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SIMPLE OUTERWEAR FROM THOM BROWNE FALL/WINTER 2014

Thom Browne recently dropped a fall-ready collection full of practical basics to get any guy through the cold months. From classic white button-ups to checked Oxfords in deep shades perfect for layering during in-between weather, Browne has provided solid and stylish wardrobe staples. Browne also created knitted mohair and wool cardigans in practical marled gray which can be paired with anything from a bright tee to a button-down shirt.

The statement piece is his down blazer which features puffy down-filled sleeves with all of the traditional markings of a sport coat. For outerwear, we see oversized notched lapel overcoats in gray, camel and navy with everything from gold button hardware to concealed fastenings and hidden pockets.

View the full assortment and stock up for winter with Thom Browne and ODIN.


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Men’s Autumn/Winter Trouser Alternatives
Article By Matt Allinson | @ollinson  
1. Moleskin Chinos
Underrated and underappreciated by the majority of men, these are arguably the ultimate winter trousers.
Moleskin is a heavy duty, durable cotton fabric that has been woven and then sheared soft and short on one side. Renowned for their durability and softness, ensuring comfort in colder climes, some moleskin trousers are woven so densely that they are essentially windproof, making them ideal for the depths of winter and brisk autumn mornings.
They traditionally come in a chino style in earthy tones such as olive, brown and beige – perfect for nailing this season’s military aesthetic – and can be paired with absolutely anything under the sun.
For instance, try combining a slim olive pair with a grey tweed jacket and tan brogues for a heritage-inspired look that oozes British charm. Alternatively, if you want something more contemporary, why not combine your brown moleskins with a dark green military overcoat for an on-trend and masculine everyday look?
Just think of them as more winter-appropriate chinos. Flannel plaid shirts, cord jackets, Oxford cloth button-downs, shawl neck cardigans, crew neck sweaters, military boots and penny loafers are just a few of the pieces that look great combined with moleskins.

2. Cargo Trousers
Not to be confused with cargo shorts, which are never OK. Cargo trousers have been making something of a comeback over the last couple of years, largely thanks to Michael Bastian and his collaborations with Gant.
But if you ask us, they’ve never really been gone. The trick is to make sure you pick a pair of cargos that are simple and streamlined – that includes everything from the cut to the size and number of pockets. One or two slim pockets around the thigh area is all you need, and remember to only use them to hold small items such as tickets or card holders. You want to avoid the bulging cargo pocket look at all times.
They’re now available at every price point and in every colour imaginable, but if you’re going to invest in just one pair then we would go for the classic olive version. Not only is this style as timeless as you’re going to get, but shades of military green just happen to be trending this year too. Win win.
Make sure to pair them with similar worker wear-inspired pieces such as heavy duty denim shirts, Henley tops, corduroy overshirts and aviator/bomber jackets. Red buffalo plaid also combines extremely well with the colour green and is currently experiencing a renaissance after being applied to everything from flannel shirts to quilted shackets on the AW14 runways.

3. Corduroys
No longer associated with geography teachers and university professors, corduroy is now sought-after by stylish gentleman the world over due to its durability, versatility and insulating qualities.
As mentioned in our essential autumn/winter fabrics guide, you should be looking for ‘needlecord’ or ‘pincord’ (16+ wale count) designs if you desire a smarter, more contemporary aesthetic, or standard/wider wale trousers for those that prioritise practicality and comfort.
Again, they come in a myriad of different hues, but why not use them as an opportunity to inject some colour into your outfit? Opt for a pair in rich autumnal shade such as burgundy, mustard or sunburnt orange and use them to breathe life into any of your current off-duty ensembles.
Just remember to keep the rest of your outfit neutral to help anchor the look and let the trousers do the talking. Team them with other casual pieces like chambray shirts, lambswool jumpers, denim jackets and deserts boots for the best effect.

