Simple Ways to Dress Better this Fall and Winter

dress better men 10Wanting to dress up better is hard especially when it’s extremely cold and you can’t think straight. Here are some simple ways on how to dress better this fall and winter.


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You can still wear bright tops this fall and winter but dial it down by keeping your outerwear neutral like tan, brown or gray to neutralize the impact of the bold tones. There’s no need to keep your favorite summer brights in your wardrobe forever.


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Wearing brights is a bit of an optimism – in a sea of gray, you’re having fun on a rain-lashed beach vacation.


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You can also choose military green, rust and mustard color for an outerwear for that on-trend touch of color that you can pair with your brights.


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We all know that fall isn’t all about the positives – crisp leaves, hot drinks, especially pumpkin spice lattes. Weatherproof your most valuable fall pieces like your outerwear or boots which needs some treatment. Invest in a waterproof spray that will make water roll off your expensive jackets.


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Like any smart man out there, an outerwear is one of your best investments. This is where your money talks. Purchasing a slightly expensive but high quality piece will last more than just one season.


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The most versatile option we can think of is a wool overcoat. Go for basic colors such as gray, camel or navy because these will easily go with your tailored suits, even sweatpants.


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Up your layer game by choosing fabrics wisely. You don’t just bundle yourself up in whatever fabrics you have around. It’s about choosing the right material that will make you comfortable.


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Your shoes should be made of easy-to-clean material. We all know that mud brushes off sleek leather and your suede boots will stain even in a light drizzle. Your best bet is leather – it will last longer and when paired with the waterproof advice we’ve mentioned above, you will definitely have a less thing to worry.