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We Want Everything In Saturdays' Super-Sized Fall Lookbook

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    Whenever we're strolling through Soho, we always make an extra-long pit stop at Saturdays Surf NYC Crosby Street spot — with a buzzy coffee bar, backyard patio, and surfers fresh from the waves, it's almost easy to forget the cool, graphic tees and beach-preppy hoodies on display. Well, not that easy — for dudes en route to an oceanside getaway, Saturdays is always destination numero uno.

    The boys in the office, then, are more than amped when it comes to Saturdays new fall '13 lookbook, which features the largest collection the brand has offered yet — clearly, the handsome brains behind the threads — Morgan, Josh, and Colin — are creating something of a mini-lifestyle empire here. There are tons of simple-yet-stylish knits, loads of accessories, outerwear, and even footwear — standouts include a super-rad desert boot and some slim-fit sweatpants (you know, to slip on after you take those board shorts off). Excuse us while we click on over to Kayak to set a price alert on deals to Costa Rica...


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