Can you help me out with seasonal style advice? I'm confused as to what sort of patterns (Shirts, pants, jackets, and ect) and fabrics (shirts, pants and ect) to wear for each season, all of 4 of them. I know tweed and wool is for the f/w, seersucker is for the s/s, as is madras.

- Asked by Anonymous

Fall-winter: tweed, flannel, cashmere, heavier-weight worsted wools, heavier cotton drill, duck canvas

Spring-summer: linen, mohair, madras, seersucker, lighter-weight wools, tropical wool, fresco

If it’s cold, wear something thicker and warmer. If it’s hot, wear something thinner and cooler. Pretty simple, really. 

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  1. sashu said: aside from avoiding white in the winter if you live in an area that gets snow, it’s not really about colors or patterns and more about materials and articles that suit the weather.
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