Whether you're carving pumpkins or craving a pumpkin spice latte, these fall essentials from Huckberry will keep you comfortable and stylish for the months to come.
Fall is for living comfortably. You're no longer sweating from sunrise to sunset like you were all summer, and the soul-crushing coldness of winter feels more like a myth than a few months away. Pick apples with your family; throw the football around with your friends; take your dog on a foliage walk. The options are endless — and they should all be enjoyable. Fall should feel like your favorite pair of jeans, a well-worn corduroy jacket or a cloud of cashmere. All this to say, whether you're carving pumpkins or craving a pumpkin spice latte, these fall essentials from Huckberry will keep you comfortable and stylish for the months to come.
Huckberry's best-selling travel tee can be worn for 72 hours straight without showing any signs of wear — or, you know, odor. It’s built from sturdy, ultra-soft merino wool and has been field-tested by travelers around the world.
The Greenflex Desert Boot from Astorflex is one of the best kept secrets in menswear. Each pair is handmade in Northern Italy by a family whose cobbler pedigree stretches six generations back. The Greenflex boots are eco-friendly, affordable and perfect for fall.
Wills was founded on the idea that good cashmere shouldn't cost all your hard-earned cash. The brand works with nomadic herders in Mongolia where Zalla Jinst white goats are meticulously hand-combed for their cashmere fibers.
Flint and Tinder’s signature All-American Stretch Denim feels just like your favorite broken-in pair right out of the box. Each pair is made in limited batches in the USA from premium denim with just the right amount of stretch, and features details like the brand's signature antique metal buttons and a chain-stitched hem.
This ultra-resilient shell from Proof uses triple-layered construction and a seam-sealed interior for complete protection from the elements. Add on the ample pocket storage and it's no wonder the designer Sunny Chang said "if I could embody any piece we’ve ever made, it would be this one."
The only thing that feels more fall-appropriate than a brown corduroy trucker jacket is a limited addition brown corduroy trucker jacket co-designed by Grammy-winning folk singer Ben Harper. It's cut from a crisp, buttery corduroy, channeling the style's retro roots and hard-wearing history — and it's made right here in the USA.