Easing into your post-shorts, pre-parka wardrobe requires some layering know-how. Charlie Cox, star of Netflix’s Daredevil, swoops in with fall jackets and casual cool staples to start the season off in heroic style.
THROW IT BACK
COTTON SHIRT (PRICE UPON REQUEST) BY DIOR; COTTON PANTS $295) BY BOSS AND CALFSKIN BOOTS ($575) BY BOSS.[/caption]
Call it cliché if you have to, but it works: a trouser and tee combo is an undis- puted classic, complete with Marlon Brando edge. The keys to keeping it current are a grayscale palette and a badass pair of boots.
POLYESTER JACKET ($595), COTTON T-SHIRT ($295) BY BURBERRY.[/caption]
You know when it’s cold, but not that cold? That’s called shoulder season, and your go-to layering piece should be a lightweight nylon bomber.
SILK SUIT ($1,795); COTTON SHIRT ($325) BY BURBERRY AND CALFSKIN BOOTS ($575) BY BOSS.[/caption]
For an incredibly sleek look, ditch the belt and the tie, and stick with a monochromatic jacket and shirt.
WOOL COAT ($1,095) AND WOOL SWEATER ($215) BY BOSS.[/caption]
Our recipe for foolproof fall style: pull on a chunky knit and top with pea coat. Trust us.
COTTON TRENCH COAT ($2,300) BY BOTTEGA VENETA; AND WOOL SWEATER ($215) BY BOSS.[/caption]
When it comes to the trench coat, the pattern is usually exiled to the lining or under the collar — which is a shame considering how handsome it looks in a micro check like this.
COTTON SHIRT ($450) BY BOTTEGA VENETA; WOOL TROUSERS ($295) BY BOSS AND SUEDE BOOTS ($945) BY GUCCI.[/caption]
In-between footwear can be tricky, but desert boots are the happy medium between your summer kicks and the snow waders you’ll be rocking soon enough.
PHOTOGRAPHY: MATT DOYLE
ART DIRECTION: EVAN KAMINSKY
STYLING: RACHEL WIRKUS FOR THE WALL GROUP
STYLIST ASSISTANT: JESSICA HETTWER
GROOMING: LIZ OLIVIER