Spend The Getup: Fall Business Casual By Andrew Snavely Ready to work, and ready for fall. Andrew Snavely Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page. Business CasualStyleThe Getup Related posts The Getup: Early Fall Business Casual The Getup: Early Fall Business Casual The Getup: Business Casual Promotion Meeting Steipdugm nice Mccauwi25 I really need pants like those! Andres Herrera Excellent use of a wide variety of colors! Never thought of putting all those together like that. Jake Anyone own the pants, LEC straight fit chino? The lone reviewer on the LEC website blasted them. Kam I have several pairs of pants from LEC. Not one complaint. They wear well, the drape is pleasing, durable. Best selling point to me is the free hemming options on several of their offerings. Canuck Now this is a good look, loving the boots. Any alternatives that might not be so costly? Keep up the awesome work. Jake hey andrew, remember that LEC tweed herringbone blazer we love so much? fortunately (or unfortunately, as you’ll soon see,) i lost around 35 pounds since i bought it for 86 bucks, and it now fits me like a tent. I’ve been sizing down from a 42 to a 40 in everything i own, (expensive) – i was hoping you’d know of an affordable option for asimilar jacket Like Reply ad man that briefcase is sick. i dont do messager man bags Luke Your getups hurt my wallet :). So many solid choices. Thanks for posting! Juank85 Andrew! I love your Getups… Im from Argentina and your suggestions are awesome… Let me suggest you the new site from Amazon for clothing: http://www.myhabit.com/ It looks promisin! TJ I like those sunglasses. I’ve been looking for a cheap pair of square aviators. Those are just what I’ve been looking for. Thanks http://twitter.com/IPv6Freely Chris Jones I love everything about this. Chappys4life Love the pants are they olive in color? I am having a hard time telling if a dark gray or olive. jbone I’m happy with my American Optics square aviators in gold with bayonet bows. They come in different lens sizes and customer service was helpful when I wanted to exchange for a bigger size. Plus the heritage can’t be beat and made in USA. For about $40. adrell are any of these looks good for business travel to london? brandon. i need to wear this everyday in some variation.