Pants are a must-have item this fall. This seasonal fashion trend has gotten extremely hot over the last few centuries and we don't see it cooling off anytime soon. Whether you dress them up or keep it casual, we highly recommend you wear pants!
Shirts are like pants for your upper body and they are all the rage when it comes to menswear this fall. Shirts pair extremely well with pants and will look good when worn indoors or out. Not only are shirts fashionable, but they also make up one half of the shirt and shoes requirement of some of the classier establishments you might like to enter.
They say that a woman judges a man by his shoes and if you aren't wearing shoes, they'll probably think you don't enjoy being judged. So, if you want to put your best foot forward, make sure there's a shoe on it. Go get a pair! A PAIR of SHOES!
Nothing is more quintessentially fall than a nice pair of socks, but this versatile item can be worn through fall, winter, and right into spring. Socks will go with almost anything in your wardrobe. One things for sure, if you are out on the town in a new pair of socks, you'll be turning heads!
If you require prescription corrective lenses to help you see at distance, drive, read, and generally function in day-to-day life, then get a pair and wear them with confidence, because eyesight is so in right now!
Originally called "Neck Pants", scarves have become a fashionable statement piece and that statement is, "My neck is cold". A scarf is also the only thing on earth that you can tie around your neck without causing immediate concern to your friends and family.
From snap-backs to sombreros, hats are rapidly gaining ground against the karate headband, the do-rag, and the upside-down visor. Don't mistake it for a helmet, a hat serves one purpose and one purpose only and that is to hide your awful hair or lack thereof. Consider adding one to your wardrobe today!
This unusual item has made its way straight from the runways to the streets with flawless ease, but just because you've seen celebs like Leonardo Dicaprio and John Hamm wearing coats, doesn't mean you should be intimidated by this tenuous trend.