Majoring in English can prepare you for so many things, like writing snarky comments on your blog at Starbucks, or making coffee for said bloggers at Starbucks. Drawing on his major to make you sweet clothes instead, Orthodox.
Just arrived in DC, Orthodox's new Fall/Winter line continues to delicately straddle the artsy/manly divide with new, modestly edgy shirts, sweaters, and outerwear; as with past lines, each garment's named after an author who inspired the designer, though oddly, there is no shamefully comfortable "Dan Brown Parka". Button-downed goodness includes the checked cotton "Austin" with a double-buttoned placket, the wrinkled cotton-poly, loose-fitting "Denmar" with high collar and hoodie-style drawstring, and the military-inspired, gray "Parker", with a double-buttoned front pocket and belted dog-collar, which, ironically, would probably get you kicked out of the military. New sweater-y hotness includes the black, heavy-wool "Terrance" cardigan, with shawl collar, a thick weave pattern on the arm, and both front zipper and buttons; and the ribbed slub-cotton "Miguel" with a low v-neck and mid-sleeve epaulets (technically, elbowets).
True outerwear includes a shiny-olive, slim cut, placket'd lightweight piece, and a slightly heavier, high-collared zip-up in a sheeny blue-plaid, which'll keep you fashionably warm, like the cinnamon-pumpkin latte you're about to deliver to Mr. Lonelylentils.blogspot.com.