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Cozy, trendy layers for the person in your life

Vaer A5 Design Navy automatic watch (499 USD)

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The durable, America-assembled A5 comes with two ribbons of your choice. Take advantage of the waterproof silicone strap, 10 ATM water resistance, and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal surface while playing, then switch to Horween leather to spruce up things.

Beltologie litmus belt ($ 95)

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Thanks to Beltology’s signature flex, the litmus gives you room to expand your waist. Made from Italian leather and nickel, this woven belt looks so good that no one knows you will be insanely comfortable.

Hestra John gloves ($ 150)

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With its smooth hairsheep leather and the ribbed wool cuffs, this glove looks classy on the outside, but is all functional on the inside. The lightweight PrimaLoft insulation with a brushed polyester lining keeps your hands comfortably warm, while you can use your smartphone with the touchscreen pads on your index finger and thumb.

Randolph Hamilton sunglasses ($ 269 and above)

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The hexagonal frame on these 22-carat unisex gold tones dates back to the 1920s. Attention to detail is old-fashioned too – Randolph glasses are designed and handcrafted in the USA and are guaranteed for life.

The North Face men’s Berkeley Cord overshirt ($ 89)

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The relaxed fit makes this comfortable shirt easy to throw over a sweater. A smaller slot in the breast pocket is perfect for separating small items.

Topo Designs Men’s Dirt Shirt ($ 98)

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Don’t let the name fool you – this stretchy knob is sharp enough for the whiskey bar. It consists of 98 percent organic cotton and is produced using a water-friendly dyeing process.

Mott and Bow the Twill Chino Charles Pants ($ 125)

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After spending 2020 in sweatpants, you can upgrade your look with the Charles, a slim, medium-weight pair of khakis. You will still feel good with three percent elastane.

OluKai Kalia Puki boots ($ 165)

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The Kalia Puki is functional enough for exploration, but classy enough for cocktails. It has an outsole that is designed for grip in wet conditions and a comfortable footbed with a gel insert that is lined with microfiber.

Fjällräven Expedition Long Down Parka (600 USD)

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This knee-length parka has full drawstring adjustments, a protective flap over the zipper, elastic cuffs and an extra high neckline to protect against the cold. If that wasn’t enough, it also features ethical down, a recycled nylon shell, and PFC-free DWR.

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