Fall Getup Week: Hearty Fall Textures

It's Fall Getup Week once again, which means we step into a cooler season and look even cooler doing it. This Getup mixes gray-dominant tones while matching strong, hearty textures for fall.

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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.

14 Comments

  • Reply September 20, 2016

    Zac Silk

    I’m really impressed with the stuff Gap has come out with this season. Shawl collar cardigans,cords, really nice sweaters. All primer approved of you ask me.

    The look plays really well with the early fall weather too. Awesome work as usual Andrew.

    • Reply September 20, 2016

      CryptoReporter

      Banana Republic is usually my go to for buying jeans, however Iver had a bunch of rewards points accruing and I needed jeans. To stretch my points I purchased a pair of jeans at both GAP and Oldy Navy (sister companies). They are actually pretty decent. The ON pair came out to $15 with coupon codes and really isnt all that different from a $100 BR pair of jeans.

      Ive read in the past that higher end companies have been focusing on cheaper quality while keeping prices the same because their research showed thats what millennials wanted. Wear clothes a few times then move on to more different clothes. I know the BR group of companies has actually suffered from this model… maybe they are stating to revert back to quality products again? Ive been unhappy with BR for a number of years now.

    • Reply September 20, 2016

      Andrew

      I love gap and Old Navy. I love gap’s jeans as well as sweaters and shirts. Just bought a denim jacket there on Sunday and gray jeans at Old Navy for $30. May not last forever but it’ll last as long as I need it.

      • Reply September 20, 2016

        Zac Silk

        I’m with you there with Gap’s jeans. They’re selvedge jeans are great. Being from the U.K I reply on Gap for sweatshirts and Oxford shirts.

  • Reply September 20, 2016

    Zack White

    That’s a nice getup, but it’s still too warm for this unless the A/C is turned down in the office.

    • Reply September 20, 2016

      Andrew

      If you wait until it gets cold to plan your fall wardrobe, you’ve waited too long. 🙂 October Is only 10 days away 😱

  • Reply September 20, 2016

    brandon_ROTU

    Any sweater recommendations for fat guys that won’t make me like an idiot? I find textured and cable-knit sweaters make me look fatter.

    • Reply September 20, 2016

      Andrew

      If that’s the case, go with a smooth merino wool sweater. It won’t have the lines.

  • Reply September 20, 2016

    Jesus Gamboa

    What’s the meaning of the word hearty in “Hearty Fall Textures”? Does it mean abundant or full?

  • Reply September 20, 2016

    Adams

    2 for 2! Looking forward to the rest of the week’s Getups

  • Reply September 20, 2016

    John

    Sadly, the sweater is not available on-line or locally. This site is just TOO popular. Keep up the good work.

  • Reply September 20, 2016

    Milo

    What do you think about the quality of Crevo shoes? I’ve been seeing them online and they have a pretty good selection and styles.

  • Reply September 20, 2016

    David Dabbi Willis

    Love the stuff you put out. used to not care for Gap or ON. Finding things I like there more and more. Though ON commercials still make me cringe ha

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