Step right into the hallowed halls of The Style Guide — OK, not really — for a look at the best gear of the season. I know we just did this last week, but there’s still plenty of stellar menswear to cover. And that’s no joke. Who’s had a great fall so far? It’s certainly taken a while to really feel like fall out there, but there’s a chill in the air and changing leaves to go along with it. With that being said, it’s time for another edition of The List, your favorite ongoing series when it comes to stylish, rugged #menswear and accessories. From an investment-worthy watch to your new favorite chinos, you’re going to dig these selections. I’ll leave the rest to you — feel free to get in touch on Twitter or via The Style Guide Facebook page. Cheers!
Taylor Stitch Moto Jacket in Tobacco Weatherproof Suede — $875 (Pre-Sale)
A stunning, extraordinary jacket from a brand that always delivers.
We’re kicking things off with a real winner — the jaw-dropping Taylor Stitch Moto Jacket, this time in Tobacco Weatherproof Suede. An absolutely beautiful, heritage-quality piece from the Taylor Stitch Moto Collection.
Orient Bambino V3 Automatic Watch — $169.98
A refined watch that actually works with both casual and tailored looks.
Dependable, durable pants with handy features like a covert zip pocket and four-way stretch.
Want a pair of versatile, stylish chinos
that can go anywhere? The Proof Nomad Pants
are your best bet. Featuring four-way stretch, stain-repellent qualities and three sharp color options, you can wear the Nomad Pants
to the office and on the weekends with ease.
Corridor NYC Duck-Dyed Indigo Overshirt — $275
A handsome, unique overshirt ready to layer up with shirts, henleys, tees … you name it.
Woolrich Rough Rider Sherpa Blanket — $99.98
Don’t have a warm blanket for the colder months? This Woolrich blanket is worthy of an investment.
Let’s step away from traditional menswear for a second, yes? Woolrich has a long history of crafting high-quality textiles into fall essentials like the Rough Rider Sherpa Blanket. Perfect for a camping trip, a bonfire or an evening at home.
Filson Ranger Backpack — $215
A heck of a backpack from a heck of a brand. Nice work, Filson.
Moving back into rugged fall gear, Filson
can seemingly do no wrong when it comes to durable, stylish pieces crafted for getting out of town this fall season. The Ranger Backpack
is relatively inexpensive considering the quality.
Frank and Oak Rugged Fleck Twill Elbow Patch Shirt — $79.50
Easy to layer and easy to pair with casual fall essentials.
The minimal design of Frank and Oak meets the rugged fall style you need in your closet — no doubt about it. Wear this one with grey tweed trousers and wingtip boots or stylish leather sneakers.
Shinola Runwell Chronograph — $750
The sort of watch to buy now and where for a long, long time.
Beckett Simonon Dowler Cap-Toe Boots — $219
Relwen Quilted Patrol Jacket (Exclusively at Huckberry) — $298
Military inspiration meets modern styling potential — nice work from Relwen.
You’re not tired of stylish fall outerwear yet, right? The Relwen Quilted Patrol Jacket combines durability, functionality and surprisingly sleek styling potential.
Taylor Stitch Chore Pants in Blue — $98
Remarkably tough chore pants with reinforced construction from Taylor Stitch.
Bread & Boxers Heather Terry Jogger in Navy — $52
Sweatpants that look great and save you a few bucks? Good deal.
Let’s close this edition of The List on a casual note, OK? Although tough work pants are great, slim, stylish sweatpants
are equally essential as you dress in casual weekend style. Bread and Boxers
get it right with these.