It doesn’t take much to update your wardrobe for the fall. With a couple of tweaks you are well on your way to being the best-dressed guy at your Thanksgiving event. Many of these pieces will cross over for the colder months where you will be doing a lot of shopping in the cold weather. Dressing for the season is very eye-catching. It is also just happens to be my favorite season to dress for. Let’s go over some fall trends this year to have you looking like a champ while you carve that turkey.

The Wool Tie:

Wool Tie
This is a Fall 2013 must have. I just purchased a new Brooks Brothers wool tie for the season. It’s time to ditch the silk tie. Wool is hotter than Kate Upton sitting on an active volcano.

Introducing Herringbone:

The herringbone revolution is coming in strong this fall. Scarfs, peacoats, and blazers alike are all rocking this design. So get on it.(Or put it on your Christmas list)

Double-Breasted Suits and Coats:

Double Breasted
Whether it’s a suit or a coat, you need to get this style into your wardrobe. I got a double-breasted peacoat over the weekend, and am really needing a double-breasted suit.

The Tweed Suit:Tweed Suit
You need this in your life. A tweed suit will make you stand out from the daily drab of dated suits all around you. If you don’t have the funds to get a full-blown suit, just go for the sport coat. Also, you will get major brownie points if it has elbow patches.

These will totally change your fall wardrobe game, and recommended to you by the one and only.
-Stay Fashionably Manly


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About jhulon16

I am a singer/songwriter, bodybuilder, student, snowboarder, and fashion enthusiast based in Provo, UT.




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