The List: Shop The Very Best Menswear for November Right Now

Your next favorite fall shirt — I feel certain of that. Don’t you?

As tough as it can be to transition from summer into fall, the transition from fall into winter calls for some serious men’s style essentials — that’s what brings us here today, in fact. From durable, rugged leather boots to your new favorite fall shirt — as seen above — we’ve got every single base covered. It’s time to layer up, bundle up and take on the changing seasons with the best gear for fall and winter. Want to stay in touch with yours truly on the daily? Check out The Style Guide Facebook page. Now, let’s hit it!

Outerknown Blanket Shirt — $100.98

The cozy, casual shirt to wear with anything and everything this fall and winter. Especially your best pair of broken-in jeans.

You know that cozy, stylish casual shirt you consistently reach for every weekend? The kind you can layer over a rugged henley or a crisp white tee in equal measure? That’s the Outerknown Blanket Shirt. Wear it all the time this season, if you can.

Tricker’s Low Leg Logger Boots — $525

Absurdly beautiful boots that will age wonderfully with time.

The only thing I have to say about these stellar Tricker’s Low Leg Logger Boots is that they’re just … remarkable. My goodness. Surely some of the best men’s boots for fall and winter.  There’s more where that came from.

Hestra Deerskin PrimaLoft Gloves — $130

Very nearly the best gloves on the market.

OK, so you’ve got your Tricker’s Low Leg Logger Boots and perhaps a stylish flannel waxed trucker jacket — how are you keeping your hands warm? The Hestra Deerskin PrimaLoft Gloves, of course.

Naked & Famous Slim-Fit Black Selvedge Denim — $170

Slim black denim to add an edge instantly to any look.

Who doesn’t love a slick pair of slim black denim from Naked & Famous? These jeans work for your next rock concert or a casually cool holiday party in equal measure. Wear ’em with the  Tricker’s Low Leg Logger Boots to start.

Bespoke Post Ivy Box — $45

A new fall style staple — namely, this is a reinvented classic.

As you can see, we’re all about rugged, classic fall layers here today — take the handsome Bespoke Post Ivy Box. A heavyweight rugby shirt from Line of Trade is a seriously cool, underrated style move.

Nisolo Mateo Moc Toe Boots — $288

Your next fall and winter boot purchase? I should think so!

Blending a surprisingly refined profile with the rugged, quality construction you’ve come to expect from Nisolo, the Mateo Moc Toe Boots are handsome and easily wearable with charcoal Donegal trousers or dark denim.

U-Turn Audio Orbit Special Amp — $479

The next entry in your home goods collection, yes?

We’re all about great audio gear and great music in equal measure on the blog — this handsome piece is a great addition to your home audio collection.

Anonymousism Indigo Rib Crew Socks — $40

Comfortable socks for every season, but especially fall and winter.

No matter whether you go with the Tricker’s Low Leg Logger Boots or the Mateo Moc Toe Boots, you’re going to need stylish, dependable socks. Anonymousism makes beautiful — truly beautiful — socks for all seasons.

Grayers San Remo Cardigan — $155


A casual cardigan that also happens to be very well-made.

As they say, the hits keep coming — and the Grayers San Remo Cardigan is a warm, cozy stylish fall and winter cardigan for your wardrobe.

Foster & Rye Acadia Wood Beer Caddy — $39.99

Never a bad time to add to your collection of craft beer goods.

There are regular ways to transport your favorite craft beer, and then there’s the Foster & Rye Acadia Beer Caddy, a highly stylish way to make sure your classic craft beers get to that fall tailgate or holiday party in style.

That’s going to close out today’s edition of The List. Any favorites? For me, I dig the exceptional Tricker’s Low Leg Logger Boots. Stay tuned this week for more exceptional menswear — trust me. 

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