With the days quickly getting shorter and temperatures dropping lower at night, it is inevitable that we have to start thinking about fall weather and transitioning into the colder season.
The end of summer and early fall weather could be quite tricky. Some days it could feel like the dog days of summer, and some nights feel like a brisk fall night. The key to navigating through this transition period is smart layering.
Here are some of my favorites layering options for pre-fall weather.
The Pullover Hoody
There is nothing more versatile than the pullover hoodie. You can wear it on it’s own when the temperatures are still mild or layer it with an oxford dress shirt when the temperature takes a quick dip. You can dress it down with sneakers or class is up with some loafers
I would recommend going for a classic grey or navy pullover as the classic colors will go with any pant or sneaker in your wardrobe.
Unconstructed Navy Blazer
I know I sound like a broken record with how many times I mention the unconstructed navy blazer; it’s really that good. A good unconstructed blazer can adapt to the weather. You just have to be smart with what you layer it with. Still feel like summer? Try a stripe t shirt with the sleeves of the blazer rolled up. Getting a bit chilly? Pair the blazer with a thin v-neck sweater. The layering options are endless due to its’ versatile fit and shape.
A wind breaker might seem like it’s only for track stars and athletics, but it’s actually one versatile piece you can wear casually. Not enough men experiment mixing traditional menswear pieces with new age athletic garments. Pairing a wind breaker with a oxford white dress shirt, knit tie, and some simple raw denim works as well as pairing the windbreaker with a conventional t-shirt.