Tag Archive: Fall

Easy Living: Trench Coat Casual

One of the questions I'm often asked is, "Do you get dressed up all the time?" The answer: no. Absolutely not. There are days when the last thing I want to think about is putting on a button-up, blazer, tie, and a pair of dress shoes. Particularly on the weekends, I just want to catch up on some sleep, roll out of bed, and head to my favorite coffee shop. It's on these days that I'll reach for the casual essentials.  VIEW MORE ▶︎

Money in the Bank: The Classic Navy Suit

There is no more timeless and versatile menswear piece than the classic navy suit. Just as there are nearly endless styling possibilities, there are also many directions you can go within the navy suit realm. Your choice of fabric has a huge impact on many things, including the the suit's level of formality as well as if you'll be able to part it out and wear each piece as a separate. Here are a few tips to help you decide what navy suit is right for you.  VIEW MORE ▶︎

Everyday Classic: Khaki Trench In-Between

In your day to day, what's the first coat you think to grab before heading out the door? Peacoat? Quilted jacket? Leather bomber? Wool topcoat? Something military-inspired? How about a khaki trench coat? Because of it's timeless style and the fact that it pairs so well with a suit, a khaki trench might not be the first coat that jumps to mind. But like all classic menswear pieces, it's got versatility built in. Add a classic touch to an everyday look with a lightweight khaki trench.  VIEW MORE ▶︎

Catch Fall Off Guard with Black and Gray

Quick check on the elements of fall style. Color. Sweaters. Layering. Scarves. Patterns. Outerwear. Boots. Do you need to incorporate these elements in order to have great fall style? Not necessarily. I'm on record saying that I find a lot of inspiration from women's fashion. And Bill Cunningham's most recent On the Street video got me thinking: why not catch fall off guard with an outfit of blacks and grays?  VIEW MORE ▶︎

Mixing Fall Fabrics: Denim, Tweed, and Flannel

Greetings from Albuquerque, everyone. It's hard to believe, but Rob and I have been on the road for an entire month. And today, I'm finally flying home for a brief second before heading to New York to shoot for an upcoming collaboration and then immediately on to Milan for some much needed R&R as well as a few meetings. One of the challenges of traveling so much is making sure we've got content in the can, which means we'll shoot as much as possible before long trips like the one we've been on. Today's look is one that we shot prior to leaving and mixes up a few of my favorite fall fabrics.  VIEW MORE ▶︎

Fall Business Casual: Cardigan as Blazer

If it was practical for me to wear a three-piece suit all the time, I would wear one every damn day. I spend a lot time talking about a three-piece suit's versatility, but let's talk a bit about the whole package. Timeless, classic, confident, masculine. A three-piece suit can look put together and nonchalant at the same time. The problem with wearing one on a daily basis is that, unless you're in a line of work where a three-piece suit is required, it can come off as much too formal for modern life. Dress down a three-piece suit by swapping the jacket for a chunky knit shawl collar cardigan.  VIEW MORE ▶︎

Double Down: Creative Sweater Layering

Greetings from Texas, everyone. Rob and I have been traveling for nearly a month now and we are looking forward to finally heading home at the end of this week. I know we're in the midst of fall, but it's been feeling a lot like winter, even down here in the south. It was 36 degrees a couple days ago when we were in San Antonio! Crazy weather, but at least the transition heading back east won't be quite as jarring. As it's started to cool down, it's time to start thinking about layering a little differently. Here's a creative approach to layering with multiple sweaters.  VIEW MORE ▶︎

All In: Going Further with Canali

Can you do it all? I've been thinking about this more and more recently as I've felt as though I've been hanging on by a thread while traveling the past few weeks. Writing a successful blog requires you to be much more than a "blogger." What is a blogger anyway? In my experience, you carry a laundry list of titles. I'm a businessman, a creative director, an author, an editor, a location scout, a stylist, a social media manager, an accountant. Having to manage all of these things, it's no wonder I feel stretched a little thin sometimes. Maybe it's time to start thinking about adding some additional support to the team!  VIEW MORE ▶︎