Fall Selects: Urban Outfitters

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As I’ve mentioned several times before, fall is the best season for fashion. It’s that of the year that you can start layering up with some dope textured fabrics, wear boots and leather jackets, and of course my personal favorite, you could start getting suited up without worrying about being a sweaty mess!

So as I continue to scour the internet in search of the best pieces for your fall wardrobe. I’ve decided to continue my “Fall Selects” series with a store that every one should be familiar with, Urban Outfitters. Ironically, I was a never a huge fan of urban outfitters or any fast-fashion brand for that matter, but they have blown me away with some of their new fall/winter pieces.

Needless to say, I will definitely be paying them a visit very soon. Fortunately, they always have a ton of online exclusives as well, so here are some of my fall selects from Urban Outfitters.

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UO Crepe Sole Chelsea Boot, $119

These boots could have easily been included in my “Fall Selects: Top 5 Boots Under $300” editorial, but like I said before, it was extremely hard to narrow down my list to just 5 boots. However, that was the fun part!

I love the silhouette of these Chelsea boots and since they have a crepe sole instead of a leather sole, I am sure they are even more comfortable to walk in. Maybe it’s because I’m getting older or something, but when it comes to footwear, comfort is a high priority of mine nowadays.

37776077_001_bStussy Satin Souvenir Jacket, $149

Satin souvenir jackets are definitely trending in a major way this season and even though I don’t consider my style as being “trendy”, I always appreciate a dope piece when I see one. If you’re on the west coast like me and you don’t have to worry about snow and freezing temperatures, this satin jacket can be a great option for this fall.

39742069_025_bSchott X UO Suede Cowhide Moto Jacket, $699

This piece is pretty pricey but it is definitely worth the investment. Schott is one of the original purveyors of leather jackets so they know a thing or two about quality leather goods. Although, I usually recommend that guys should find their fall leather’s at local thrift stores and consignment shops, I can guarantee that you would never find one as nice as this one.

38360566_091_bCPO Indigo Denim Long-Sleeve Popover Shirt, $39

I am a sucker for denim shirts! In fact, most (if not all) of my casual shirts are various shades of denim or just white button down collar shirts. However, since this one is a popover it changes everything!

39095609_032_bGoorin Bros. Mikey Driver Hat, $30

If you’re a long time reader of this blog, you already know that I used to wear the same driver hat almost every day! It’s actually been a while since I’ve worn mine so I think this would be the perfect upgrade.

39984372_031_bUO Shawl Cardigan, $69

A shawl cardigan like this one can shorten your morning routine by at least 3 minutes when it’s time to get dressed. Pair this with some dark denim jeans, a white button down collar shirt, and a pair of brown boots for just about any event that you might attend this season.

36369817_032_bCPO Stevens Band Collar Button-Down Shirt, $49

You already know that I love band collar shirts, especially one in my favorite color. This one in particular is great because it has those beautiful brown contrasting buttons that makes it even easier to wear with a pair of brown boots!

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UO Napoli Leather Moto Jacket, $299

Last but certainly not least, nothing screams fall more than a black leather biker jacket. Even though I know there are a lot of similar faux leather jackets out there for half the price, listen to my man DJ Khaled and…

Don’t ever play yourself!

That’s it for me so as always, thank you for reading and have a great weekend!

Yours truly,

Akil McLeod
The Dapper Advisor


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