This season, add some texture with these classic menswear patterns and rugged autumnal fabrics to help you make a big impression.
Constructed from a woven twill design of small and large checks, it’s also known as a Prince of Wales check, as it was worn often by Prince of Wales Edward VIII. It’s a bold pattern, so keep the rest of your outfit simple.
Natural and sturdy, tweed is the lynchpin of your fall and winter wardrobe. What started out as all-weather hunting gear has become a rakish option for work or play. Pair it with dark denim, and a plaid shirt.
Taking his name from the window-like square plaid pattern, a windowpane jacket is a bold statement that’s still casual and has been seen on everyone from NBA players to classic movie stars. Balance it out with smaller patterns like pinstripes or dots.