Top 5 Travel Destinations for Fall

Posted on Thursday, September 29th, 2016 at 8:38 am

Grab your passport and your favourite 7 For All Mankind Fall/Winter essentials; it's time for a fall getaway!

Berlin, Germany


 The Michelberger Hotel via India Love

Start October off right in Berlin to check out the annual Festival of Lights, an impressive display of light installations and projections mapped onto Berlin's most iconic buildings.

Afterwards, do like the locals and enjoy a stein or two of traditional German beer at Oktoberfest until the 16th of October. When in Rome, right?

Finish the evening by dancing the night away at the infamous Berghain nightclub in a 7 For All Mankind distressed black jeans paired with a simple, oversized black t-shirt.

Need a place to stay? We've got you covered — check yourself in to the endlessly stylish Michelberger Hotel and enjoy the laidback vibes and cool interior.

Marseille, France


Chez Jeannot via Amuse

Although often referred to as Cannes dodgy counterpart, Marseille is the cultural epicentre of France's south coast and a destination to visit year-round.

 Unpack your bag at Mama Shelter and wear your most relaxed boyfriend jeans and denim jacket for that cool double denim city look to hit the town for apéro and dinner at Chez Jeannot.

After a good night's sleep, spend the day shopping the curated selection of young brands at Le Jardin Montgrand and don't miss Le Corbusier's La Cite Radieuse for a close-up look at modernist architecture.


 Vienna, Austria


 Image via Cup of Couple

Rich in history and culture alike, Vienna is the perfect spot to plan a fall getaway.

First things first: throw on a jacket and a cool pair of slim-fit jeans and take a wander to discover all that the city has to offer.

Must-see spots include St Stephen's Cathedral and the gardens of Schoenbrunn Palace — and make sure to pop in to Demel, a Viennese café renowned by locals and tourists alike.


 The Lake District, UK


The Lake District via Adventure Pictures

The hidden gem of England, Windermere in the Lake District's offers travellers quaint and cosy places to camp, miles away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Grab your significant other, bundle up in your warmest sweater and most stylish jacket and take in the pretty autumn views of the Lake District National Park.

 Don't forget to stop off and see a piece of literary history in the flesh — the cottage that was once home to Beatrix Potter, author of The Tale of Peter Rabbit.

 Reykjavik, Iceland 


 The Blue Lagoon via Isabel Ulatowski

Reykjavik is one of our top destination picks this Fall — it's the best time of year to see the Northern Lights!

Pack well and prepare to wrap up warm, making sure to include super-cosy sweaters and a comfy pair of jeans because it's going to get icy…

 Looking to escape the cold? We suggest spending some downtime checking out the famous Reyjavik Art Museum, dine with the locals and sample some traditional cuisine at the highly-recommended Resto.

Shop the full Fall/Winter collection for men and women to get packing!