What are the latest men’s fashion trends for Winter 2013-14?
The classic yet original men’s three-piece suit is one of the must have pieces for winter 2013-14, seen on the runways of Milan, but also in Paris, London and New York showcased by numerous brands, such as Prada, Armani, Scervino and Gucci. The three-piece suit makes its return after having been considered out-of-date for a long time with modern variations that can be worn to many occasions. In order to dress fashionably but with style.
On the same wavelength is the double-breasted jacket, showcased by the best brands of the fashion industry: A medium lenght coat is one of the latest men’s fashion trends for this winter, specially in the shades of ocher or burgundy in fabrics like velvet. Velvet fabrics in fact, are back – bringing back the retrò glamour style. The fabric is not unapproachable, instead very wearable and stylish for fresh and youthful outfits, combining for example a rudy-red velvet pant with a grey pullover.
Bomber Jackets instead, bring us back to the 80s’, the jacket is available in most of the men’s fashion collections, which makes it a key piece for the winter. It’s a garment that has made history before and returns now bringing sporty yet chic atmosphere to the casual clothing. This versitile garment with its clean lines is a perfect match with blue jeans or even with a pair of velvet trousers.
It seems that classic and sober style as well as practical garments, which are easy to fit in to any wardrobe, are IN this winter. Checks however, bring a little bit of vividness – in both men’s and women’s fashion. You can find checks everywhere, from coats to shirts and sweaters. Hints of Scottish tartan give a nice touch of creativity and fun to any outfit. In addition to checks, knitwear continues to have a special place in men’s fashion, from jackets and scarves to pullovers and cardigans, wool knits are classic garments in any man’s wardrobe – to warm up the cold Dicember weather!
What do you think of these winter 2013-14 fashion trends?