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Call of Booty-

To march into fall looking sharp, you need the right gear. We've got you covered head to toe. (Her, not so much.)


Scarves (from top) Express, $50; Kenneth Cole, $58; Jack Spade, $175; Lacoste, $85; Hilfiger Denim, $68 at Tommy Hilfiger Fifth Avenue, N.Y.C.

Step Up Your Game-

Whether you're buying stompers for snow or lace-ups for work, boots shouldn't slip in the heel, and you should have wiggle room for you toes. Try them on with the socks you'll wear--heavy wool for outdoor stuff, thinner socks for everything else.


Boots (from left) Florsheim by Duckie Brown, $290; Kenneth Cole, $225; L.L. Bean Signature, $249; L.L. Bean, $199; Tretorn, $160 at Bloomingdale's; Timberland, $200, at Saks Fifth Avenue.

Find True Glove-

Andrew Buckler, designer of Buckler menswear, tells you how to look cool while keeping your hands warm.
"If you're wearing a suit or a slim overcoat, you don't want a big, bulky glove. Go with a car glove. They're made with thin leather and fitted, and the back of the hand is cut out, so you get that element of flash. It's cooler and sexier, and you won't look like you have Smurf hands."


Gloves AX Armani Exchange, $48.

Find True Glove-

Andrew Buckler, designer of Buckler menswear, tells you how to look cool while keeping your hands warm.
"If you're always on your BlackBerry or iPhone, get fingerless gloves. They keep your hands warmer than you'd think and give you total access to your smartphone."


Andrew Buckler, $155.

Hats (clockwise from top) Jack Spade, $145, at Jack Spade, New York; Block Headwear, $38; Burton, $31; Penfield, $30, at Bodega, Boston; Burton, $25; Superdry, $40.

Baby Got Backpack-

The $275 sack comes with a lifetime guarantee. Think how cool you'll look lugging it around the old-age home 60 years from now!


Crumpler, $275.

Head-to-Toe Winter Gear