We are so often caught up with the life of the city that we often forget what lies outside. Whether it’s Maine or Colorado, there is an undeniable mystique that accompanies the great outdoors, and with any mystique there is style. Here’s our thoughts on that style…
Sure, it’s simple. No fancy accessories, but so effective. The leather trim vest by Ralph Lauren is brilliant as a layering piece when the weather dips down. Under it we love the Steven Alan jersey lined shirt for it’s rugged appeal while still having a damn comfortable feel. It keeps everything looking good while you’re chopping wood, clearing brush, wrangling cattle, or _______(insert outdoorsy activity here). RRL has been leading the way in classically outdoorsy apparel, and their jeans are the perfect choice when you’re looking for durable (and good looking) denim. The Billykirk button belt keeps with the well made rugged feel. Finally, throw on some good old Timberland Boots to complete the look. Few companies take the outdoors more seriously than Timberland, and these couterpane boots are made for work. So take some time when you’re done reading this to think about the grand mystique the great frontier has.
Ralph Lauren Falcon Vest, $345 at Bloomingdales
Steven Alan Jersey Lined Shirt, $225 at Steven Alan
Billykirk Belt, $150 at Billykirk
RRL Slim-Fit Jeans, $210 at RRL
Timberland Counterpane Boot, $195 at Yoox