If you’re a keen follower of fashion, you might want to know what the hottest trends are in menswear for this autumn and winter. We’ve put together eight key concepts for you to take away.
Moss green is a trend for this time of year. Subdued like the season, it’s still colourful enough to look good either against a dark suit or in casual wear. Think about the shade of a parka or military coat. Pair it with jeans for a night out, or wear it in a cashmere jumper for the day.
Do You Feel Me?
Men’s designer clothes this season are as much about the feel as the look. Whether it’s woven fabrics like herringbone or the warmth of a boiled wool coat, there’s plenty to get your hands on.
You might think you only wear white in the summer, but it’s making a comeback in winter – not in the crisp lines of linen but in heavy wool coats and turtle-neck sweaters. Just don’t spill your coffee on it.
The bad news on this trend is that the 1990s are now considered vintage. So if you’re over 30, you’re probably crying about now. The good news is that this is an update of some of the best parts of the style – leisurewear and trainers paired with more formal clothing, merged together to make a great street style.
Whether it’s bold uses of colour, pattern or an eye-catching slogan, this may be the one and only time you read an article about provocative knitwear. Don’t fade into the background.
Forget black, grey and navy: this year’s tailoring is more colourful. Not necessarily vibrant (though it’s out there if you want it) but brown, beige and white partnered alongside their more plebeian cousins. Pair it with a designer shirt from http://ejmenswear.com/brands/farah.
This trend has been hovering around for a while, but it finally seems to have stuck. Perhaps a reaction to skinny jeans, overlarge jackets or trousers are now an in thing.
With advances in fabric printing, we’re seeing more patterned goods than before. This goes for printed silk shirts, which are now available in a range of designs. Whether it’s a photo-realistic print or a more traditional pattern, there’s something for everyone.
And that’s our fashion round-up done.