As the last week of Summer is already gone, it’s now the time to get ready for Fall. And what’s the easiest way to get the season vibe? Right, it’s seasonal shopping. And if you still don’t have any idea of what kind of upgrade you might want to get for your wardrobe, it’s fine. From top to the bottom, Swagger top-5 picks has got you covered.
1. Harold Black Ribbed Zip Neck Jumper
Some may say that Fall is a time for sweater weather, but we say it’s a time for a jumper. The Harold funnel-neck versatile black jumper is a piece that will transcend seasons and can be worn with literally anything. Created with a contemporary lightweight yarn, zip neckline and ribbed weave, it is just a perfect layering essential for the Fall season.BUY NOW
2. Revtown USA Bunker Green denim jeans in The Sharp fit
This Revtown’s take on a slim-not-skinny cut jean, a totally must have for this Fall. Coming with a slim fit from the waist through the knee and a tapered cut from the knee through the ankle, this jeans are a perfect match for any outfit. Made with Italian denim with a touch of stretch for mobility and comfort, this garment-dyed earthy olive coloured jeans is the thing you will 100% need.BUY NOW
3. Polo Ralph Lauren Kaden Suede Chelsea Boots
The classic Chelsea Boots in Ralph Lauren edition has the updated silhouette just perfect for the season. Constructed from supple suede, they look just as great as they fit. Also, a great match for our next pick.BUY NOW
4. Todd Snyder Italian Dylan Suede Jacket In Rust
This signature Dylan jacket is given an upgrade in an array of new sunset colours, just perfect for the season. Made in Italy, this luxe layer combines classic styling and an elevated material, that creates a unique addition to any look.BUY NOW
5. Goorin Colonel Pierce Olive Hat
As the cherry on the top of your look, Goorin’s Colonel Pierce hat is great for any time of the year. The unfinished edge of the brim with stiffener applied will keep the shape just fine.BUY NOW
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Credits: Contributing Writer, Kateryna Horina