Matching Sets for Colder Weather
We love matching sets. So much so that we invented the “Canadian tuxedo” for iconic American singer Bing Crosby after he was denied entrance to a hotel for being underdressed in jeans. We haven’t quite landed on what to call non-denim sets, but we do know exactly how to style them.
This print-on-print matching twill set is made up of our 501 ’93 Straights and Vintage Fit Trucker Jacket in matching camo. Unlike traditional camouflage, our design features layers of leaves in shades of brown, reminiscent of a forest floor. It’s a modern update to an old-school military standard that slightly elevates the outfit. If you’re worried about pulling off the look, simplify the rest of your layers and sneakers to give the pattern a moment to breathe.
This monochrome duo – comprised of our Ribcage Bootcut in Iced Coffee corduroy and matching blazer – updates retro shapes. The bootcut leg combined with an ultra-high waist is a super-flattering update to this classic late-’90s fit. The set’s texture casualizes its “power suit” vibes while its muted tan tone makes it feel current and sophisticated. Keep your look in the now with bold graphics and chunky sneakers.
What statement will you make in you new-era Canadian tux? And what should we even call it if it’s not denim? Tell us and share your style matchups by tagging @levis and #LiveinLevis on your favorite social apps.