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Top fall trends for men

rag & bone

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It’s time to swap shorts for pants and cotton tees for woolly sweaters. Yes, fall is here. Here’s what every guy should add to (or be thankful he already has in) his closet this season.

Military-inspired
Military-inspired pieces (rag & bone, shown above) are invading the fashion world. Jackets, overcoats, boots, pants and accessories get a utilitarian edge for fall. The best part? Most pieces are supposed to look worn-in, so it doesn’t matter if you beat up your purchases a bit.
Also check out pieces by Band of Outsiders, Gap, Burberry Prorsum

Chunky knits
There’s nothing better, fashion-wise, than wearing a big chunky cotton or wool sweater on a cool day. Balance the larger silhouette on top with skinnier-fitting jeans or trousers.
Check out sweaters by John Varvatos, Yigal Azrouel, Marc by Marc Jacobs

Modern three-piece suit
The classic three-piece suit gets a modern makeover with designers going for slimmer, quirky styles — Michael Bastian’s corduroy suit is one of our favorites. Bonus: The jacket, pants and vest can be worn separately and dressed up or down.
Also check out suits by Simon Spurr, Oliver Spencer, John Varvatos

Toggles
Though always classic, peacoats and down coats can get tiresome as outerwear staples. This season, go for the equally classic but often forgotten toggle. 
Check out coats by Topshop, 3.1 phillip lim, Gucci

Orange
With so much menswear skewing toward neutrals, shades of orange — from bright to burnt — are a welcome way to add a pop of color to a fall wardrobe.
Check out pieces by Elie Tahari, Fred Perry, Banana Republic

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