This actually came out a week or two ago, and I missed it because I was doing something impractical, like giving birth or something.
Anyhoo, I’d heard a lot of buzz about the collection, and decided to take a look for myself.
All right, I am seriously digging the Sgt. Pepper jacket. I don’t know that I would actually buy it, but I am digging it nonetheless.
Not so enthralled with the leopard-screened sweater dress.
The color palette you see in these photos is pretty indicative of the entire collection. Soft, soft, colors and soft, soft fabrics, including cashmere.
All in all, there are very reasonably priced articles of clothing that I would certainly purchase for myself, and some great showstoppers, such as the Sgt. Pepper jacket and a fabulous trench coat that many adults would spring for if it came in their size.
Oh yes, it’s our favorite young dandy, Arlo Weiner! He’s back at GQ with some super fantastic fall fashion advice.
Let’s take a peek at his latest sartorial offerings:
I love the color coordination on this outfit.
Mad Hatter meets mod.
All aboard the fashion train!
Would you care for a virgin cocktail?
Boden Fleece Lined Anorak A great everyday jacket.
Boden Padded Jacket Cozy and comfy with a removable hood.
Old Navy Boys 3-in-1 Color-Blocked Coats This can be worn three ways for the ultimate in versatility.
GapKids: Hoodie barn jacket Has a built in hoodie for the layered look without the bulk.
GapKids: Warmest jacket Available only online, this will keep him warm on even the chilliest days.
Joseph Abboud ‘Junior Wallace’ Wool Coat A great-looking long wool coat.
The North Face Kids – Recycled Denali Jacketl One of the most popular cold-weather jackets, and it’s on sale!
The North Face Kids – Denali Hoodie The hoodie version of the jacket above, also on sale!
Quiksilver Kids – Crosstown Fleece A classic lined hoodie keeps up with fashion trends.
Patagonia Kids – Synchilla Marsupial Some of the warmest fleece around!