What to wear while you're on the move.
Looks matter, and buying a car—such as the 2017 pictured above, which got significantly amped-up styling in its 2016 redesign—is, in part, a style choice. And thanks to a whole host of modern materials, what we wear while on the road can be just as style-forward. From ultra-comfortable dress shoes to water-resistant blazers, here are 10 style essentials for the modern commute.
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If you like the idea of a Fitbit but don't love the giant band around your wrist, this cord bracelet from New York brand Public School, which works in conjunction with the Fitbit Alta, is a low-key and stylish option. $175,
A simple pair of charcoal cotton trousers will work almost anywhere and coordinate with just about anything in your closet. And the fact that these are made of recycled cotton means you aren't hurting the planet, which might help you sleep better at night. Shop similar at
Not only do these have bio-warming technology that will keep your feet warm on that overly air conditioned flight, they also have antimicrobial properties to help eliminate smell. Now you won't have to be afraid to take your shoes off. $4,
The shell of this attaché case is made from aircraft-grade aluminum, which means it can take a beating and still protect everything inside. Plus, it's RFID resistant; so roving hackers won't be able steal info off any of your electronic devices. $1.950,
A classic pair of sunglasses is made even better with ultralight frames and PolarizedPlus2 lenses that boost color and reduce glare, making you think you're seeing the world in ultra-high def. $279,
The high-tech functionality of a smartwatch, with the classic styling of an analog. You shouldn't have to look like something out of a sci-fi movie just because you want to order an Uber from your wrist. $350,
Don't worry about forgetting your umbrella or raincoat. This water- and wind-resistant blazer will keep you dry, not to mention looking sharp, for those short walks between the car and the office. $550,
The Tie Bar's cotton shirts are all non-iron, so it'll look perfectly pressed right out of the wash, and will hold up during both plane rides and car commutes—a definite asset when you're always on the go. $55,
Thanks to its lightweight, athletic shoe-like padding, anatomically engineered footbed, and full-motion outsole, this is a dress shoe that really does fit and feel like a pair of sneakers. $400,
When commuting or traveling, you want a coat that's as versatile as it is stylish. Thanks to its water-resistant technical fabric and its removable vest and hood, this classic, tailored trench will stand up to nearly anything Mother Nature throws at you. And it will look amazing while doing it. Shop similar at