4. Tweed Suit Trousers
Arguably the most versatile style of all, tweed trousers can be worn casually to the pub on a Saturday afternoon with a tee and shawl neck cardigan, or dressed up formally with a matching blazer and dress shirt for a business occasion during the week.
And thanks to the durable nature of the fabric, you could wear them every day during winter (trust us, they’re ridiculously comfortable) and they would only get better as they develop their own unique characteristics.
For maximum versatility, opt for a pair in navy or grey – then dress them down with other similarly rugged pieces like rugby tops, flannel shirts, sweatshirts, boots and even M65 flight jackets.

5. Checked/Tartan Trousers
While our previous picks have focused on the varieties of fabrics that can be used for alternative trouser options, why not consider something in a pattern this AW14?
Over the past couple years, checked tailoring has developed into a running autumn/winter trend, and we can’t see it falling out of favour anytime soon. Checks are a classic and masculine motif that all men are already comfortable sporting, whether in the form of a flannel shirt, tweed blazer or, now, a pair of trousers.
The great thing about checked tailoring being a ‘trend’ is that there are so many different fabrics, check sizes/types and colour palettes now on the market, meaning you can make as much or as little of a statement as you like.
For refined and timeless dressers, try a pair of grey/navy pure wool suit trousers in a classic Prince of Wales check. Offering a subtle differential that will set your professional looks apart from the rest of the workforce, they’re also extremely versatile – dress them up with a blazer, shirt and tie for the working week and combine with minimal trainers and a cable knit jumper at the weekend.
Alternatively, why not fully embrace the season with a rich and bold pair of trousers in Black Watch tartan or an autumnal check such as burgundy and navy? Ideal for winter nights out, when you want to make an impression and stand out from the crowd, team them with neutral wardrobe staples to really let them take centre stage.
Oxford shirts, knitted polos, leather bombers, roll necks, textured blazers and heritage knitwear all look superb with this style of legwear.

Men’s Autumn/Winter Trouser Alternatives

1. Moleskin Chinos

Underrated and underappreciated by the majority of men, these are arguably the ultimate winter trousers.

Moleskin is a heavy duty, durable cotton fabric that has been woven and then sheared soft and short on one side. Renowned for their durability and softness, ensuring comfort in colder climes, some moleskin trousers are woven so densely that they are essentially windproof, making them ideal for the depths of winter and brisk autumn mornings.

They traditionally come in a chino style in earthy tones such as olive, brown and beige – perfect for nailing this season’s military aesthetic – and can be paired with absolutely anything under the sun.

For instance, try combining a slim olive pair with a grey tweed jacket and tan brogues for a heritage-inspired look that oozes British charm. Alternatively, if you want something more contemporary, why not combine your brown moleskins with a dark green military overcoat for an on-trend and masculine everyday look?

Just think of them as more winter-appropriate chinos. Flannel plaid shirts, cord jackets, Oxford cloth button-downs, shawl neck cardigans, crew neck sweaters, military boots and penny loafers are just a few of the pieces that look great combined with moleskins.

Men's Moleskin Trousers Autumn/Winter Outfit Inspiration Lookbook

2. Cargo Trousers

Not to be confused with cargo shorts, which are never OK. Cargo trousers have been making something of a comeback over the last couple of years, largely thanks to Michael Bastian and his collaborations with Gant.

But if you ask us, they’ve never really been gone. The trick is to make sure you pick a pair of cargos that are simple and streamlined – that includes everything from the cut to the size and number of pockets. One or two slim pockets around the thigh area is all you need, and remember to only use them to hold small items such as tickets or card holders. You want to avoid the bulging cargo pocket look at all times.

They’re now available at every price point and in every colour imaginable, but if you’re going to invest in just one pair then we would go for the classic olive version. Not only is this style as timeless as you’re going to get, but shades of military green just happen to be trending this year too. Win win.

Make sure to pair them with similar worker wear-inspired pieces such as heavy duty denim shirts, Henley tops, corduroy overshirts and aviator/bomber jackets. Red buffalo plaid also combines extremely well with the colour green and is currently experiencing a renaissance after being applied to everything from flannel shirts to quilted shackets on the AW14 runways.

