The Classic Man: A Few Tips on Fall Fashion

The Classic Man: A Few Tips on Fall Fashion

Tom Teeter, News Editor

The fall season has begun, and that means a change of wardrobe. Fall means a new color palette to fit with the changing leaves and new clothes for the colder weather.

 

With the cold weather, the overall color in one’s wardrobe should change, breaking away from the bright, ecstatic colors of the summer, opt instead for an overall more conservative combination, featuring dark blue, or brown as main colors for variance, branching out with complimentary colors for accessories like all darker shades of blue, forest green, even a muted orange.

 

It’s also time to break out layering options, like lightweight sweaters with collared shirts, and slim sportcoats in darker coloring for semi-formal occasions. Plaid is the design for shirts most associated with fall, and add a warmer variety for a slightly more formal shirt. Also, one should not be afraid to rock a scarf paired with a favorite jacket of any weight, this adds an accent while staying warm.
Overall, try something new for the fall, it’s a time to bring out a new accent piece like a fancy hat or scarf, or look suave in a blazer paired with casual slacks or jeans and leather gloves.