I don’t usually favor an earth tone, but I do like the rusty hue on this spiff chore jacket.
Button-front jeans with a retroish feel.
I dig the fleece details on this Barbour jacket.
A cute button-down that’d be aces layered over a long-sleeved tee or turtleneck.
This wide-wale shirt from L.L. Bean could double as a jacket.
These stretch jeans come in a ton of good colors and are pretty well-priced.
A nifty blazer from Alex Mill that has a very fashionably professorial vibe.
I own these pants (not in corduroy) and they are desperately comfortable and lounge-y, but also polished enough to wear out of the house.
This jacket is not left in many sizes, but I thought it was so perfect—in an old-school 70s cowboy kind of a way—that I included it anyway.
Corduroy sneakers are a cool idea, though I’d probably switch out the white laces for a darker pair.
These coveralls are slouchy in thew best way, but not sloppy-looking.
From Uniqlo: a very well-priced jean jacket in a nice, creamy hue.
I think this bucket hat is a fun alternative to a beanie.
These corduroy joggers look so luxe.
Here’s the jacket you want to wear in order to channel the cool scary girls who hung out in the high school parking lot before school, drinking Tab and smoking.
I like the ladylike touches on this top, and the slightly electric hue.
And finally: a bright puffer that makes dressing for cold weather just a little more exciting.