As fashion’s most anticipated season is upon us, I figured we’d throw a look out there for those days that aren’t as crisp and chilly as November 31st will be. (Don’t look at your calendar.) This is a look that don’t require much layering. No scarf, hat, or gloves, but itstill speaks to the season in color and texture.
This is one of my favorite looks. Since most of the attention will be on the pants, your shirt and tie definitely don’t have to make a bunch of noise. Tone those down with some basics and you won’t do what people in the fashion industry call “peacocking“.
This look is made possible by these rust pants. Colors like orange, brown, and green look great in the fall. These colors have many different hues that you can play with. Darker oranges, deeper greens, all types of browns….have fun with it!
Your accessories will be an important addition to your look as you navigate your way through these autumn months. Notice how the green nato strap matches the little pieces of green in the pocket square (and socks). These are the little details that complete an outfit. This look would not capture eyes as quickly if I had on a plain brown watch, black socks, and no pocket square.
One accessory that I’m starting to switch up with my looks is my phone case. I got wind of this site case-mate.com. They have some of the dopest cases I’ve ever seen. This particular one is made out of real wood (smells like Christmas) and goes great with the colors that fall has to offer. Remember, it’s all in the details. These “minor” details will be the reason you get that second look from the hottie at the food truck at lunch.