Shopping: Mix-and-Match Menswear


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(Clockwise from top) Engineered garments knit blazer, $492, Tabor 980-207- 4860; Dries Van Noten ribbon belt, $190, Tabor; save khaki poplin work shirt in blue, $140, Tabor; officine generale knit pocket tee, $115, Taylor Richards & Conger, 704-366-9092; massimo alba yak crewneck sweater, $475, Tabor; common projects court low in suede, $375, Tabor; valextra credit card holder, $240, Tabor; Phantasmagoria belt, $195, Taylor Richards Conger; martin dingman socks, $39.50, Taylor Richards & Conger; PT05 jeans, $350, Taylor Richards & Conger; Save khaki pima corduroy, $160, Tabor

JESSICA MILLIGAN

AS THE TEMPERATURE drops this autumn, layers make it easy for guys to transition from warm days to cool nights. Don’t be afraid to add textures such as suede, corduroy, and chunky knits to your look.


This article appears in the November 2016 issue of Charlotte Magazine

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