Nine Ways to Upgrade Your Wardrobe
Fall Fashion

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As the leaves change color, so should your wardrobe. Out with the airy fabrics and light colors and in with traditional earth tones bolstered with bright accents. Use this fall fashion guide to update your look with these timeless, seasonal items that you will undoubtedly come back to for autumns to come.

Outerwear | DSquared2 Shearling Cotton Bomber Jacket
Autumn brings two distinct memories; back to school, and colder temperatures. So what better way to start your fall wardrobe update than with a new jacket that features a collegiate vibe. This bomber also has a shearling-lined lapel, keeping it classy yet comfortable in a fabric that saw a lot of runway time in the fall shows. ($2,660)

Sweater | Vince Rugby-Stripe
Bold horizontal stripes come back every fall, so an addition like this will be sure to last you year after year. This piece from Vince has an alternating coastal blue and heather brown colorway that can easily fit into your fall color scheme. ($245)

Cardigan | Jil Sander Lapeled
Cardigans have become increasingly popular over the past few fall collections, but a lot of men have been slow to warm up to this layer. This particular piece adds a notch lapel to the mix, for an easily removable layer that also adds a touch of class. ($600)

Shirt | Band of Outsiders Button-Down
Slim-fit specialists Band of Outsiders are always a solid choice for your collared sport shirt needs, and the fall season is no different. Buffalo plaid is everywhere this season, so this simple pattern will keep you fresh, without falling in line. ($230)

Pants | Ralph Lauren Black Label Corduroy
Corduroys have come a long way from the ones your mother dressed you in for your first day of school, and this particular pair is smart and casual. Fine wales, slim fit, and RL Black Label’s contemporary flair make these an understated update to your closet. ($295)

Boot | John Varvatos Etched Convertible
This boot can do a little bit of everything this season, whether it’s at work or on the weekend. Wraparound lacing on the upper perfectly complements the etched leather and burnished toe below. ($698)

Scarf | Brunello Cucinelli
Brunello Cucinelli boasts unbeatable cashmere, so for a scarf that’s all class and no itch, this big-plaid is perfect. Fringed ends neckwear has stayed strong again this season, while the lengths have shortened for a cleaner look overall. ($730)

Belt | Hugo Boss Suede
This belt is a great choice for two reasons. First, the blue suede adds a splash of color to the fall colorways, and second, with the switch to heavier pant fabrics for the season, you want a skinny belt to keep the clean and contemporary look. ($67.50)

Watch | Nixon The Volta
The careful watch connoisseurs have noticed a slowly emerging transformation towards square shapes. Dip your toe into the trend with this square case and round face from Nixon. ($275)

Eric Meyers

Eric Meyers is a native New Yorker who graduated in Journalism at San Francisco State University. While in the bay, he wrote for various publications like 944 and [X]Press. He has considerable experience in many aspects of culture, and holds a minor degree in the subject. Eric Meyers is also an Online Content Creator for The House Boardshop and author of two cover features for Snowboarder Ma...(Read More)

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