Today’s world of fashion caters to more than just models and Hollywood celebrities. Media has made the world of fashion accessible to the general public. People are exposed to the ever-evolving fashion trends through media like TV, newspapers, the internet, and all other forms of communication. As we know, fashion changes with every season of every year. We have picked some of the latest and most wearable fashion trends for men.
- Leather Jacket
- Floral Prints
- Large Checks
- All-Over Denim
- Tonal Tailoring
- Utility Vests
- Washed Denim
Leather will be in style season after season due to its attractiveness, toughness, and classic appeal. And one of the wisest fashion investments you’re ever likely to make is a cropped leather jacket. Although it won’t be inexpensive, it will be durable.
When it comes to fashion, a traditional motorcycle jacket or Cafe Racer silhouette is a versatile and manly choice that can be worn all year long. This season, brands like The Jacket Maker and Belstaff have some great options in this category. Try a sheepskin-lined aviator like those sold by Schott or Saint Laurent if you need a little extra weight. They were originally made to keep fighter pilots from freezing to death at 20,000 feet, but they’ll keep you just as warm when you’re back on solid ground.
In recent years, as athleisure has become more popular, sweatpants have transitioned from the gym to the casual wardrobe. But if the fall/winter fashion shows are any indication, they have advanced once more and are now a crucial component of daily attire.
Let’s face it: if the past few years have taught us anything, it is that the elastic waistband is one of the finest inventions of all time. Since designers like Dior were aware of this, they almost exclusively wore sweatpants on their models, pairing them with overcoats, tailoring, and more casual clothing like bomber jackets.
One of the major trends of the past five years has been a return to the 1970s, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down. It takes the form of floral designs a la grandma’s curtains for the fall/winter season, which is a lot more wearable than it sounds. Bold flower prints have been splashed on shorts, shirts, and tailored clothing by everyone from Paul Smith to Kenzo.
Checks are always in style in some capacity. But this year, the windowpane, buffalo, and Black Watch tartan are the ones to keep an eye on during the winter months. One of the easiest ways to incorporate these patterns into your everyday wardrobe is through the use of an overshirt or flannel shirt.
One of the greatest materials of all time is denim. It probably makes up a large portion of your current clothing, whether in the form of jeans, shirts, or jackets. It is sturdy and has tonnes of texture. However, we wouldn’t often advise donning a denim-only outfit from head to toe. Until we saw the fall and winter productions, that is.
Workwear elements were paired in dark indigo by a variety of labels, including Kenzo, which is currently run by Nigo, the founder of A Bathing Ape, effortlessly. If you’re going to try it, choose a loose silhouette, and don’t be afraid to show some skin.
This year, we might prefer the parka above other coats. Parkas are big, bold, and can be draped over just about anything, whether they are in a fishtail style with mod influences or something more appropriate for an arctic excursion. They can dress up casual clothing or dress down tailoring, which contrasts with a blazer’s sleek lines.
This season, many of fashion week’s best designers tried to redefine the suit once more. Although relaxed casual clothing has displaced tailoring as the preferred style, tailoring is making a comeback in fresh and intriguing ways.
Tonality is one of the simplest ways to approach it. Models wore off-white wool suits with matching shirts and ties at the late Virgil Abloh’s farewell Louis Vuitton show. But in other places, we’ve seen navy blue suits worn with comparable knitwear and dark grey suits worn with coordinating T-shirts.
The workwear trend has been popular for a while and isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. The issue is that heavy-duty combat pants, chore jackets, and flannel shirts often perform better in the fall and winter.
The utility vest is the solution. This is a piece of clothing typically worn by fishermen, hikers, or smugglers in a galaxy far, far away. It has several pockets and a zip closing. However, it will be useful if you want to add a touch of practical style to your summer rig.
Although dark or raw denim is a true menswear staple, it becomes unusable in hot weather. Fortunately, the issue has a fix for this season. It is more relaxed, a few shades lighter, and goes with practically everything. Mid-wash denim was featured heavily in the spring/summer menswear designs, and it appears that it might be sticking around this time.