Private White V.C. Yardi Cardi

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Private White V.C.'s take on the street style aesthetic is a definite winner in our book. Their Yardi Cardi jacket mixes a casual, almost varsity-style jacket with a luxurious British calf suede that gives it a unique look.

The sleeves are also made from Polertec fleece for an extra, technical layer of warmth and they've also been lined with smooth viscose for a great, luxurious feel. They've also snuck in internal iPad pockets on both sides of the jacket.

$1,145, Private White V.C.

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Outlier Shank

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One of the best denim jackets on the market happens to not be denim at all. Previously released as one of their experimental pieces, the Shank Jacket is the classic jean jacket updated for today and not just in style but in performance.

The stretch of their materials moves with you and it's as tough and rugged as your favorite denim jacket, but also lightweight. You also get NanoSphere to shield the jacket from dirt and water and a slimmer cut dials down the boxyness with a more flattering design.

$395, Outlier

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Reigning Champ FW14 Side Zipper Crews and Hoodies

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Like many of you, we simply can't get enough of Reigning Champ's basics. Season after season the Vancouver label refreshes their much sought-after hoodies and crewnecks and we continue to stock up with each collection.

For FW14 they've taken their premium heavyweight crewneck and hoodies and hit it with a little side zip detail that gives the pieces a subtle, technical look. Amongst your choices is their usual heather grey, a new charcoal color, and a light blue hue called Heather Pacific.

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Stone Island Twill Overshirt F/W '14

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Back this season in Stone Island's Fall line is their military-inspired Twill Overshirt. The futuristic design has a new look and is an ideal layering piece for transitional weather and cooler evenings.

This time the lightweight, shirt/jacket hybrid has a unique quilted tortoise shell design that is a slick alternative to traditional quilting patterns and is lightly padded for insulation against the cold.

$455, Haven

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Sophnet Multi Color Dot B.D. Shirt

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There's nothing like crisp white shirt, you can't have too many of them and its one of those incredibly versatile pieces that can go from dressy to formal with just a roll of the sleeve. While its a piece that you don't need to mess with, we're loving these little hits of color from Sophnet's FW14 collection.

A popular style from their line, the Multi Color Dot B.D. Shirt is a white oxford with a twist. Each button is hit with a bright hit of color adding a subtle but bold touch that has made Sophnet such a cult favorite in menswear. Also available in blue.

$253, Sophnet

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Private White V.C. x Inis Meáin

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Cable knit is truly something that will never go out of style, it's a versatile look that you can count on every winter. Private White V.C. has partnered with Inis Meáin knitwear who has been knitting garments since 1976.

Known for their fine materials, the company has crafted a classic cable knit style in a variety of colors from charcoal to vibrant blues and oranges. They've also got a classic turtle neck and both styles are made in Ireland from a soft blend of 90% merino and 10% cashmere.

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nanamica Cycling Collection F/W '14

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A favorite of ours every year, nanamica's Cycling Collection is always a must if you're looking for a sartorial solution that moves and works well on your daily bike commute. This season they've got three great options that will look great on and off the bike.

The most technical of the three is done up in navy with tan lining and features a wool WINDSTOPPER fabric outer and the warmth of Primaloft insulation. Next up is a more casual fleece combo that uses a 3-layer stretch fabric in both the pants and jacket. Last is a great looking indigo set that all looks perfect on its own and is made from a lightweight, stretch denim.

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Taylor Stitch Shuttle Loomed Italian Selvage Denim

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Taylor Stitch looked to the Italians to create a pair of jeans you'll surely want in your close come fall and winter. The San Francisco label sought out a manufacturer that used shuttle looms so they could make jeans the way they used to be made.

The jean will come in two styles: an all-black jean with a black warp and weft, complete with black zips and a black leather steer hide patch. The other is a traditional blue jean with a saturated indigo warp with natural weft. Both come in a democratic or slim fit cut and are perfect for the cooler months as it is a heftier jean at 14.75 oz.

$178, Taylor Stitch

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Scout Drift Jacket

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Scout isn't the type of company that sticks to a traditional seasonal collection release, they add a new piece every now and then and each release is definitely worth noting. Their newest piece is a great looking lightweight layer for the fall called the Drift Jacket.

Made in their hometown of Seattle, Washington, the jacket is made from a single layer of navy-colored, Japanese lightweight cotton that's perfect for the fall. It's also decorated with a subtle white floral print that almost gives the illusion of texture across the jacket's fabric.

$324, Scout

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A Kind of Guise Duvetine Pants

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We can't stop drooling over these pants from Munich's A Kind of Guide. We're suckers for materials and this suede-like fabric they've used for their Duvetine Pants has quickly put these pants on our wishlist this season.

The heavy, 16oz fabric is a densely woven German fabric that has a soft, flannel-like feel yet resembles suede leather. Available in black or tan (above) it's a pair of pants that will come handy in the winter when you want something that's as comfortable as a pair of your favorite sweats, but in an elevated style that you can wear anywhere.

$245, Woodlands

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