Every single day, our style team filters through millions upon millions of style articles, clothing pieces, collection launches, brand parties, blogger fads, runway shows, fashion shoots, lookbooks and many, many more stimuli to stay on top of what’s hot in men’s fashion. In spite of all that noise, we’ll keep things simple here: just four things we’re into right now, updated each week.
YSTRDYS TMRRW Fleece Pacifism Vest
Founded this year in Tokyo, YSTRDYS TMRRW blends vintage and streetwear elements to make garments that are both new and nostalgic. This vest is made from polyester fleece and features patch pockets, an adjustable hem and a fine-fleece lining. It’s like your favorite old hiking vest, reimagined for everyday wear.
Craighill Brass Cuff
Sometimes the best accessories are the most understated. Take for instance this brass cuff by Craighill. The ridged pattern is strong and simple, and the patinated bronze is not overly precious. Wear it alone or stack it next to your favorite field watch — it’s a bracelet that’ll look good on every man.
Ralph Lauren Purple Label Shawl-Collar Belted Cardigan
Do you ever want to buy something outrageous just because you can? Even if you can’t, you can at least dream of this crazy Shawl-Collar Cardigan from Ralph Lauren’s Purple Label. The beautiful blue print is inspired by classic patterns of the American west, and the belt gives it a formality that can stand in for a coat or blazer. On the off chance you have $2,500 burning a hole in your pocket, act fast.
Margaret Howell MHL Cotton-Corduroy Trousers
One reason to get excited for fall is the opportunity to wear corduroy again. Margaret Howell’s chocolate-colored corduroy trousers are made for the season and will make you wish September was here tomorrow. The dark brown hue is earthy and provides an anchor for fall’s more resplendent tones. Pair it with a shetland sweater or blue blazer, and you have a smart look that complements the autumn leaves.
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