With fall just a few weeks away, it’s time to get prepared if you haven’t already. After all, it’s never too late to have some style. With different ways to do so, there’s simply no excuse. Whether you’re an outdoors type or work in a cubicle, there’s a trend that suits you.

Well-Bred Woodsman

It’s all about looking like you’ve either returned from or are about to go camping. But that doesn’t mean you can give up shaving or skip showers. You must remain polished to make this work.

Wardrobe Essentials: plaid shirts, fur trimmed jackets, vests.

Rich Rebel

Think motorcycle gang without the motorcycles. You want to look as tough as your wallet is thick. Do not sacrifice quality if you chose this style as many of the components of it are timeless when worn with other pieces.

Wardrobe Essentials: leather jackets, dark sunglasses, darks jeans.

Classic Collegiate

Take inspiration from Princeton circa 1960. College was a privilege with privileged attendees who were the picture of style and class.

Wardrobe Essentials: unstructured jackets, sweaters, newsboy caps.

Military Misfit

You want a look that says that you’ve left the military, but it hasn’t left you. Don’t let the inspiration be too obvious or you run the risk of looking like you’re in costume.

Wardrobe Essentials: bomber jackets, army green shirts, rugged khakis.

Don Draper Doppelganger

It’s not surprising that Mad Men has influenced the current style. Who wouldn’t want to try their hand at exuding the kind of class and charm that Don Draper does? Just remember, not everyone can pull it off.

Wardrobe Essentials: perfectly tailored suits, fedoras, briefcases.