Although rain is a pain, I’ve got to say I was eagerly awaiting for Fall to arrive in all its cold splendor. There’s something overly appealing about mixing garments with distinct textures and warm, earthy tones, not to mention the range of available accessories. For me, few other shades scream cold weather as well as burgundy and mustard; while the first has established its place as a classic, the latter is currently experiencing a much deserved hype moment. Not as sophisticated or regal as camel, mustard is an outstanding alternative that embodies the season’s spirit and allows for superb color schemes. Cold weather calls for cords, and this slim fitting model has been on heavy rotation lately, providing the perfect chance to sport two of my latest purchases, both in burgundy: the Buttero boots and Soeur Fedora.
Details: raw hem wool blazer by Rice, washed denim shirt by Hentsch Man, mustard cords by H&M, round toe leather boots by Buttero, wool fedora by Soeur, tortoise shades by Linda Farrow Luxe, wool/silk patterned scarf by Épice, vintage braided leather belt.
Model and Styling: Miguel Amaral Vieira
Autumn shades - Hunter green + Mustard. The rich, darker shades of green and chocolate suede perfectly balance the bold nature of the jeans.
Green oxford button down by Ralph Lauren, mustard slim fit jeans by Zara (tailored), “vintage” suede boat shoes by Buttero, belt by A.P.C., watch by Rolex (GMT Master II), bracelet by street vendor and canvas/leather messenger by Zara.