Now, before we get into today’s edition of The List — covering all the best new men’s style gear to shop now, naturally — you’re probably wondering … “Who makes that gorgeous bomber jacket up top?” The answer, my friends, is none other than our friend, lauded American menswear hero Mr. Todd Snyder. And it’s just one of the favorites I’ve got on my shopping list this week. What about you? Let’s get into it in 3 … 2 … 1.
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
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
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
Naked & Famous Slim-Fit Black Selvedge Denim — $170
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
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
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
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
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
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
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.
If the weather is anything like it is in my neck of the woods, perhaps you’ve really started to get that fall feeling — a crisp breeze, changing leaves and perhaps … the desire to stow away your early fall gear in favor of men’s style essentials that are a little heftier and more rugged? Take the Taylor Stitch Fisherman Sweater, today’s featured pick and the lead entry in this edition of The List. There’s plenty more where that came from — read on below.
Taylor Stitch Fisherman Sweater in Natural Melange — $188
Your friends — heck, our friends — at Taylor Stitch have their hearts and minds set on making some of the best darn cold-weather gear out there. Exhibit A: The rugged, well-crafted Taylor Stitch Fisherman Sweater.
Triumph & Disaster On The Road Kit — $35.98
After all the rugged outdoor adventures you’ll have wearing the Taylor Stitch Fisherman Sweater, your face is going to need some R-and-R. The Triumph & Disaster On The Road Kit should be a fall travel essential.
Billy Reid Garment-Dyed Slim Jeans — $225
Japanese selvage denim, garment-dyed & then crafted into slim blue jeans by a lauded American designer? These are only going to get better with age this fall.
Howler Brothers Merlin Jacket — $195
Available in two cool colors, the Howler Brothers Merlin Jacket blends technical functionality with the kind of vintage style you might have seen on the trail decades ago. In short: It’s now the perfect fall jacket to wear with slim, faded jeans, suede chukka boots and a rugged henley.
Huckberry x Lum-Tec Combat B-52 Watch — $499
You need a watch for fall that works as hard as you do — the beastly, yet subtly stylish, Huckberry x Lum-Tec Combat B-52 is one such watch, assuredly.
Kamik Yukon C Boots — $110
Hey, winter’s going to get here eventually. You might as well buy these rugged outdoor boots now — your feet will thank you later.
Flint and Tinder Check Buttondown — $108
It’s easy to forget just how essential a simple-yet-crisp navy plaid buttondown shirt can be. The Flint and Tinder Check Buttondown features Japanese cotton, a clean fit and a great price.
Iron & Resin Union Work Pants — $155
When the going gets tough, the tough get going … and surely, they step into the Iron & Resin Union Work Pants, right?
SeaVees Mariners Boot in Pig Suede Desert — $158
Now, that’s going to close out today’s edition of The List — although I certainly hope you’ll keep coming back to it. What’s your favorite of the above men’s style essentials (besides the Taylor Stitch Fisherman Sweater, of course)? I seriously enjoy the excellent Howler Brothers Merlin Jacket. Feel free to let me know your thoughts on The Style Guide Facebook page — cheers!
Hey, not every guy goes full-on beard for the season, right? That’s where this handsome shaving kit comes into play from Fulton & Roark.
There comes a time in every guy’s life when he as to consider the gear he needs to get through a new season. Especially when there’s fall travel on the horizon, or fall weekend adventures, or just lazy days at home. What gear gets the job done in that regard? Perhaps your new favorite Chelsea boots — from Taylor Stitch, naturally. Or the durable, tough and seriously stylish Proof Strong Shirt (as seen above and below). We’ve got all of that on tap and more in today’s edition of The List. Cheers!
Ladies and gentlemen, gather around to shop the latest and greatest fall style essentials. At least when it comes to your editor at The Style Guide, planning for the season ahead never stops. Whether it’s picking up a rugged long-sleeve henley or simply stepping into a pair of classic dark denim, now is the time to get your gear locked down before it’s too late. Here to lead us off as we cruise through September? Your new favorite pair of everyday jeans. Good luck this fall, my friends.
Flint and Tinder Dark Indigo Jeans — $118
Here’s that pair of dark indigo denim we mentioned. It comes to you courtesy of Flint and Tinder — they’re perfect for wearing with a rugged flannel shirt and classic leather boots.
