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🎃 The best fall drops
Dime, Fear of God, Fucking Awesome...
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Fall’s in full swing. Make room in that closet with drops from some of the best brands…
I’m really not sure how September flew by this fast. Blows my mind a bit. But I always love this season because we start to bring out the layering and outerwear items that make fall worth it.
And with some of my favorite brands featured here, be sure you put your wallet in a lockbox while you scroll through…
Dime’s been making a ton of noise and for good reason. They’ve approached skate and streetwear with a bit of a twist but still opt for the masses. And one of my favorite things about Dime is that they won’t price you out. You won’t find shit for $500 from them.
The Montreal brand feature’s a ton of lightweight items for this fall drop. While also incorporating two-tone color schemes and their classic embroidered logo throughout the pieces. All with a workwear flare.
FA has continued to drop unique artwork, exemplifying its name. Co-Founder Jason Dill chose to make an expansive collection featuring tons of motifs, separating this fall collection from the rest out there.
What’s great about this collection, is that there are pieces that don’t stand out too much if you’re not into that kind of thing. Soft and warmer color tones, give it a reserve type of feel. Which makes it easy to add to your fall wardrobe.
The Japanese skateboard label has entered the chat. And sticking with the trend of huge seams, and puffy outerwear, this is one of those collections that will transition super smoothly into your winter wardrobe.
A lot of the fall drops I’ve seen don’t give you everyday wear. And Evisen chose to make their outerwear something you can layer on some of your favorite items in your wardrobe. And this collection adds a ton of accessories like headwear, bags, rings, skate wax, and much more.
Fear of God
When I think of FoG, I feel like it’s overdone. The “ESSENTIALS” hoodie doesn’t seem so essential anymore, and my fear with the brand's future is that they won’t innovate and continue to produce similar items because it’s what the masses love. But they proved me wrong…
With its second Fall 22’ drop, you can sense the classic FoG feel while impressively graduating. You can even see the quality of fall wear just by looking at the photos. And the silhouette neutral colors, and adding a twist of vibrants, it’s worth the price tag to get some of these items into your wardrobe.
Saint M ××××××
Following their latest capsule celebrating late music icon David Bowie, Saint continues building off the graphical inspiration. Adding Bowie-inspired long-sleeve tees, cross-branding with their signature “Saint Tears.”
One of my favorite items from the collection was the graphic sweatshirt you see above. With a ribbed collar and vibrant green, you can scream summer while in your fall crewneck. But the prices aren’t cheap, ranging from $230 - $710. So if you got deeper pockets, I’d highly recommend their crewnecks.
Adidas x Humanrace
I love Pharrell’s Human Made brand. It’s one of my favorites out there, with super unique color tones and graphics. So when I heard that Pharrell planned a collab with Adidas for his skincare line, I knew it was going to be good. And the partnership expands on Adidas’ premium basics line.
With a heavyweight jersey feel, and coming from sustainably farmed cotton, you know you’ll get some comfortable ass basic wear. And there are a ton of unique neutral color tones like Night Grey, Alumina, Linen Green, and much more.
It’s definitely that time of year. Get your pumpkin spice lattes out because this fall is gonna be a good one 🎃
See you next Sunday,