9 Ways to Not Look Like a Slob This Fall

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Photograph by Levi Brown

There are a lot of ways to go wrong wearing green — neon, lime, St. Patrick's Day. But the truth is, the color is almost as versatile as basic black. The one steadfast rule: Stick with a version close to what you'd find in nature, such as olive or hunter (no Day-Glo, thank you). In fact, all those guys in navy, black, and gray will become, uh, filled with envy.

John Varvatos Down-Fill Jacket
The camo pattern on this water-resistant nylon coat blends in with the urban jungle. [$898; johnvarvatos.com]

Tommy Hilfiger Roll-Neck Sweater
A textured weave adds depth and dimension to an essential fall layer. [$250; usa.tommy.com]

Rag & Bone Giles Crew Sweater
Contrasting details at the collar and sleeves separate this looser-weave, wool-blend crewneck from ordinary sweaters. [$225; rag-bone.com]

Billy Reid English American Jacket
A green jacket may seem bold everywhere but Augusta, but when it's done in a neutral tone, it beats a blue blazer. [$995; billyreid.com]

Club Monaco Slim Fit Button-Down
Great under a jacket, this 100 percent–cotton flannel shirt is also trim enough to be worn on its own. [$180; clubmonaco.com]

Rag & Bone Standard Issue High-Tops
Like all things '90s, high-tops are back, though in this subdued olive, they're both sporty and a bit more sophisticated. [$225; rag-bone.com]

Bonobos Capstone
These slim, tailored Italian-wool dress pants are a nice break from khaki. [$228; bonobos.com]

Billy Reid Tie
If you're not ready to commit to green, try an accessory like a classic tie whose width slightly bucks the trend. [$125; billyreid.com]

Shinola Runwell Sport Chrono
The Detroit-made watch has a military-style green dial that contrasts handsomely with a leather strap, which will age nicely. [$875; shinola.com]

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