Abercrombie & Fitch One-Pocket Denim Shirt — $39
Now, what exactly are you wearing with your new pair of dark indigo denim? A richly crafted, seriously affordable denim shirt from the rugged style purveyors at Abercrombie & Fitch.
A rich indigo henley pairs perfectly with dark tan chinos and brown moc toe boots for all your fall weekend escapades — well-done, Faherty Brand.
Relwen Knit Jacquard Snap CPO — $269.98
Blundstone Super 550 Boots in Antique Brown Leather — $199.95
For all those fall weekend adventures — be it a brewery visit or a football tailgate — you’re going to need durable boots that can take a beating. The rich Antique Brown leather on these Blundstone boots is a perfect match.
Abercrombie & Fitch Deck Jacket — $140
While we’re on the crucial subject of fall style essentials and rugged layers from Abercrombie & Fitch (the brand that also makes your new favorite chinos!), let’s turn our attention toward the military heritage of the Deck Jacket. Perfect for wearing with a classic white T-shirt and yes, dark indigo denim. Bingo!
This might be the very best version of the much-loved Yosemite Shirt to date — at least, for yours truly. The Red Buffalo plaid fabric is beautiful, and should pair very nicely with dark indigo denim (like the pair above!).
American Giant Classic Crewneck — $94
I can’t get enough of American Giant — simple-yet-stylish, essential basics made the right way. The well-fitting, soft and easy-to-layer American Giant Classic Crewneck is a surefire fall favorite for me (and perhaps you, too!).
Foster & Rye Canvas Bar Tool Kit — $52
Fall is the perfect time to enjoy your favorite cocktail with dark spirits (I prefer an Old Fashioned if I can get one). Thus, the Foster & Rye Canvas Bar Tool Kit is the affordable set of bar tools to pick up now.
Mollusk Surf Shop Benetau Windbreaker — $90.98
This time of year is slightly tricky — not cold enough for a flannel-lined trucker, yet not warm enough for no layers. The Benetau Windbreaker provides protection from the elements and bridges gap.
What’s cooler than a classic Oxford shirt? What about one made with an innovative fabric, a la the CIVIC Merino Oxford. We’re talking tailored-yet-casual style, perfect for pairing with a heather grey shawl cardigan this fall.
Forsake Range High — $136.98
When it comes to functional fall footwear, it’s tough to top a pair of stylish sneaker-boots, especially these ones from Forsake. Easy to wear with classic dark denim and a grey crewneck sweater on the weekend.
Rustico Sidekick Leather Cord Wrap — $29.98
It’s the little details that continue to make the difference in matters of men’s style — thus, I’d recommend you add the Rustico Sidekick Leather Cord Wrap to your list of everyday carry essentials for fall.
Hopefully, this post served as a reminder to get your fall style essentials in order — every last one, from your dark indigo denim to essentials for your home bar. What’s your favorite pick from this list? For me, it’s gotta be the one-of-a-kind Taylor Stitch Yosemite Shirt. Thanks for reading, and enjoy the season!
Can you feel the weather starting to turn ever so slightly? If only by a few degrees? That’s where today’s fall style essentials are going to come in mighty handy, my friends. It’s perhaps the best season for menswear, as I always say, for a distinct reason. Think rich colors and textures, plus plenty of layering potential. Hence, the Jungmaven Baja Long-Sleeve Pocket Tee you see at the top of the page. It’s but one of the many transitional style essentials you’ll love wearing. Read on for more in this week’s edition of The List, and stop by The Style Guide Facebook page for plenty more.
Jungmaven Baja Long-Sleeve Pocket Tee — $49.98
We should all be thinking about essential fall layers, the type of casual long-sleeve shirt that you can wear on its own or beneath a shirt-jacket or your favorite chambray shirt. Thus, I give you the Jungmaven Baja Long-Sleeve Pocket Tee.
Looking for a stylish fall jacket that’ll function nicely no matter the weather? The North and Mark Bryant Jacket is potentially your new favorite jacket, wearable with fall style essentials like a crisp white Oxford shirt and tan chinos.
The Upton Trousers from Finisterre strike the right balance between rugged and versatile, perfect for plenty of fall adventures (think a farmer’s market trip followed by a park hike followed by beers — sounds good, right?).
That’s going to bring the curtain down on this week’s edition of The List — which of the above picks are going in your shopping cart? I’m all about the North and Mark Bryant Jacket, a perfectly versatile, casual fall jacket. Thanks for reading!