Fall Fashion Must-Haves
Fall is one of the most creative seasons when it comes to fashion, thanks to great materials, colors and oh, the layering possibilities. Here are some of our style picks this season:
Boot weather means it’s time to get a new pair of kicks from Bed Stu. New this season, the Bed Stu Caffy Natural Dirty Veg Boot ($145) is ideal for urban treks and getaways to the country. It’s a sturdy addition to any man’s (or woman’s) wardrobe.
Sugarcube is carrying Bren, a new women’s knitwear line from Los Angeles. These cozy, reversible looks are a fun alternative to the usual cardigan sweaters thanks to a cape-like fit and funky patterns and shades, like the Storm Chaser.
Stay warm with the Narrows Hall Zip Sweater ($68) from Urban Outfitters. the geometric shape and creative zipper design pays tribute to the 80s in a sleek new way.
Metro Men’s on East Passyunk Avenue also has some fresh fall looks with Penguin cords, Fred Perry suede shoes, preppy button-downs and lightweight Ben Sherman sweaters.
You can’t go wrong with the new 1969 Straight Cords from The Gap ($60). These slender low-risers come in several new colors – like rust and green.
Keep it casual with J Crew’s lambswool Falkirk Fair Isle Sweater ($138) that’s as much at home on the ski trails in the Poconos as it is during happy hour at Knock. This version is updated from the old-school design with new fun colors.
Dress up your going-to-work duds with a Wax Leather Briefcase from Barbour. The olive-grey case features antique brass detailing and plenty of pockets for your favorite tech gadgets, books, magazines and, well, work stuff.
You can’t go wrong with a Broome Slim Fit Blazer ($498) from Jack Wills. Made with luxe jacquard velvet, the sleeves are lined with pink and navy stripes and will give any look a great twist – whether you’re wearing jeans or dress pants.
Wrap up with a scarf from H&M. The one we like is dark beige with green and burgundy houndstooth and a bit of fringe. It’s lightweight and a perfect addition to jacket weather – whether you’re off to brunch at Green Eggs or a cruise to the park.