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Ken's Man's Shop Talks Fall Fashion Trends

10.14.2013 by: Shelly Markey
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It's getting to be that time of year in Texas where we go from summer to winter in the blink of an eye. To make sure the guys are ready with a great fall and winter wardrobe, we wanted to consult with our favorite expert on the subject of men's fashion, Kory Helfman of Ken's Man's Shop.

"It's all about depth and detail this season," says Helfman. "The way you mix fabrics and textures will be the key to putting together your look, whether it's casual or dressy".

Ken's fall 2013 color stories are olives, rich berries, blue greys and grey camels. Vests are back, along with a multitude of accessories that will have a big impact on updating a basic wardrobe. The knits are better than ever this year-blended to be lightweight for layering.

Add a vest under a blazer for the layering effect and pay attention to details like the print lining and the different textures of the jacket, vest and tie and how it's all put together. Replace the shirt and tie with a knit turtleneck for a totally different look.

This season gives you lots of choices in shirting and having fun with the different patterns and details like colored buttons instead of white, convertible cuffs, elbow patches and even finished details on the hem for guys who prefer to wear their shirts untucked.

At Ken's we found abundant choices for casual pants, denim and vintage cords that have the look of fall with a Dallas weight.

Before you head out the door, take time to pick out some great accessories that will finish your look and take you from boring to bravo. You'll find it all here from headwear, to wrist wear, to circle lapel pins to really unique pocket squares that look like contemporary art pieces. Take time to leisurely browse the shop or get some expert help in putting together your fall wardrobe by Kory, Ken and the knowledgaeble and friendly staff at this Dallas Classic.

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