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Classic Peacoat


Outerwear is the foundation of your winter look, so invest in a great fitting piece that will keep you warm all season. We’re digging this classically styled peacoat for its trim fit and rich navy color - which pairs fantastically with this season’s neutrals. Plus, we haven’t forgotten about Black Friday. Score an extra 25% off with code TURKEY (bringing the price of this coat down to $191.25) through 11/28/2010.

$255  at J Crew.

5 comments November 26th, 2010

Jeffrey Campbell Brit Boot


How do you roughen up the trad preppy look that has dominated menswear for the last few seasons? Add an element with some edge - like these decadently buckled boots. Also available in brown.

$332  at Oak.

Add comment November 17th, 2010

Cykel Boot by Tretorn


Even if you’ve already picked up your army boots for Fall, you’ll still want to take a look at these hardcore high top sneakers. Ruggedly outdoorsy, they’re still sleek enough for an urban lifestyle.

$120  at Need Supply.

1 comment November 2nd, 2010

J Crew Fine Lambswool Marled Crewneck Sweater


There’s something that we love about marled sweaters - they’re fantastically textured and weighty in style, making them an attractive counterpart to both trouser pants and jeans. Pair this marled lambswool sweater with jeans and desert boots for a wonderfully textured look that’s equal parts urban and rugged.

$64.50  at J Crew.

Add comment October 27th, 2010

H by Hudson Black Yorke Combat Boot


Boot up for the season with these deliciously militant combat boots. We’re digging how the strap detailing brilliantly echoes the lacing on the shoe.

$318  at Oak NYC.

2 comments October 20th, 2010

Insight Island Empire Military Jacket


Gear up to take on Fall with a military-inspired rugged wool jacket. We’re digging the epaulets on the shoulders - and the button detailing on the collar.

$105  at Need Supply.

1 comment October 5th, 2010

What to Wear September 2010, Menswear Edition


In this fine month of September (though in all fairness, we’re a hair away from October), we doubled down on key pieces for Fall - particularly in outerwear.  We found the perfect layering parka, the All-American bomber jacket, the military inspired but not militant field jacket. Filling out the rest of your Fall wardrobe, we have a fair isle cardigan (perfect for layering over your chambray shirts), a beautiful brown pair of cords, and the key boot for fall - the brogue boot.  Here’s what you need to add to your wardrobe this month and beyond:

1. Fall Cord Martin Pants | $168 at Steven Alan

2. Levi’s College Bomber Jacket | $202.20 at ASOS

3. Salt Valley Chambray Roll Up Shirt | $48 at Urban Outfitters

4. Fine Lambswool Fair Isle Cardigan | $88 at J Crew

5. British Millerain Oilcloth Field Jacket | $198 at J Crew

6. Kai-Aakmann Black Lined Hooded Parka | $428 at Oak

7. Leather Brogue Boot | $109.53 at ASOS

What will you be wearing this month? 
Share your style with us in the comments!

3 comments September 29th, 2010

APC Caban Maille Navy Knit Peacoat


Okay, so it’s not inexpensive, but this knit peacoat is a casual take on a cool weather classic. And classics are worth the investment. We adore the contrast ribbed knit detailing at the shawl collar - just the kind of detail you’d expect from Parisian based APC.

$515  at Need Supply.

Add comment September 21st, 2010

Herschel Supply Company Pop Quiz Backpack


The passing of Labor Day marks the end of the summer festivities, new beginnings for school, and a fresh start to a new quarter in the workplace. But you don’t have to be in school to get into the fresh back-to-school spirit. The Herschel Supply Company brings us a crisp, clean take on the classic school backpack and updates it with the details that matter - custom fabric lining, an internal computer sleeve, and a fleece-lined sunglasses pocket.

$65  at Need Supply.

Add comment September 8th, 2010

Bed Stu Artillery Boot


With Fall 2010’s strong military influence, rugged looking boots are perfectly on point for the season. We’re eyeing Bed Stu’s version of the hardcore boot - especially thanks to the foldover leather tongue.

$125  at Urban Outfitters.

3 comments September 2nd, 2010

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