Transitioning Summer Pieces into Fall

Transitioning Summer Pieces into Fall

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Prime Time
for Polos
As summer draws to a close,
it doesn’t mean saying
goodbye to your warm
weather clothes. There is
still plenty of time to throw
on your goto bright summer
polo and bold print short
sleeved shirts. Since the
temperatures will start to
cool down, fall makes the
perfect opportunity to pair a
denim or bomber jacket with
your summertime staples.
Sweater weather can wait.
Polo Ralph Lauren Shirt,
mrporter.com, $90
Geometric Print Short Sleeve Shirt,
topman.com, $55

Denim
Days
Ahead
News flash: jeans are
100% acceptable at any
time during the year. This
includes all of your light
wash and distressed
denim. Keep those cool
toned and heavily ripped
jeans at the front of your
closet. This fall, combine
them with a structured
worker or chukka boot for
a rugged and masculine
outfit. Complete your
look by adding one of my
wardrobe staples, your
favorite flannel.
AEO Slim Jean, ae.com, $59.95

Wristwatch
Wisdom
Keep an eye on that arm candy! The
summer months are usually when men
opt for a cool, laid back watch – think
a leather or a canvas material for your
watch band. If your default summer
timepiece is a cognac colored leather
strap, you can definitely still wear
it. Interspersed among a darker fall
palette, it’ll add an attention grabbing
pop of color and create a touch of
interest as a statement piece.
Fairfield Chronograph Watch, timex.com, $99

Neutral
Sneaker
Styling
No need to give your sneakers
the boot just yet. White
sneakers are a top notch
choice to combine with the
dark shades of denim for fall.
Gray and beige casual footwear
are an excellent option
to pair with a blazer for a
polished yet casual look.
Elevate a comfortable button
up shirt by stepping out in a
pair of light pink sneakers.
Sadly, your
sandals may have to step
aside.
Pink Sneakers, zara.com, $49.99

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