This week on the Heavy Conversation podcast, we talk about the top 10 things you need in your wardrobe for fall. Listen to the episode here and subscribe to the show at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts.
10. Big & Tall Flannel Shirts
Sure, flannels are predictable, but they’re comfortable and versatile. Wear them buttoned or open, layered or on their own. Whatever feels best to you. Get big & tall flannel shirts in your size at:
You can’t go wrong with a comfortable, great-fitting zip-up hoodie. Throw it on when you’re running errands or going for a walk and you’re set. It’ll quickly become your go-to casual fall outerwear pieceWant one? Get it here:
Believe it or not, there are lighter, more modern looking big & tall sweaters out there that you can wear during fall. Don’t want to throw on a jacket or a hoodie? Jody recommends this Society of One Quilted Sweatshirt from DXL. Here are a few other alternatives:
If you’re like most people, you’re staying home more often and jeans probably aren’t high on your list. That makes this the perfect time to focus on quality over quantity – buy jeans that look good, feel good and fit you well. Try the following:
This is the most casual of years, therefore it is perfect for activewear. Stretchy, comfortable, usually modern-looking, activewear is good for you whether you’re kicking back on the couch or going for a jog.
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