Light Layers: 21 Choices for a Comfortable Fall Combine items similar to these to allow easy, sharp layering, without having to take 2 or 3 layers on and off all day.6 October,2013By Andrew Snavely 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. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine. Fall StyleStyle Previous articleThe Getup: Early Fall Business Casual Next articleThe Benefits of Working in an Office Before Going Out on Your Own Matt Septer Great options here. You’ve probably done this, but what’s the rules on layering with a Henley? Or is it just rock an undershirt w/ a Henley on top? Or a quarter zip over the Henley? http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Hey Matt, The henley is a versatile layering option. Check out some of the photos I did here for some ideas: http://www.primermagazine.com/2012/spend/style-essentials-the-thin-white-henley DanPatrickFlores I feel like the quarter-zip would have too much going on (buttons from the henley and the zipper from the quarter-zip) at the sternum. I tried both the cardigan and flannel shirt combos Andrew linked to, and I liked both looks. Personally, I left the flannel unbuttoned. Jonathan hey quick question that has nothing to do with layers. I bought a pair of maroon colored Levi jeans but I’m having trouble figuring out what color shirt I should wear with it. All I could think of are neutral colors like white, black or gray. Can you help me out with my dilemma? Vejovis Patterns/plaids with royal blue, teal, ochre, olive, beige/tan…you might start with a patterned button up with a small amount of dark red/maroon as a reference and then see what looks good. You could also layer that button down under a solid-color cardigan/v-neck sweater/shawl/cowichan in a thicker weave like cable knit and pair with boots to keep in step with the season. The only thing I wouldn’t do is pair with another dark, royal color since that might come off too Christmas-Eve-service. Scott Burgeson That overshirt does not seem to exist on the frank and oak website. Please take my money! Where can I find one with the same style buttons. http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Hey Scott, It’s called the Raleigh over shirt. Click on the image above, it will take you there. Glad you like it! https://www.frankandoak.com/product/14161 Bo I’ve picked up a Donegal Elbow Patch sweater from Frank & Oak (extremely similar to the J. Crew sweater) as well as the Gap fleece cardigan pictured above, and both have proven to be excellent picks thus far. I also have the Merino cardigan from F & O as pictured, and two nice crew-neck sweaters similar to the ones above. In short, this post is right on the money as far as fall layering goes! By far my favorite season. http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Nice! Glad everything worked out for you!