Men’s Fashion: 7 Unmissable Winter Trends
We are on the brink of winter and men’s fashion has never been more exciting. If you are wondering what is on the catwalks in time for the colder months, you have a treat in store. With a mixture of soothing materials, bold colors and statement jewelry, the current men’s fashion trends are ones not to be missed. Take a look at what is top of the trend board and get your winter fashion inspiration.
If you haven’t got a pair of corduroy trousers in your wardrobe, now is the time to go shopping. Corduroy will be all over the streets of every fashion capital, and if you are a lover of the material, you will be happy to know that you don’t have to hold back. You will see trousers available in every color under the sun and designers are telling us it is okay to wear corduroy on corduroy. So, if you are ready to embrace the trend, you will need a slim corduroy suit ASAP. To make the look more edgy, pair your trousers with a black leather jacket.
There is something about the color camel that exudes elegance. In the past, a man would only need to have one element of camel in his outfit for everyone to know he takes pride in his appearance. This winter, camel is about so much more than one piece of the outfit. You can now wear camel head to toe and play around with different shades and tones to create an outfit where every piece complements the next. If you want to add a pop of color to your camel, go for baby or navy blue.
Chunky jewelry on men hasn’t always been at the height of fashion. However, this year, women aren’t the only ones who get to express themselves with jewelry. For example, a gold chunky chain around the neck or wrist is a fantastic way to set off corduroy and camel outfits. Take a look at https://www.frostnyc.com/collections/men-s-gold-chains for some examples. Men are also upgrading wedding rings to chunkier versions, similar to signet rings.
If someone were to have said that the color moss green would be as big as it is this year a few years ago, they would have been laughed at. However, seeing the color in all its glory on the run way, it is easy to see why it is one of the must have colors for men’s winter wardrobes. This rich, deep color is ideal for those darker, colder days and works well on everything, from casual wear to tailored suits and jackets. The biggest advantage is that it suits any skin tone, so it isn’t a color anyone needs to be afraid to wear.
Why should men miss out on the warmth of a roll-neck? With roll necks, practicality meets fashion and trend. They are so sought after for the winter that they are now available in every color, every thickness and every style. If you want a roll neck you can rely on again and again as a go-to option, a thin camel roll neck should be your choice. It is ideal for wearing underneath a suit jacket on a cold day and you can pair it with jeans for a smart-casual look when spending time with friends.
While the material silk doesn’t exactly scream warmth, we all know that winter brings with it a lot of seasonal parties. So, what good would a men’s fashion guide be without something to wear to the office Christmas get-together? A silk shirt is the ideal way to impress, and this year you have a better selection than ever before. Of course, silk doesn’t stop there. You can also indulge in silk pajamas and designers are even putting forth ideas like silk basketball shirts.
Deep orange coat
Orange has seemed to be more of a fall color, but it is slowly taking over the winter trends. The thing about orange is it is one of the best colors for adding a pop of brightness to any ensemble. And, who doesn’t need a pop of color during the winter? So, if you are ready to add some orange to your wardrobe, the best way to do it is with a thick winter coat. Go for a deep orange woolen coat that will keep you warm and add some flare to those boring work colors you are forced to wear every day.
Men’s fashion doesn’t have to be boring, and this winter, it certainly isn't!
Article by Grace Coates
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