Summer is more than half over, and from a fashion standpoint, that can spell bad news for men who have enjoyed piecing together their polo shirts and cargo shorts to rave reviews when the weather is warm, but often struggle when the temperature, and their style sense, cools considerably.
Why exactly is the fall season so difficult for men when it comes to making the transition from summer?
A lot of what ails guys centers on fall being the official start of the football season, and most men take that as meaning they can flip off their flip flops and summer gear and trade that in for ratty, shoddy football sweatshirts and those old carpenter jeans that no one needs to see unless you're painting or working in your backyard.
And you can't forget those awful sneakers, either? The ones that you call your Sunday afternoon "kicks" that are missing a few laces and have a spot open for your big toe.
How about trading those shoes in for something that isn't so bad, such as a stylish boot that is equal parts hiking and heavenly? The fall season is full of options with colorful tennis shoes and those aforementioned boots. Some style experts are pointing toward a new hybrid boot of sort that works well in the fall: the mocassin boot.
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