Winter Fashion: Urban Cowboy
Winter is here, and so is an array of outerwear and cozy indoor-wear as tried-and-true looks meet luxury this season.
The classics never go out of style, which is especially true of menswear. A touchable luxury sweater and a soft, well-made T-shirt in neutral colors (think heather greys and oatmeals) look simple yet stylish when paired with tailored pants. To take it that extra mile, accessorize with a functional, and fashionable, leather backpack or add a wool-lined vest to your tried-and-true flannel shirt. For a true touch of Americana, and a surefire conversation starter, top your ensemble with a weathered fedora for that cowboy-meets-city look.
Photos by Douglas Duerring | Hair by Ali Lorenzini | Makeup by Travis Klingler
Michael R. Anderson wears a Gitman Vintage Alpine Flannel Shirt ($205) and La Paz down vest ($265) from Vestis with his own fedora.
The Hop NYC wool ecru button-up shirt ($192), 8.15 August Fifteenth Glen Plaid wool pants ($260) and 40 Colori cashmere jacquard knitted tie ($65) from Vestis.
Oatmeal alpaca sweater by Taylor Stitch ($145) and Bradley Mountain leather and canvas bag ($199) from Kinsman. Astorflex Suede Desert Boots ($150) from Vestis.
Grayers cardigan in navy ($155), a grey Richer Poorer T-shirt ($34) and Taylor Stitch pants in washed coal ($98) from Kinsman.
Wool Scorpio hat by Howlin’ in marine ($59) from Vestis.
Vestis, 5124 Butler St., Lawrenceville; 412/784-1112, vestispgh.com
Kinsman, 3818 Butler St., Lawrenceville; 412/204-7316, kinsmanshop.com
Sen. John Heinz History Center 1212 Smallman St., Strip District, heinzhistorycenter.org