shoes, another way to add a textured accent.
Rag & Bone
Medium-Wash Denim Jacket
A classic denim jacket is always a top choice when the weather turns chilly.