Carhartt WIP’s New Fall/Winter 2021 Collection Features a Sensible Autumnal Color Palette

With the introduction of new camouflage, rugged textiles and nods to the brands history.

Carhartt WIP just dropped a bomb with its new Fall/Winter 2021 collection. Of course we get a balanced mixture of workwear with a detailed focus on textures. For instance with Carhartt’s textured corduroy, treated canvas, wool and flannel all come in a welcomed muted color palette perfect for the fall and colder months ahead.

Inspiration also comes in the form of dusty planes and saturated landscapes. With the use of reddish brown and clay used throughout. You’ll notice this theme in addition to the yarn-dyed stripe motif used on traditional saddle blankets, which makes its way on T-shirts, sweatshirts and a workwear-style jacket.

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A centerpiece for the collection is Carhartt WIP’s infamous Double Knee pant. These pants have its knee panels removed to reveal a slight color hue change. A obvious nod to the heritage of classic workwear, which takes on a new look the more they’re utilized. We also find this same aesthetic used on their pants, overalls and the OG Arctic coat.

Carhartt WIP’s FW21 collection is available now from the brand’s web store. You can take a detailed look at the images in the gallery above and let us know if you plan on copping any pieces in the comments section below. Lastly, for more fashion news, Bryant Cruz Impresses With BFORTÉ – SPREAD LOVE // Chapter 001.