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Five Corduroy Style Staples to Welcome Fall With

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Corduroy, known for both its softness and hard-wearing durability, has been used to outfit everything from royal wardrobes to Model T interiors. It's also the easiest way to add a little texture (and style points) to your fall fits.

Here are your best options:

John Elliott Cotton-Blend Corduroy Sweater, $170

AIROWS favorite John Elliott proves he make anything work and work well, including this cool corduroy crewneck sweatshirt that turns the style staple on its head.

Adam Mar Corduroy Peace Pant, $125

Bring on the comfort with Adam Mar's exceedingly cozy Peace Pant, now cut from warm, durable corduroy fabric.

Lock and Co. Corduroy Rimini Corduroy Dad Hat, $155

No logos, no problem. This dead simple baseball hat is a subtle, luxurious upgrade to standard-issue alternatives.

Portuguese Flannel Fecho Corduroy Jacket, $185

This vintage-inspired corduroy jacket from Portuguese Flannel is the easiest way to channel your inner Ryan Gosling in Drive.

John Elliott Contrast-Trimmed Cotton-Blend Corduroy Shorts, $200

Another John Elliott style swerve are these achingly cool, surprisingly lightweight basketball shorts cut in an unexpected corduroy and trimmed with athletic striped webbing.