Summer is great and all, but we’re SO HAPPY to finally wear our favorite fall looks and add a little diversity to our wardrobes! Layering is like a fashion magic trick that adds all these different dimensions to your outfit! This fall, we’re feeling basic neutrals, 70s staples and classic 50s rockabilly looks for men.
One of the trendiest and most accessible looks we’ve seen this fall is head-to-toe neutral tones. By mixing different textures and interesting neutrals, you can create fall looks that really stand out. If you’re into light layers, mix a caramel-colored button-up with your light brown grandpa cardigan for a classic Bellingham look. Whether you prefer deep browns and greens or camels and creams, there’s a way for everyone to wear neutrals!
Return of the 70s
The 70s are back in full force this fall, from faux fur coats that make for Woodstock vibes to classic color blocking in warm, bold colors. For fall looks that pack a punch, look for a statement jacket or a classic corduroy and shearling jacket that you’ll want to live in all season long! Vintage inspired shearling jackets continue to be staples of fashion-forward guys everywhere. For a little extra pizzazz, amp up your jacket even further with pins and patches.
Fall Looks with Leather
If you’re not feeling the 70s this fall, try a 1950s rockabilly look (think Johnny Depp in Cry-Baby). Leather jackets are a wardrobe must-have that we see each year, and this fall is no different. For a clean and classic take on this ensemble, pair your leather jacket with a comfy basic white tee and dark wash denim! This is an outfit that will never go out of style. Plus, a good leather jacket is a great piece to transition from day to night – simply dress it up with a button down.
If you’re looking to revamp your fall and winter wardrobe and pick up some great staples for the coming year, make sure to stop by your local Buffalo Exchange. We can help you find all the fall looks you need! And hey, don’t forget to bring along your closet cleanout – now’s the time to sell those fall and winter items you love but just aren’t wearing anymore.