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If there’s one thing that fall does best, it’s color. As the leaves start to fall and skies darken, taking solace in the rich color palettes of this season is one positive that comes from less agreeable temperatures. Earthy tones of browns, oranges, and khaki greens not only look great on the world but also on you. And what’s more, these fall colors work hand in hand with more room for heftier garments, making styling an absolute breeze.

Based in cold, dark Berlin, Highsnobiety knows a thing or two about toning down the wardrobe to mirror the seasons. With years of practice, we’ve rounded up some of the best pieces that fit our dark, earth-tone fall wardrobe. Ranging from technical specialists like Snow Peak to purveyors of luxury like Lanvin, this season is a strong one for earth tones and we’re here for it.

Shop our favorite earth-tone clothing below.

Snow Peak Thermal Boa Fleece Jacket

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Snow PeakThermal Boa Fleece Jacket
$352
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If you're stocking up on fall tones for the colder seasons, you should be considering the warmth, too. This neutral Snow Peak Boa Fleece is a dream when it comes to layering thanks to its unimposing color, lightweight build, and top-tier insulation.

Stüssy Wobbly Check Shirt

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StüssyWobbly Check Shirt
$168
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This patchwork beauty combines a range of fall hues and they work perfectly together. With added intrigue coming from the wobbly layout, it's another jewel in the Stüssy Fall/Winter crown.

Universal Works Cardigan

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Universal WorksCardigan
$145
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Sure, a hoodie works, but if you want to up the maturity levels, this Universal Works cardigan is the one. A shawl collar and high-buttoning V-neck combine for a cozy, refreshing take on the classic cardi.

Butter Goods High Wale Cord Overshirt

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Butter GoodsHigh Wale Cord Overshirt
$150
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Some materials suit earth tones more than others, it's a fact. Proof is this corduroy overshirt by Butter Goods. The texture of the corduroy build adds a new dimension to the deep purple hue.

Stone Island Mockneck Puffer Jacket

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Stone IslandMockneck Puffer Jacket
$1640
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Stone Island collections revolve around masterful color palettes and this puffer jacket sticks to the tried-and-tested dusty green we know and love from the Italian label.

Givenchy Marshmallow Sneakers

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GivenchyMarshmallow Sneakers
$595
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There's no way around how bold this Givenchy silhouette is. That said, it's never more wearable than in this matte brown finish.

KENZO Pintuck Print Sweatshirt

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KENZOPintuck Print Sweatshirt
$545
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With NIGO announced as the new Creative Director of Kenzo, we're excited to see what the future holds for the brand. Until then, there are still some gems to cop from the current collections.

Highsnobiety Thermal Long Sleeve

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HighsnobietyThermal Long Sleeve
$75
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The perfect base layer to build a fall outfit from, our latest long sleeve top is crafted in a heavyweight waffle knit.

FEAR OF GOD Baseball Logo Hoodie

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FEAR OF GODBaseball Logo Hoodie
$695
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A warm bowl of oatmeal is a great way to start a cold fall morning. It turns out it's also a winning colorway for staple pieces like this pullover hoodie from Fear of God.

Lanvin Wool Bumpr Sneakers

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LanvinWool Bumpr Sneakers
$590
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Lanvin's Bumpr Sneaker takes after the lightweight running silhouettes of the '70s but this season it's had a cozy reup with plaid wool uppers.

New Balance Made in UK 1500 Sneakers

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New BalanceMade in UK 1500 Sneakers
$210
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The mudguard of this New Balance 1500 alone is enough to make us cop, but the complementary blue suede hits are the absolute cherry on top.

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