Fall Fix: Preppy-Chic Basics Are Here In Rugby's Shiny New Pop-Up Shop

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All we really want these days are amazing staples that not only feel fresh and of-the-moment but can also stand the test of time. So, when we're craving sexy herringbone blazers, slouchy boy trousers, and mix-and-match Ts we can layer all season long, Rugby is our destination. And now with their new pop-up shop, scooping up the label's fall offerings just got easier: Here, we've hand-picked with Rugby's top in-house stylists all the pieces we want now, including merino cardis, a go-anywhere down vest, and a leather bomber that's perfect for the cold days ahead.
Better still, the always ahead-of-the-curve Rugby has just introduced a cool new iPhone app called Make Your Own (or MYO), which allows you to customize your own looks and share them with your friends in an MYO gallery. Just another way to personalize your style in classic-cool Rugby fashion this fall. Check out all Rugby's must-haves here, and remember, this temporary pop-up is only online until October 4. So, don't miss out...get your fall fix now!
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