Men's Slim-cut Cargo Trousers Autumn/Winter Outfit Inspiration Lookbook

3. Corduroys

No longer associated with geography teachers and university professors, corduroy is now sought-after by stylish gentleman the world over due to its durability, versatility and insulating qualities.

As mentioned in our essential autumn/winter fabrics guide, you should be looking for ‘needlecord’ or ‘pincord’ (16+ wale count) designs if you desire a smarter, more contemporary aesthetic, or standard/wider wale trousers for those that prioritise practicality and comfort.

Again, they come in a myriad of different hues, but why not use them as an opportunity to inject some colour into your outfit? Opt for a pair in rich autumnal shade such as burgundy, mustard or sunburnt orange and use them to breathe life into any of your current off-duty ensembles.

Just remember to keep the rest of your outfit neutral to help anchor the look and let the trousers do the talking. Team them with other casual pieces like chambray shirts, lambswool jumpers, denim jackets and deserts boots for the best effect.

Men's Corduroy Trousers Autumn/Winter Outfit Inspiration Lookbook

4. Tweed Suit Trousers

Arguably the most versatile style of all, tweed trousers can be worn casually to the pub on a Saturday afternoon with a tee and shawl neck cardigan, or dressed up formally with a matching blazer and dress shirt for a business occasion during the week.

And thanks to the durable nature of the fabric, you could wear them every day during winter (trust us, they’re ridiculously comfortable) and they would only get better as they develop their own unique characteristics.

For maximum versatility, opt for a pair in navy or grey – then dress them down with other similarly rugged pieces like rugby tops, flannel shirts, sweatshirts, boots and even M65 flight jackets.

Men's Tweed Trousers Autumn/Winter Outfit Inspiration Lookbook

5. Checked/Tartan Trousers

While our previous picks have focused on the varieties of fabrics that can be used for alternative trouser options, why not consider something in a pattern this AW14?

Over the past couple years, checked tailoring has developed into a running autumn/winter trend, and we can’t see it falling out of favour anytime soon. Checks are a classic and masculine motif that all men are already comfortable sporting, whether in the form of a flannel shirt, tweed blazer or, now, a pair of trousers.

The great thing about checked tailoring being a ‘trend’ is that there are so many different fabrics, check sizes/types and colour palettes now on the market, meaning you can make as much or as little of a statement as you like.

For refined and timeless dressers, try a pair of grey/navy pure wool suit trousers in a classic Prince of Wales check. Offering a subtle differential that will set your professional looks apart from the rest of the workforce, they’re also extremely versatile – dress them up with a blazer, shirt and tie for the working week and combine with minimal trainers and a cable knit jumper at the weekend.

Alternatively, why not fully embrace the season with a rich and bold pair of trousers in Black Watch tartan or an autumnal check such as burgundy and navy? Ideal for winter nights out, when you want to make an impression and stand out from the crowd, team them with neutral wardrobe staples to really let them take centre stage.

Oxford shirts, knitted polos, leather bombers, roll necks, textured blazers and heritage knitwear all look superb with this style of legwear.

Men's Checked/Tartan Trousers Autumn/Winter Outfit Inspiration Lookbook


SEE THE FULL ALEXANDER WANG FOR H&M LOOKBOOK

As the much-anticipated Alexander Wang H&M collection edges closer to release we take a look at the final collection lookbook. Black and white sportswear cuts make up the majority of the line, from baseball shirts and basketball shorts to running tights and boxing glove accessories. Tone on tone ‘Wang’ logos cover neoprene sweatshirts and leather features heavily in pieces such as long length coats and backpacks. Quilted hoodies, barrel holdalls, a rather promising looking technical parka and a reflective puffa jacket, this is setting up to be one of H&Ms biggest selling collaboration lines. Available worldwide November 6.


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