6 in 1: a seasonal men’s outfit from Nomad that works on both hot and cold days
In-between seasons definitely present a sartorial challenge—how do you still dress dapper when the temperature swings so wildly from hot to cool to cold? We visited menswear shop Nomad for an outfit that works well on warmer days and cooler evenings. It didn’t take long—the second location, which opened on Queen Street West last year carries many drool-inducing contemporary labels, from Engineered Garments and Common Projects to Junya Watanabe Man and A.P.C. Total cost: $1700.
These are some serious shoes, but your feet will still breathe nicely. That airy down-there feeling is a result of the shoe’s expert craftsmanship, which is done by old-school English cobblers (Image: Kevin Naulls)
Support Canadian design with some Texas plaid shorts from the Vancouver label Wings and Horns, because pattern is huge this summer. They’re light enough to go to the beach, but substantial enough to pair with a heavier piece to take you into fall (Image: Kevin Naulls)
Crew necks have taken over v-necks as the neckline of choice. Wrap this around your shoulders, '80s-movie-jock-villain-style when you have to brave the A/C or when it’s a particularly crisp evening (Image: Kevin Naulls)
Yes, it’s supposed to be wrinkled like that. Some dudes will love this style because you don’t have to iron it at all. Just throw it on and go, whether you’re layering for evening, or leaving just the top few buttons open to showcase those proud few chest hairs during daytime wear (Image: Kevin Naulls)