Men’s Fall Fashion


It is that time of the year – when it is still pretty warm in most parts of the country, but all of the stores are now starting to stock their fall menswear clothing items.   As such, it is time for most men to start thinking about what they will be wearing in the next few months as the weather starts changing and it starts to get a little cooler outside.  Here are some ideas for men’s fall fashion, and how you can do it without breaking the bank.

The Sweater

The sweater needs to be a key piece of any man’s fall wardrobe.  Sweaters are great because they look great on most men, and they are useful for keeping the cold of the morning and evening away.  Furthermore, if it warms up too much in the middle of the day, you can always roll up the sleeves and go from there.  This stylish look makes a sweater a practical choice.

Layering For All Day

Another thing to keep in mind is layering throughout the day.  In the fall, it is usually very chilly in the morning, and tends to warm up quite a bit by lunchtime.  Then, it can be brisk once again when the sun goes down at night.  If you’re planning to be out all day, make sure your clothes include layers so that you can dress appropriate at all stages of the day.

A good rule of thumb is a basic coat, which you can take off indoors, and wear outdoors.  This can help keep you warm during your commute, but you can hang it up in the office during the day, and also in any restaurants or bars if you go out after work.


Finally, don’t forget to consider getting some fall and winter accessories now, before you need them.  Depending on where you live, and how cold it gets, this could include a scarf, mittens or gloves, and possibly a hat or other head cover.  Also, don’t forget to check the condition of your umbrella, and make sure that it still functions before the first rain of the season.  There is nothing worse than going to use an umbrella only to find out that it doesn’t open.

The bottom line is you need to think about your wardrobe now before you need to wear it in another month or two.