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Menswear Mondays: Back-to-School New Season, New Look

Hello Readers,

We would love to welcome our newest blogger JP to the team. We are so happy to finally have a passionate menswear blogger to give you guys some great advice from his point of view. So check out his first back-to-school post!

The advent of autumn calls for students to accommodate to the cooler climate. This is my favorite season, as the transition from summer’s hot and casual atmosphere to fall’s brisk and chill temperatures allows for a plethora of possible outfits. The theme for fall is to accessorize. Mix and match different articles to create a wide array of combinations and styles. With a few smart purchases, a flexible wardrobe, and a little bit of creativity, you can perfectly match the season of change.

1. Button Downs

Button downs are a necessity in any college student’s arsenal. Casual enough for business but not formal enough to look like a stick in the mud. They are the mark of being a sophisticated but fun young adult.

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2. Cardigans

I’ve found cardigans to be more useful for keeping you fashionable than warm. I would put them down as an accessory, as they are a supplement to an actual shirt.

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3. Scarves

While scarves are seen as feminine, they honestly do a better job of keeping you warm than the aforementioned cardigan. Wear one if you’re confident and got the styles to match.

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4. Light Jackets

The weather isn’t quite cold enough to warrant a jacket, but a light coat never hurt anyone. Of course, save your money for winter when the weather stops being any bit of reasonable.

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John Paul Chan




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