October's a harrying fashion 'tween time, when Summer clothing'll have you shivering, but Winter stuff will have you melting in the sun like so many gremlins. Grab cool gear for coolish weather, from LUDWIG Clothing
Nommed for the famed composer, LUDWIG's first-ever fall line was designed for "men who dress like men again" -- grown-up streetwear that's low on logos but high on style...and a bit of the old ultra-violence? Lightweight, utilitarian twill jackets include a brushed nylon/cotton blended number with chest flap cargo pockets and military-style logo (in army green or black), and a black-or-silver-gray cotton piece with ribbed collar/cuffs/waist, and taped interior named the Elgar, giving you Pomp for any Circumstance. Athletic's covered by the McQueen, a classic ripstop nylon coaches jacket in reversible navy/gold or black/orange, while the cut & sew M65 hoodie further fleshes out military inspirations by combining the 4-front-pocket design seen on American field jackets with a soft jersey knit lining so comfortable, you'll just poop
Wig also has you with horizontally striped long-sleeved jersey rugbies, a micro corduroy button down with raglan-cut sleeves, and a riveted flannel named for the music of another clan of small, brutish creatures that loathe sunlight -- "Punk Rock".