Outfits That Men Can Wear For A Fall Evening Out At A Restaurant

Going out to eat at a restaurant is a great activity that is highly enjoyable and is seen as somewhat social. Of course you want to look your best while attending your dinner outside, so it is important to wear the appropriate clothing to create a stylish fall outfit. No running shoes allowed for this one guys hahaha.

We will talk about some outfits that are great to wear in the fall months while attending an evening out at a restaurant. Also we will be talking about how you can pair a variety of interesting pieces together to add more depth to your outfit. Let’s take a look.


Men can’t get enough of chinos and for good reason. These pants are extremely versatile and can be appropriate for a variety of situations. Why not utilize chinos into your fall evening restaurant outfit for a stylish look. Pair your beige colour chinos with a black cotton turtleneck. You want your footwear to either be dark brown loafers or black desert boots.

Chinos H&M


Wear a wool cardigan layered over a plain t-shirt fo a simple yet stylish outfit. You should keep your t-shirt a light colour such as white or light blue. This will pair well with a slim fit black jeans and black loafers as footwear.

Wool Cardigan H&M

Denim Jacket

Wear your denim jacket as part of a sleek evening outfit. Black chinos a a white button-down shirt can pair well together. Keep your footwear classy with black derby shoes. For more style, leave your denim jacket unbuttoned.

Denim Jacket H&M


There are just some colours that go great with each other in the fall months. Some examples include black pants with a white top, brown shoes with black pants, a beige top with denim jeans, and a black jacket with a lighter colour shirt.

Wool Turtleneck H&M

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