"Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile."
-William Cullen Bryant
Every year there's that one weekend where Fall announces itself. You step out of the house and realize you need a sweatshirt. You suddenly notice the leaves are starting to turn just a little darker. And speaking of darker, the sun dips away a little earlier every night. You turn on the TV and there's football. And if you have kids, well, nothing beats having them back in school.
After a summer spent feeling like you live in a blast furnace, the arrival of fall is a welcome respite. It's just...cool, literally and figuratively. Cooler weather, cooler vibe and cooler to look at. Really, the only thing you can complain about is the prevalence of pumpkin spice coffee drinks.
Whereas it can seem like you're just trying to survive summer, fall is to be enjoyed and savored. It lands in that sweet spot between the sweltering summer and the shivering winter. It's a couple of months of respite between extremes, a time you know well not to take for granted.
And as the season changes, you might feel the need to change too. Maybe it's time to take a fresh look in the mirror and go for a new look yourself.
For a lot of guys, a new look means buzzcut – no muss, no fuss, you wake up and walk out the door. And not only does that look equal low maintenance, but there are a surprising number of buzzcut variations. Yes, really. Trendspotter show you how you can take this simple look and modify it perfectly suit you.
But if shearing yourself that far isn’t your style, there’s no shortage of options. This year a lot of guys are going with fade cuts – keeping it tight along the sides and the back, and then going with a variety of different lengths and looks on top. It could be a short faux hawk, or going longer and slicking it back. The possibilities are almost endless, and you can sort through different fade options over at Men’s Hairstyles Today.
Maybe a fade isn’t your thing – you want something a little more timeless, and that maybe requires a little less daily maintenance. We understand. Your hair will be short, but the list of ideas is long. Esquire has a gallery of options showing different guys wearing different versions of short hairstyles.Whether it’s Ryan Reynolds’s high-and-tight or John Cho’s modified pompadour, these styles will have you ready for summer.
Whatever the look you’re going for, make sure you come to Crewners to get it done. We start with a consultation to make sure you get exactly what you want. Once we get started, you’ll relax in an easy-going environment different from a lot of other places.
With precision cuts and traditional shaves, we’ll have you ready to take on everything fall has in store.