Showing 28 posts tagged fall

A couple of my favorite shots from the Krammer & Stoudt F/W 2013 lookbook. Their Cooper Safari Jacket has such a great silhouette. The styling for the Dean Plaid Sportcoat is very well put together. 

I’ve been obsessing over coats & jackets since the weather has been cooling down. I finally get to experience a real fall instead of a 70 degree Texas fall.

Krammer & Stoudt will be featuring their S/S ‘14 collection next week at Men’s Fashion Week L.A. 

acollectedgentleman:

A Collected Style:


Legends of the Fall

Everyone’s favorite season is upon us. This legendary season seems to bring the best out of everyone, especially when it comes to style and fashion. The beauty of experimenting with layering and the dark and neutral colors we wear that becomes in-sync with nature. What do you look forward to wearing most this fall?

Outfit Details: Chambray Shirt, Consignment Store $3 (Similar) || Suspenders by H&M $12(Similar) ||  Slim Straight Olive Cargo Pants by Levi’s $50 || Hawthrone Boot, Leather Courtesy of L.L.Bean Signature 

Connect With Me On:Facebook  Twitter  Instagram  Pinterest  Youtube

Be Wise. Be Free. Be Great. Be Forgiving. Be Ambitious. Be YOU.

Definitely one of the best fall inspirational looks. Check out more looks by our good friend Isaiah! 

(via acollectedgentleman)

beyondfabric:

Sneak Preview - Beyond Fabric Portuguese Capes

Digging deep into its cultural heritage, Beyond Fabric presents a reinterpretation of the traditional century-old capes worn by shepherds in Southern Portugal. Maintaining all the traditional manufacturing techniques and authentic materials, such as the unique wool fabric Burel, this exclusive version delivers a unique design with more fitted silhouette.

Available in 4 colors with contrasting checked inner linings, this is truly an excepcional outerwear piece, made to withstand harsh weather conditions being both wind and waterproof.

Soon available online: for pre-orders contact me at info@beyondfabric.eu

Check out these amazing capes by our amazing friend Miguel over at Beyond Fabric