Who said plaid can’t be voluminous? A dramatic collar and some serious pockets — perfect for storing your pipe and tobacco — aid a bright, belted coat.
No one said you have to be cohesive. Embrace inconsistency with a black, white, and gray blouse. Available for preorder at firstname.lastname@example.org, $220.
Long, thick skirts are perfection. They keep your gams toasty and they always look great with a black top. We like Browne’s red, cream, and navy palette.
Recall ’50s femininity with a flirty, pastel, plaid skirt. Scamper about accordingly.
Available at bonadrag.com, $210.
You won’t feel harried gallivanting around town in a sassy mohair number. Just be wary of unwanted petting (perhaps by carrying a concealed weapon in the large pocket — with a permit, of course).
Available at surfacetoair.com, $504.
Give ’em something to talk about. Bold orange stripes, an untucked shirt, and a deep V-neck varsity sweater somehow unite in this eclectic, mix-and-match ensemble.
Go for bold with a big pattern and an asymmetrical hemline.
Available at matchesfashion.com, $270.
We’re seeing visions of Al Capone in his glory days — and they look too good to be legal. A large, soft collar accents the muted, gray pattern; big black buttons tie it all together.
All the better to shade you with, retro shades are cool as a cucumber.
Available at ralphlauren.com, $250.
Milk and cookies, peanut butter and jelly, fall and plaid. Some things just fit together. Take note of the midthigh length, dark tones, and solid sleeves.
Excuse us; did you say your name was Laura Ingalls? Create your very own little house on the prairie with a winsome cotton-and-silk-blend dress. Then go milk the cows. Available at llbean.com, $169.