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The Fall Trends You Need To Know

 

 

As the rules of menswear have become less rigid, we’re able to indulge and freely explore the clothes that we wear everyday – adjusting what we wear to where we are and who we will meet.  Whether you’re looking for an enduring suit to wear from day-to-night, an off-duty look for weekend errands, a swacket for work or simply an essential layering piece for transitional weather, ‘fashion’ today is about comfort. Consider your own needs and feel free to ask questions about how you can continue making statements with your wardrobe choices in these changing times.

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Varsity Vibes

 

A nod to vintage designs, preppy dressing gets a modern update this fall with ivy-league details.. Polo Ralph Lauren remixes their staple shawl cardigan with a quirky patchwork effect to embody that varsity vibe; it’s re-imagined as an amalgamation of many iconic rugby shirts of the past, complete with cutoff stripes, incomplete prints, and a variety of collegiate slogans. Put it on over dark denim and your comfiest t-shirt to put a twist on your weekend look. This trend proves you’re never too old for back-to-school style.

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Easy Tailoring

 

For the modern businessman, nothing beats easy tailoring that can transition from weekday to weekend in style. As is evident in the evolution of tailored clothing, freedom-of-movement and comfort have become just as essential as outstanding craftsmanship. This Kei two-piece from Canali is exceptionally well-received time and time again by our customers; its natural shoulders and sharp silhouette remain a favourite for men of all ages, shapes and sizes. This season, you’ll love our selection of effortless tailoring from Canali, Munro, Z Zegna, Samuelsohn and more.

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Corduroy

 

For occasions where a casual look is well-suited, these Ermenegildo Zegna cords are a foolproof option; they are sumptuously soft, comfortable and look polished enough for transitioning from the office to after-hours events. Yes, it is perfectly acceptable to wear white after Labour Day. And, this 70s-inspired trend looks especially handsome paired with classic pieces such as a tailored sports jacket, crew neck t-shirt or lightweight knit.

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Hookups & Tracksuits

 

Truly a versatile investment, comfortable separates (a sweatshirt and joggers) are making a major comeback for the fall season. They can seamlessly be worn “hooked-up” together or make just as sleek of a statement split apart. Although best teamed with fashionable sneakers, these refined tracksuits are not made for breaking a sweat. Run errands, not laps, in this Heather grey style from Emporio Armani — the ultimate nod to classic streetwear.

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A Timeless Overcoat

 

This Harris Wharf overcoat is certainly smart enough to wear over a suit en route to the office, yet looks just as sophisticated layered over a pared-down weekend outfit. That’s the beauty of a timeless overcoat — it’s an investment for the season but will remain a staple part of your wardrobe for years to come.

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Pops of Colour

 

The future — or at least this season’s menswear — looks bright. From pants to knits and outerwear, reds, yellows and oranges as vibrant as autumn leaves are sure to find a place in your wardrobe. Contrasting the typical neutral vibe of the season, Brunello Cucinelli emboldens their collection with a subdued berry hue that’s as tasteful as it is lively. Add a pop of colour to your outfit for an eye-catching statement that’s impossible to miss.

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The Overt Sneaker

 

Get ready to take the next step in footwear trends with the overt sneaker this season. We suggest pairing the statement-making shoes with elevated athleisure to keep this look as refined as possible. There’s no escaping the attractive, retro-inspired style, so run with it. From Maison Margiela (pictured above) to Prada and Salvatore Ferragamo, our designers are readily embracing the overt sneaker in all its reimagined glory – and you should too.

 

 

 

 

 

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