While hanging out in our favorite city, John Phillips demonstrates the art of building a sharp wardrobe without busting your clothing budget. All photos by Lesa Ferencz.
One of the best options for fall style is the long sleeve Henley. It’s arguably the most versatile shirt you can own. It’s hard to make a Henley look bad, and it can be worn exactly the way you’d wear a t-shirt. They also look great under jackets and cardigan sweaters.
Goodfellow & Co. Henley: $15
Rings, especially wedding bands, tend to look on the formal side. If you’re looking to change it up for a lightweight durable option that you can dress way down, check out Qalo’s silicon rings. They’re great for those with active lifestyles, and their range of styles and colors will match any situation or outfit you have.
Qalo ring: $25
It’s not always cold in the fall so on those warmer days throw on a polo that has a little something different, like a zipper instead of buttons. If you need layers, add a jacket over the top, but never a t-shirt underneath the polo.
Uniqlo polo: $20
It’s time to rethink cargo pants, so long as they’re well-fitting and not too baggy. If you’re not ready for coats yet, a thin cable knit sweater will do the job for warmth and detail.
Uniqlo cotton cashmere sweater: $30
GoodFellow & Co. Cargo pants: $24.99
Cooler temperatures are coming but there’s no need to pack away your t-shirts yet. Wear a bomber jacket over your tee, and throw on your favorite hat for a cool and easy fall look.
H&M Bomber Jacket: $35
Uniqlo v-neck tee: $6
For more sartorial advice check out A Curated Style.