Fall weather calls for lightweight cashmere sweater. When it’s sunny but cool, reach for a fine-gage sweater and don’t be afraid of a little pattern and color. There is a difference between a knit top and a sweater they are different departments of design. A knit top, or “cut & sew” garment, is typically thinner and made using cut patterns that are sewn together. Now is a good time to start introducing some color into your wardrobe, carry the summer into fall with the bright color. You don’t have to save the pastels for the summer and ease into fall with a feel of light, saturated hues.
A Sweater over a Shirt, but a band collar button-down gives you the same neckline with a little more swag, in my opinion.
Felt Pork pie Fedora Hat – Urban Outfitters
Cashmere Sweater – White + Warren
Check sleeve shirt – J. crew
Wool tie - J. crew
Pant – Pure wool, Washion Explain
Bag – Lucky brand blue jeans
Sock – H & M
Shoe – Walk Over
Having a patterned knit that can make an outfit cool on its own makes life easier. This outfit is comfortable (cotton/cashmere top, stretch cotton chinos and slip on rubber-bottoms) and takes about 2 minutes to put together.
A sweater, on the other hand, is usually thicker, warmer and knit together. This cardigan is jersey cotton, like a t-shirt, so it’s super comfortable and cool
An age-old trick: use the trousers to pick up one of the subtle tones in the sweater.
A loose-knit top in a non-sticky fabric (like acrylic, linen, hemp, etc) has an awesome drape and weight but the air moves right through it. This allows you to layer on a little texture without getting hot.
They’re your clothes, wear them as you see fit.
Its was a great experience shooting with Shola Bashorun and a cool person to work with. I hope you love the pictures.
Thanks for reading.
Photo By: Shola Bashorun of aqut.tumblr.com
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