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We’re all for the heavyweight fabrics and hardy details that mark fall and winter clothing, but we wouldn’t mind having them a touch… softer. So, we’re happy to greet a Drake’s raglan coat made from virgin wool, a soft wool-blend melton overcoat by Manresa and an unstructured take on the flecked tweed sport coat by Billy Reid. Elsewhere, this week sees a rather rustic cashmere sweater by Gabriela Hearst, Boy Scout-inspired baseball caps via Wythe and a fall-minded resupply of J. Mueser’s Neapolitan pearl snaps. Get in there.
Goodlife Stretch Cord Snap Shirt
Were Wes Anderson to make a Western, we’d imagine the wardrobe would consist of corduroy snap shirts like this stretchy iteration from Goodlife. For equal wear under black leather jackets or hairy tweeds.
Joshua Ellis Multi Double Faced Scarf
That this scarf is made from English-spun cashmere by the UK’s foremost purveyor of the fabric is reason enough to pick it up. But then there’s the added value of its double-faced make, which shows a black-and-grey glen plaid on one side and a grey-on-navy windowpane on the other.
Gabriela Hearst Lawrence Cashmere Sweater
We’re used to seeing fine-gauge, tightly spun cashmere sweaters, which makes this delightfully chunky version from Gabriela Hearst so refreshing. Its loose, substantial weave is matched by a louche and easy fit.
Wythe Chainstitched Canvas Diamond Hat
No merit badges are required to procure this cotton canvas hat by Wythe, which is marked by a chainstitched motif that brings the Boy Scouts of America to mind.
Billy Reid Archie Jacket
This Billy Reid sport coat is accented by a Donegal fleck, but it’s nothing like the coarse, bulky tweeds you’ll find on the rack at Goodwill. It’s instead cut from soft virgin wool and left unconstructed for a fit that’s more akin to a favorite cardigan.
J. Mueser Rust Neapolitan Pearl Snap Shirt
How do you acclimate a Western shirt to the fall season? If you’re J. Mueser, the answer is to render it in a supremely autumnal shade of rust, as it’s done with this Neapolitan-made pearl snap.
Lemaire Virgin-Wool Blended Coat
Outfitted with a side-button fastening, sweeping length and a belted closure, this Lemaire coat is something like a cross between a Prussian officer’s greatcoat and a bathrobe. Its virgin wool fabric provides an appreciably soft touch.
Tusting Clipper Black Miret
Briefcases can feel a little overkill in our dressed-down, WFH era, but a satchel feels just right. As it happens, Tusting’s Clipper model is one of the best-looking examples around, and benefits from the utility of a built-in laptop compartment and front flap pockets.
Moncler Acqua Rain Boots
Do these Moncler “rain boots” really count as boots? Debatable. What’s not up for discussion is their weather-resistant bonafides, buttressed by a waterproof EVA upper and an anti-slip rubber sole.
Brooks Brothers Brushed Cotton Moleskin Cargo Pants
We doubt that “moleskin cargo pants” were on your buy-list for fall. But they should be, now that Brooks Brothers has introduced this slim-fitting iteration with a touch of stretch and a vintage-inspired back buckle detail.
Manresa The Vallas Overcoat in Olive
Manresa’s created a plaid overcoat with the ease and comfort of a favorite hoodie, thanks to its wool-blend melton fabric and oversized, patch-flap pockets with side-entry utility. Toss it over selvedge jeans and work boots and consider accessorizing with a rake.
Turnbull & Asser White and Blue Stripe Cotton Re-Purpose Weekend Fit Finch Shirt
The nominally staid bespoke shirt maker has let its metaphorical hair down to produce its “Re-Purpose” line of shirts, which are stitched together from fabric scraps and recycled materials. Aside from the good karma, the process also results in interesting details like this striped shirt’s contrasting pocket.
Isabel Marant Gustave Tapestry Coat
Isabel Marant’s Gustave coat may have you looking like you’ve left the house in your favorite Persian rug, but will feel much lighter thanks to its cotton-viscose fabric. A faux-fur collar helps to clarify that this is indeed outerwear, and not home décor.
Mfpen Regular Jeans in Gray
These Mfpen jeans might be billed as “regular”—but are grey jeans ever average? Aside from their third way-hue, the Italian-made jeans are also marked by organic cotton and a back patch made from vintage cotton checked fabric.
Drake’s Navy Wool Raglan Coat
Soft virgin wool ensures that this raglan coat by Drake’s won’t be as stiff or scratchy as your typical balmacaan, and a slightly shorter length and contemporary fit makes it better disposed to modern wardrobes. To wit, you might toss it over cords and a Shetland, or wear it above a sweat suit and sneakers.