Known primarily for its sporty pro outerwear, the new line of Arc'teryx Veilance ($175-$1,000) tops, coats, and pants combines tough, outdoor-ready fabrics like Gore-Tex and Paclite with more traditional cuts and syling, letting you dress your best no matter what the weather's like outside. And no, we don't know how you're supposed to say "Arc'teryx."
Take a step back in time with the Heritage Toggle Coat ($355). Made from a wool and nylon blend, this long coat features a four toggle closure for a old-time nautical look, three exterior pockets, two interior pockets, adjustable button cuffs, and more. Available in tannish "Camel" or black, we'd recommend sticking with the former unless you really want to draw attention to those light tan toggles.
Stay warm with minimal bulk thanks to the Aether Space Hoodie ($300). Made from fine ripstop polyester with ultralight, ultrawarm PrimaLoft fill, the Space Hoodie features handwarmer pockets, a Riri zipper closure, interior channel quilting for a smooth outer surface, and a light, packable design that makes it great for cool days, but equally useful as a layer when it gets really cold.
Add a bit of speed to your fall wardrobe with the Coach Racer Jacket ($500-$900). Available in coated cotton with leather detailing or full-on leather versions, this classically cut jacket features a zip closure, zip cuffs, dual front zip pockets, and a band collar with button closure to complete the sophisticated-yet-badass look.