See Now, Buy Now: Buck Mason’s Pacific Twill Vintage Shirt is a Classic Fall Style Move

Best men's shirt for early fall

In the process of moving from one season to another, a well-dressed guy (like yourself!) has got to have pieces that, as we say here at The Style Guide, bridge the gap from one area to the next. Picks like a stylish bomber jacket or a durable overshirt fit the bill, as does the classic fall shirt shown above from the good folks at Buck Mason. Ideally, you’re no stranger to the Los Angeles-based, truly all-American brand, which focuses on taking classic picks and freshening them up for the modern man — like the Buck Mason Pacific Twill Vintage Shirt, for starters.

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You see, your new favorite fall shirt is certainly one of those pieces that bridges the gap between a warmer September and the colder months quite nicely, and the Buck Mason Pacific Twill Vintage Shirt checks all the right boxes. Of course, it looks highly stylish while doing so, too, and that’s a major benefit as you look for one of the best shirts for men (period).

Best fall flannel shirt for men.

Crucially, the Buck Mason Pacific Twill Vintage Shirt is made from a twill weave that’s durable and yet breathable — it’s based on the fabric used in making Buck Mason jeans, but the company says it’s a quarter of the weight. How’s that for one of the best shirts for men this season, ehh?

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This lightweight flannel shirt features interwoven threads that have also been overdyed for softness, making the Buck Mason Pacific Twill Vintage Shirt a reliable go-to on its own or layered atop one of the best henleys for men, for instance. It’s cool enough to wear layered up unbuttoned, or else paired with one of the best blazers for fall (trust me).

The next time you need a rugged, casually stylish shirt to rock this month and into the early days of winter, you know you need the Buck Mason Pacific Twill Vintage Shirt

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