Live Action Getup: Thanksgiving Dinner Aunt Maureen won’t believe how grown up you are. Look smart, stay comfortable, don’t be overdressed.20 November,2016By Andrew Snavely / Photos By Andrew Snavely The most delicious fall cocktail is also the easiest. Check out our simple recipe that you can make anywhere, no bar tools required. 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. Casual StyleFall StyleLive Action GetupSmart CasualStyleThe GetupWinter Style Previous articleThe Most Delicious Fall Cocktail Is Also The Easiest Next articleThe Best Men’s Boots: Our 10 Picks Zac Silk I like how the navy, tan and grey play off each other. Very nice fall tones. I’ve got a olive field jacket that I’ve had from Gap for a few seasons and it’s holding up really well. I’ll also have to look into getting a pair of Red Wings and investing in some dress fall boots. http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Thanks Zac! For boots, stay tuned until tomorrow, our huge best men’s boots guide is coming… Jeff Blanchard Looking forward to that! Hoping to get some lower priced options beyond RedWing – for instance, I just got the water-proof Tims you had up a while ago. Love them. 🙂 Zac Silk That sounds great! I’ve seen some boots that are only available in the U.S but I’ll have a look. Terrance Lookin good Snavely. 👍🏾 http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Thank you! Daniel Love this, any suggestions for a jacket like that one but olive/brown color? http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Yep! This one has great reviews and is really affordable: http://amzn.to/2gajE8X DaveO Great look! I just bought a pair of Gap khakis in a similar color and at the time of purchase I was worried about what color I would wear them with. Now that I have them home I’m finding they go with everything. Joey Buyske Love the look, Andrew, but if I wore a flannel shirt and a wool cashmere sweater on top of it, I would probably sweat off everything I ate by the end of dinner. Any suggestions for something lighter for those of us who run pretty hot? Thanks! Butch_Zee Looking good, Andrew.