That Autumn Look | Part Three | A Continuous Lean.

That Autumn Look | Part Three

Sep 24th, 2008 | Categories: Style, That Autumn Look | by Michael Williams

The lazy Sunday brunch is a celebrated ritual in New York City. Wear a chunky knit cardigan, comfortable pants and your bean boots. Don’t forget The New York Times and friends to unwind with over Bloody Marys. I love to build an outfit around a pair of boots or a puffy coat and then head to Bubby’s or the Spotted Pig for carb-loaded pre-football rations. For inspiration, my ideal Sunday brunch attire is pictured as That Autumn Look part three.

Sunday Brunch

More That Autumn Look can be seen here.

Comments: 13

13 Comments to “That Autumn Look | Part Three”

  1. Sam Jacobs
    on Sep 24th, 2008
    @ 1:59 PM

    Bubby’s (Brooklyn) = Happy!

  2. ph
    on Sep 24th, 2008
    @ 2:00 PM

    like a page from the playbook – less the irony.

  3. Paul Pincus
    on Sep 24th, 2008
    @ 4:11 PM

    moncler (himalaya) puffer…done!

    rolex submariner…done!

    really love this series.

  4. CMN
    on Sep 24th, 2008
    @ 4:29 PM

    that is stuff that Black people like too!

  5. porter hovey
    on Sep 24th, 2008
    @ 4:30 PM

    The best part of Bubby’s is the photo booth in the basement!

  6. Ryan
    on Sep 24th, 2008
    @ 7:48 PM

    lol @ CMN, I’m sure it is.

    Definitely feeling the fit. I think I might need some of those LL Bean joints this fall.

  7. c.a.
    on Sep 24th, 2008
    @ 8:32 PM

    the tribeca bubby’s is nice, but the brooklyn location is amazing. more blueberry pie, please.

  8. brennan
    on Sep 24th, 2008
    @ 11:01 PM

    So awesome…Just plain awesome! Impeccable taste.

  9. mho
    on Sep 25th, 2008
    @ 1:15 AM

    i’m a big fan of the weekend brunch at lovely day in nolita.

  10. Lord Peter
    on Sep 26th, 2008
    @ 9:43 PM

    I can vouch for Filson wool socks. Get the longest pair you can. Nothing keeps your tootsies warmer in the winter. These are some serious socks!

  11. Rob Low
    on Sep 26th, 2008
    @ 9:53 PM

    Great stuff! Is Haver Sack stuff available anywhere in the U.S.?

  12. Kazuo
    on Oct 6th, 2008
    @ 2:31 PM

    That cardigan is ¥21,000, not ¥210,000 !

  13. Michael Williams
    on Oct 6th, 2008
    @ 2:36 PM

    Ha! Either way no one is buying it! They don’t ship to the States!