1. Suit according to individual measurements
Without the perfect suit, you can't dream of a serious career. Ordering a two or three using the made-to-measure technology, taking into account the peculiarities of the figure of a particular client, is a matter of honor for any banker or lawyer. At Giorgio Armani, for example, now the client will be offered a structured version of a jacket with an emphasized but not stiff shoulder and trousers with one tuft. The choice of fabrics from vicuna and wool to silk and blended materials allows you to sew a suit with or without lining for any season. Lapels and buttonholes on the cuffs are handcrafted, and the owner's initials can be embroidered inside the jacket.
2. Universal coat
This season, the trapezoidal and oversized silhouette coats have faded into the background. If you still don't have a classic fitted coat in your wardrobe, it's time to get one. Try to move away from the usual blacks, grays and navy blue in favor of, for example, muted eggplant. Combining it with other colors is no more difficult than a coat of a much more traditional range.
3. Fashionable down jacket
Puffy quilted coats and jackets are a distinctive trend this fall and winter. But until the frosts hit, why not replenish your wardrobe with a light cashmere jacket or short coat.
An essential accessory for any businessman, a briefcase has changed somewhat today, becoming softer and lighter, but still speaks as much about its owner as shoes. For example, the owner of the portfolio of the classic model of the Italian brand Bottega Veneta, we can say with confidence that he has good taste and does not fall into unnecessary conservatism.
Ermenegildo Zegna coat; Bottega Veneta portfolio; Down jacket Moncler Gamme Bleu © press service of the Ermenegildo Zegna; Bottega Veneta; Moncler Gamme Bleu
5. Informal blazer
Military style elements are still clearly visible in men's collections, although not as aggressively as in summer. This blazer, devoid of a rigid structure, despite the camouflage pattern, looks more like a comfortable cardigan.
6. Cardigan with a zipper
In the wake of athleisure, the long-sleeve pullover or polo shirt has been replaced by a zip-up sweatshirt that can be worn not only with jeans every day, but also as a cardigan under a jacket to the office during casual Friday.
7. Biker jacket
The leather biker jacket has long been a classic in men's wardrobe. At the same time, completely new leather jackets are valued no less than those made of worn leather, which will give the whole look the casual look of a real rocker.
Emporio Armani blazer; Burberry cardigan; Biker jacket Pal Zileri © Emporio Armani Press Service; Burberry; Pal zileri
8. Sweatshirt with patches
Another notable trend, partly related to the military style, is decorating jackets, blazers, sweatshirts and accessories such as bags and backpacks with various kinds of patches. Some resemble the decals of military personnel, while others resemble airline baggage stickers half a century ago.
1 | Maison Kitsuné; 2 | Roberto Cavalli; 3 | Raf Simons © Maison Kitsune Press Office; Roberto Cavalli; Raf Simons
9. New glasses
The purchase of good sunglasses is not at all dependent on the season: they are no longer so much a necessity as an integral part of the look. Bestseller Carrera - the Champion model - time-tested. She will turn ten next year.
Carrera glasses © Carrera press service
10. Solid shoes
High low shoes made of nubuck, suede or leather on a tractor or just a thick rubber sole will be indispensable in the days of autumn thaw. Sleeker models are perfect for everyday office use, while a pair of military shoes with a light accent will be perfect for long weekends in the countryside. To help your shoes last longer, remember to regularly clean up and apply a water-repellent spray.
1 | Lloyd boots; 2 | Baldinini boots; 3 | Geox boots; 4 | Lanvin Boots