You couldn’t find three more conflicting patterns and textures within the same color tone like cotton polkadot, shiny nylon and fine corduroy, but pieced together, they help add dimension to a layered, fall look. I split the colors of this ensemble in half (literally) going top heavy with brown and oxblood, then brightened everything up with a light blue chino. I guess you can think of it as a borderline, rugged prep look for the in-between seasons. However, considering the recent thirty degree drop in temperature which has us northeasters all planning for a longer hibernation than usual, I’d suggest adding thick socks, a great scarf and rolling down the sleeves, all while not fearing color as you bundle up. What are your favorite fall brights?

Wearing: Corduroy Blazer, Puffer Vest, Shirt & Chinos by JACHS
M. Cohen Bracelets // Fiorentini + Baker Boots // Filson Bag

Photography by Michael Singer