November's key outfits
4 layered-up November looks to wear this month
Words— Frank And Oak staff
Oh yes—it’s time for layers. So many layers. Look how good they are. Classic tartan flannel over chunky sweaters, cozy sherpa fleece with waffle knits, and extremely handsome overcoats. Unbelievable stuff. Here are four layered looks to get you noticed (and ready for the cold) — all with styled with our latest November arrivals.
The sherpa fleece. So soft, so cozy, so versatile. Wear it over your workout gear, wear it over tailoring, wear it with jeans, wear it with your best designer duds — wear it with everything and anything. It will work, trust us. Available in very fine zip-up style (above) or pullover hoodie.
Plaid on plaid
Double plaid? Triple layer? These aren't' the high-risk manoeuvres you might imagine. With a neutral flecked crewneck sweater at the base, pairing two colours of plaid off each other, not only gives you another layer to protect you from the cold but ups the style points as well. Pair black jeans with an equally inky toque up top and you're set.
Just add texture
Recycled wool topcoat coming soon!
Store your light cottons and chambrays away for now and arm yourself with garms that are a little more substantial in the texture department. We're talking flecked recycled-wool trousers, fleecy multi-fabric sweaters, plush Donegal shirting and toothy toques and socks — hefty wares that will have you looking crisp in the cool air. Work all or any of this into your office wardrobe and you're G2G (that's good to go).
Stay cool in a shawl
Sometimes in life, you can have too much of a good thing. This is certainly not the case with this look. One part tasteful shawl collar pullover sweater, one part finely cut blazer — put them together and these two standout pieces on their own, join forces to produce a head-turning look.
It's a layering development we highly suggest trying this fall. Combined with a trim pair of chinos and some sleek boots — it really couldn't get better.