7 Rules of Autumn & Winter Style
YOUR SARTORIAL CHEAT SHEET
A brown suit is as vital as a cup of good, strong coffee in the morning. It gives you the superb opportunity to shine in a sea of blue and grey.BROWSE THE BROWN SUITS
Winter is not the time for silky, smooth Super 150s worsteds. Instead, go for fabrics with textured weaves, or with a fuzzy milled finish.BROWSE THE WINTER SUITS
Not only are plaid & windowpane patterns very much on-trend, they are also your best ally for fall & winter sartorial success.BROWSE THE CHECK SUITS
Go for an updated, modern version of this classic with a weight of 10.5 oz to 12 oz. - sufficient to protect you from the cold without making you too hot in the office.
Tweed has many weave & style variations, but any solid brown, solid grey or brown check fabric would be a strong foundation of your winter wardrobe.BROWSE THE TWEED SUITS
The man in a grey flannel suit is not scared of strong wind, cold rain or heavy snow. Comes in two flavours - the traditional, slightly heavier woolen variety or a lighter worsted fabric, combed for that fuzzy finish. BROWSE THE FLANNEL SUITS
Grey is the trendiest color of Autumn/Winter ‘15. If you are after GQ-cover-look in the coming months, go for grey.BROWSE THE GREY SUITS
7. Three Piece Suits
An extra layer of style, sophistication and fabric will keep you warm and dapper. Vests add so much versatility & options for your winter style that it’s time to add at least one to your wardrobe if you have not done so already.BROWSE THE 3 PIECE SUITS
Putting it all together
The ultimate in Autumn / Winter Look: Brown check tweed with strong texture in a three piece custom suit.