The Original Penguin collection for fall 2013 is the utter definition of boyish charm mixed with a preppy style. Driven by blending the tried and true with the new blend of hip, Ben Allen rocks the brand’s looks for fall charmingly. Clean cut gets a playful touch for menswear wardrobe staples.
A cool graphic tee or dressier shirt can casually be paired with stylish, slim cut Heather tailored pants and blazers in fall colors. Gingham continues from this summer’s trend and transitions for cooler weather as an accent jackets and blazers and floral print chambray tops are made richer by dark vintage merlot, maroon colored pants. The cold weather brings lots of knits and outerwear into play as with the traditional prep style wool knit jersey crew necks beautifully complimented by plaid grey Prince of Wales pants and matching blazer. Jersey crew necks give a sophisticated air to an outfit with khaki melange pants in cedar rose.
Adventurous outerwear can be so chic while protecting you from the weather in layers of plaid shirts under a military style jacket with ample pockets and a knit beanie. A great double breasted peacoat is layered over a teal colored gingham shirt and styled with Selvaged Heritage jeans for a perfect winter look. The Harrington jacket and mountain coats look fabulous over plaid shirts with jeans for a very masculine and fashionable ensemble that screams ‘well-dressed’. fdmLOVES ORIGINAL PENGUIN fall 2013 selects by Brigitte Segura, written by Natalie Barry.