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Big and Tall Guys are Layering Up for Fall With These Stylish Essentials

In Partnership with DXL

Are you big and tall and getting ready for fall? If so, DXL definitely has you covered. Since 2005, the popular retailer has offered the most extensive selection of XL men’s clothing and shoes. And when we say “extensive selection,” we’re talking every price point, style, and fit you can imagine. It comes to you from in-house brands such as Oak Hill and True Nation, along with iconic labels like Polo Ralph Lauren, True Religion, Brooks Brothers, Lacoste, and more. They’re also the only retailer to carry designer clothing as well as Lucky Brand Jeans in exclusive washes that you won’t find elsewhere.

If you’ve shopped through DXL’s website or at one of their 200+ brick-and-mortar locations, then you already know that they put you in the best possible hands. Between their in-house style experts and ample range of sizes, these folks leave nothing to chance. Here are four hand-picked selections to properly layer you up and keep you warm as the season changes. Each one is crafted with precision and affordable to boot. Check it out.

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Outer Layer: Fleece Vest

Columbia Steens Mountain Vest

This massively popular 250g fleece keeps your core warm in cold weather and looks great while doing it. Ready for everything from daily strolls to weekend hikes, it makes for the perfect outer layer. Features include a full-zip front, signature logo embroidery, zippered side pockets, and a mockneck design. Oh, and did we mention that it’s awesomely affordable? – US$50

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Under Layer #1: Flannel Shirt

Harbor Bay Multi Plaid Flannel Sport Shirt

Crafted from soft and breathable 100% cotton, this classic plaid shirt gives off all kinds of warm and cosy vibes. Layer it over a tee with your favourite jeans and take to the outdoors in style, looking as great as you feel. It features a button-down collar with faux-horn buttons, a modified shirttail hem, and adjustable button-cuffs at the ends of each long sleeve. – US$49.50

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Under Layer #2: Henley

Harbor Bay Long-Sleeve Slub Henley Shirt

A cool-weather essential, this henley shirt blends soft cotton with plush polyester in a slub jersey woven fabric to keep you cosy all day long. Layer it up or wear it as a stand-alone piece, since who wants to conceal such conspicuously stylish apparel? From the ribbed-knit crewneck to the 3-button placket to the reinforced shoulders to the straight hem design, this shirt delivers absolute wearability. Choose between a modest variety of colours and buy more than one at a time to qualify for a choice discount. – US$40 when you buy one and just US$29.99 when you buy two or more

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Pants: Relaxed Fit Jeans

True Nation Relaxed-Fit Stretch Jeans

Rife with hand-sanded details, True Nation’s Cali Cool jeans combine 99% cotton with a touch of elastane stretch. They sit just below the waist and provide a relaxed fit through the hip and thighs, widening ever so slightly at the legs. Additional features include authentic creasing, five pockets, zip fly, and stitched detailing. – US$59.50

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Fall has arrived in the USA and your wardrobe is calling for an upgrade. With one trip to DXL, you can cover all the basics without breaking the bank. Check out their seemingly endless range of sizes, styles, and brands, and layer up accordingly. And that’s how the big and tall get ready for fall.

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About the author

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Jacob Osborn

Jacob Osborn is an accomplished author and journalist with over 10 years of experience in the media industry. Jacob holds a Bachelor's degree in English and Communication Arts from the University of Wisconsin--Madison and has previously written for Stacker alongside co-authoring a Young Adult novel through Simon & Schuster. Now based in Portland, Oregon, Jacob specialises in entertainment, technology and alcohol reporting. You might find him crate-digging at the nearest record store or sampling whisky at the nearest bar. He daydreams of travelling around the world, but for now, the world will have to come to him by way of lifestyle products, gear, gadgetry, and entertainment. Let's call it a happy compromise while he saves up for the next big trip.