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Men’s Guide to Transeasonal Layering

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Layering is not so much a trend as a necessity in those months. As the temperature starts to fall, the times of easy dressing become obsolete and we start to coating our outfits to combat the multiple seasons which one-day can attract us. Every year this tendency creates an appearance on the runway and the streets so considering that this isn’t a new fad, you will probably have the fundamentals down pat. You start off with cotton principles, build it up with thicker bits and top it off with thick, frequently wind resistant coating. But if all of that sounds like a completely foreign idea, see our below guide to master the basics before you move on to the tendencies.

Textures

From the colder months you are inclined to stick with thicker fabrics, heavy stuff and leather, and why not combine all three? Wear an overcoat over your leather jacket or put on a velvet suit jacket under tweed. Provided that you compliment the colours in each piece you’ll make certain to create this new stand. It will add depth to your look and leave you with a polished a outfit that is defined.

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Camel

This year it is about camel. Work this neutral tone in your wardrobe with a coat, a leather coat, trousers, anything! It is hot off the runway as well as the streets of Pitti Uomo. It’s a versatile color that may easily be worn at a tonal color scheme or as a statement piece. Try to steer away from black because it’s about the earthy tones sprucing up with a pop of bright colour.

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Hats

Men, it is the right time. Channel that old world sophistication by sporting a fedora, panama, flat cap, or bowler. A hat is one of the end layers at the transeasonal styling and simple to forget but if you stick with it, then it is going to add a final touch of class to your outfit.

Mens Layering Autumn/Winter 2015

Scarves

Scarves are not a brand new addition to the transeasonal fad but this season they’re bigger and better. Forget small cotton or silk scarves you wish to be wearing chunky knits or blanket wraps. If you are not cold enough to wear something that thick you can still make a statement with a bright pattern or colour. Regardless if you decide on a short or long one, your scarf is no more only an accessory this season it’s its own layer.

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