Fall 2017: A casual night out with friends


  • Climate: 65-90 degrees (F), No Precipitation
  • Dress Code: Casual-Smart Casual
  • Color Theory: Blue/Brown
  • Price Range: $246-$459 (excluding accessories)

On Top

Buck Mason Crew Neck T: The most casual and inexpensive top that feels great and lays nicely on most body types. $28 *

Topman Art Deco Button Down: A bold choice for a bold man looking to make a statement among his friends. $55 *

Jack Wills Knutsford Crew Neck Sweater: Funny name? Yes. Great look and feel for a Autumn afternoon out? Also Yes. $109 *

On Bottom

Bonobos Summer-weight Stretch Chinos: If you run hot, and don't see any relief in temperatures in sight, these are for you. $68 *

Scotch & Soda Mott Stretch Chinos: For the wild one in all of us. These chinos will definitely cause some wondering eyes when you walk into the room. $125 *

Everlane Heavyweight Slim Chinos: These aren't your Dad's Khakis, they are slim cut and will gently hug your legs with a warm embrace you'll need as the temperatures drop. $68 *

On the Feet

Taft 'The Jack' Boot: One of our favorite pieces of footwear we've come across, period. Well worth the price. $225 *

Cole Hann Kelson Penny Driver: The most casual of the shoes here. They are super comfortable but still have a formal spirit that makes you look like you know what you're doing. $150 *

Johnston & Murphy Hollis Chukkas: A smart-casual standard. These can be dressed up or down, just just don't wear them with shorts. $190 *


Fossil Aiden Belt: The basic brown belt for any guy looking to keep his pants up without spending a fortune. $35 *

Grayers Wool-Linen Scarf: The perfect Fall scarf that keeps you warm but won't make you sweat. $75

Warby Parker Ames Sunglasses: The sunglasses that can make you look cool regardless of what you're wearing. $145 *

Allen Edmonds Striped Socks: A simple yet impactful design that will add the small details that make you look like you've got it together. $14 *