The problem with a heavy winter coat is that it consumes 3/4 of the body. So rather than presenting a thoughtfully put-together, visually interesting outfit, you’re showing the world one giant (usually ugly and boring) parka.
Forget that same big-ass North Face every day and get creative with layering pieces that represent your point-of-view on style. The added bonus is, with temperatures changing so quickly throughout the day, you can add or remove items as need be.
Here, after killing it with his tailored post Tattooed & Timeless, Grayson Knight shows us how he layers up some gorgeous duds on the weekend.
1. Properly Invested
Black calfskin vest with off-white shearling collar?! That’s some real sh-t.
“The khaki cotton jacket is a great layering piece too – it’s sort of the upper body equivalent of everyman’s go-to chinos.”
“Here I have a wool shirt/jacket layered over an indigo workshirt… and a multicolored loop scarf by Billy Reid.”
“The shoes and the bag are tobacco colored pigskin – an intense pop of color that is all natural and breaks in beautifully.”
- Tortoiseshell sunglasses by Ray Ban
- Black calfskin leather vest by Billy Reid
- Tan jacket by Billy Reid
- Wool herringbone shacket by Bill Reid
- Indigo cotton work shirt by Billy Reid
- Multicolored loop scarf by Billy Reid
- 100% american selvage jeans by Billy Reid
- Brown leather boots by Billy Reid
- Tobacco leather briefcase by Billy Reid