Engineered Garments Channels Military, Outdoor and Urban Influences for 2016 Fall/Winter

As showcased by style conscious senior citizens.

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Japanese stalwart Engineered Garments looks ahead to the Fall/Winter 2016 season with a slew of new outerwear pieces and layering options to help combat the cold. The brand channels a rugged combination of military, outdoor and urban influences for its latest range by utilizing a predominantly muted color palette of greyscale hues juxtaposed with earthy olive, mustard and brown. Heavy emphasis is placed on layering, most notably with the combination of heavy outerwear attires, cardigans and plaid shirts, whilst more street-ready bombers and hoodies are also included in the brand’s latest collection. The assortment of bottoms ranging from wool pants, cropped plaid trousers, velour pieces and lounge wear cannot be overlooked either. Check out the lookbook above and purchase any items from Engineered Garments retailers later on in the year.

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