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Lost & Found Takes To The Hills With Its F/W20 Editorial

No bones about it, the world is pretty bad right now. The pandemic just keeps getting worse and democracy is on the brink. And if you’re staying in as much as possible due to COVID, there’s not much to do to distract ourselves right now beyond online shopping. Lucky for us, Lost & Found has brought us a delectable look book to guide our impulse shopping over the next few months.

The lookbook is dominated by earth tones and slouchy silhouettes, all of which seem perfect for a life of lockdowns and the occasional outdoor excursion. Standouts include a fleece western shirt from Real McCoy’s as well as a pair of black corduroy Engineered Garments painters pants. They aren’t easy to see, but the models have Paraboot shoes on their feet—some of the nicest and most accessible footwear out there.

A cozy-looking Gitman tweed flannel brings a helluva lot of cool with its camp collar and another Real McCoy’s piece, the liner, seems to pair well with almost everything, given its short, boxy fit. Regardless of what resonates with you, the whole lookbook serves as a reminder to mute our colors, open up our fits, and wind down for the boring (if potentially fashionable) fall/winter season.

You can check out the full editorial at Lost & Found Shop, as well as a handy breakdown of every gorgeous piece featured within.