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.
Seiko Prospex SRPB97
While many watchmakers are reviving their classic divers from the mid-20th century, Seiko instead looked to one of their cult hits of the last decade to bring back this year. The SRPB97 “Orange Samurai” maintains the edgy, square case of the original but pairs it with a bold, legible orange dial. Each stainless steel watch comes with an extra silicone strap, and on the interior ticks a tried-and-true automatic movement from Seiko. Thanks to the brand’s penchant for robust engineering, it’s good for a 200-meter depth rating.
Vans OG Old Skool LX Nubuck Sneakers
These classic Vans have a green-on-green colorway in nubuck that’s perfect for fall. Pair them with your favorite pair of faded denim or some relaxed chinos. Either way, they’ll be your go-to sneakers before the snow drops.
Outerknown Camp Socks
Made from 69 percent recycled cotton, these chunky socks are very wearable with both boots and sneakers. They’re made in the USA, and are super easy to care for: just machine wash warm and tumble dry low. If you don’t have some thicker socks for the cooler weather, these are a great pair to invest in now.
Nonnative Explore Fleece Jacket
Japanese brand Nonnative has designed a fleece jacket you’ll never want to take off. Cut from high-pile fleece and lined with mesh, this understated design functions well on its own during the fall, and as a cozy layering piece in the dead of winter. Plus, the raglan-sleeve construction ensures a relaxed fit that will look good on any body type.
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