Essential Fall ’13 Bottoms Courtesy of Rustic Dime

Essential Fall '13 Bottoms Courtesy of Rustic Dime

Now that a new season is upon us, it’s pretty vital that we all come stepping into it in all matters of style and function.  Whether you prefer the strut that rivals the likes of Ric Flair’s or a casual saunter that shows how you wanna roll slow so that everybody sees you, we at The 5th got you covered by showing you which bottoms to rock this Fall when doing either one.  Enter Rustic Dime – a Los Angeles based denim company whose on-trend styles cater to skaters, streetwear enthusiasts, cubicle warriors looking to push the limits of their business casual dress codes, and anyone else in between.  The best part about Rustic Dime’s offerings is the fact that quality and style all come at a reasonable price point.  So rest assured, there’s no need to break the bank to fulfill your steezy needs.  Walk with us as we showcase some of the best styles of pants to rock for the Fall season, courtesy of Rustic Dime.

With Fall’s entrance goes the onset of changing colors.  Just as the leaves do, so do the shades in dress.  Opt for traditionally darker hues such as browns, richer greens, indigo denim, and the ever popular camo.  To see even more of Rustic Dime’s Fall awesome collection, make sure to check out their site.

Essential Fall '13 Bottoms Courtesy of Rustic Dime

Essential Fall '13 Bottoms Courtesy of Rustic Dime

Essential Fall '13 Bottoms Courtesy of Rustic Dime

Essential Fall '13 Bottoms Courtesy of Rustic Dime

Essential Fall '13 Bottoms Courtesy of Rustic Dime

Essential Fall '13 Bottoms Courtesy of Rustic Dime

Essential Fall '13 Bottoms Courtesy of Rustic Dime

Essential Fall '13 Bottoms Courtesy of Rustic Dime

Essential Fall '13 Bottoms Courtesy of Rustic Dime

Essential Fall '13 Bottoms Courtesy of Rustic Dime
Photos: Karen Capalaran
Model: Marc Mangapit

*Additional wardrobe provided by WEEKEND OFFENDER and SLVDR.

Richard "Reach" Guinto

Reach loves the Lakers, breakfast, the sound of a Fender Rhodes, and rapping along word for word to Wu Tang's "Triumph." If you're looking for him, he's probably out getting chicken.

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