Runway trends can sometimes be difficult to carry off on a daily basis. While they may seem tricky, styling them can be fun. From quilted jackets to contrast panels, the Autumn-Winter menswear trends this season are quite interesting and investing in a few of these pieces are going to make dressing up fun.
We tell you all about the season’s latest trends and how to take it from the runway to the streets with style.
Band Collar Shirts
Band collar shirts are back and even though they’ve been around for quite some time now, this season it’s all about playing around with light layering and the band collar shirt is perfect to experiment with. Perfect for your casual and formal wardrobe, this ultra-versatile piece looks just as cool when layered with your blazer as with a pair of shorts.
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Give your weekend wardrobe an upgrade with a twin pocket designed shirt. For the weekend, you can pair it with black denims and high top sneakers or you could layer it over an all black look for a stylish casual outfit.
Your weekend wardrobe has now got a new staple and you’re definitely going to love it. Contrast panel shirts and jackets are big this season and you have to try it out. They could be paired with distressed denims or with chinos for your next brunch.
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Quilted jackets are soon going to replace your old sweatshirts and we tell you why. Along with keeping you warm on a chilly evening, it also give it that right dose of style to help you look fashionable each time you step out. You can pair it with your basics and trendy loafers. Quilted jackets, blazers and bombers, you’re going to be seeing them everywhere.
While orange may seem like a colour most men may avoid, styling it is not as tricky as it may seem. From rust brown to bright coral, the colour has an entire spectrum of shades to offer. It’s a popular trend this Autumn Winter and adding an orange colour piece to your fall wardrobe won’t do you any harm. An orange jacket can be layered over a monochrome look and completed with a pair of sneakers while an orange shirt can be paired with your favourite neutral chinos.
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