They say to dress for the job you want. Okay, if you want to be a rodeo clown, maybe don’t show up to your current job in face paint, but you get the point. But how you dress is only the tip of the iceberg. Everything down to your grooming habits plays a part in your appearance. Want to make the right impression this season? These are the best style-related products you can buy right now.

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Hone Type 15 Razor

Some unruly facial hair can make it look like you just woke up from a bender when you walk into the office. A proper shaving routine is key. For many, however, that routine has become a chore. Make shaving enjoyable again with the Hone Type 15 Razor. Available in brass or aluminum, the single blade razor harks back to a time when shaving was a meditative practice. Take care of the Type 15 and it will last you the rest of your life and remain better looking than any razor at the grocery store.

$88
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Arcane Supply Bonneville Belt

The old suit and tie routine has been eliminated at many offices. Still, showing up in a t-shirt and shorts strikes us as a bit too casual. A happy medium is a pair of dark denim jeans and a tucked in button-down. To finish the look, and make it a bit more polished, make sure you have a go-to belt. For that we recommend the Bonneville Belt from Arcane Supply. Named after the iconic Triumph motorcycle, this durable, attractive belt has the same staying power as the legendary two-wheeler. Made from 12 oz. English Bridle leather, each of these belts is handcut, fashioned, and finished with Arcane’s leather balm. The leather will break in and patina over time, so you’ll have a belt all your own when you eventually become CEO.

$92
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Hudson Made Morning Shift Body Bar

As the name suggests, this is the soap for the early morning grinders, the guys who arrive at the crack of dawn to get a jump on the day’s work. Infused with rosemary, peppermint, and eucalyptus, a scrub with the Morning Shift Body Bar will wake you up when you’re dreaming of falling right back asleep. Consider it a cup of coffee for your body. Oh, and your coworkers won’t mind being around you.

$17
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Everlane City Jacket

You could put together the nicest work outfit money can buy, but if it’s a downpour and you aren’t protected, you’ll still look bad. For a simple and stylish solution, check out the latest release from cost-conscious Everlane. Their City Jacket is devoid of flashy details, which means it’s ideal for tossing over your office attire. Plus, at under $100, it won’t run you a full paycheck to buy.

$88
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American Shine Co. Pioneer Shine Box

Want to know the secret to a polished outfit? It’s the shoes. A dirty, scuffed pair of sneaks can destroy even the most composed looks. For work, get a good pair of dress shoes. And to keep those shoes looking good, get the Pioneer Shine Box. Handmade in Philadelphia, each Pioneer Shine Box is crafted as a modern take on a classic item. After you clean and polish your shoes, use the box and the included shine cloth to deliver a deep shine that tells clients and coworkers you’re a man with good taste.

$150
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Lawrence Hunt Dress Shirt

Inspired by professional athletic apparel, the dress shirts from Lawrence Hunt will help you feel cool and confident as you get back to work. Performance fabric technology in the underarm will wick away sweat and hide any signs of nerves during a high pressure meeting or presentation, without having to sacrifice style from its 100% cotton body. Plus, as a Cool Material reader, you can save 20% with code COOLMATERIAL.

$78
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Outlier Futureworks

Pants are perhaps the hardest clothing item to decide on when it comes to office wear. First, yes, wear them. Second, try to find a pair more refined than faded jeans but less stuffy and baggy than discount suit pants. Our advice: go with these Outlier gems. Not only do they look great, but they’re lightweight and easy to move around in. Made from Outlier’s F. Cloth, the pants are surprisingly durable for how light they feel. Thanks to a knee-length gusset, those stress points that hindered mobility are a thing of the past. Check them out in a handful of work-friendly colors.

$140
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Journeymen Natural Deodorant Stick

Cologne is a no-no for the office, but smelling gross is just as bad. Your solution: a good deodorant. Journeymen’s Natural Deodorant Stick in Fragrance No. 1 offers a subdued cypress leaf and smoky cedar scent. When you walk by a coworker on the way to the printer, they’ll pick up just a hint of the outdoors. It’s aluminum free, paraben free, and made in the USA with essential oils to keep you feeling fresh. Much better than a bath in some Drakkar Noir.

$18
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Todd Snyder Grounder

The Grounder was first introduced in the 1940s as a boot for the US military. As such, it was trusted in the most treacherous conditions. While your commute might not be as demanding, the shoe, which has since morphed into an all weather sneaker boot, will handle it just the same. From running to the subway in the rain, to heading out for lunch during a downpour, you’ll be happy you have the protection offered by the iconic Grounder.

$129
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OMEGA Pilot Style Sunglasses

Work style doesn’t just revolve around what you wear around the office, it also includes what you wear when you show up and head out. That’s why we recommend a pair of OMEGA’s new sunglasses. Their first foray into eyewear is a successful one, as these Pilot Style Sunglasses demonstrate. Taking cues from their legendary watches, the sunglasses boast high quality materials like scratch-resistant and anti-reflective lenses.

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