We would not recommend following fashion trends. We are proud to do the opposite. But if you’re looking to inject a little freshness into your wardrobe, or want to spice up your everyday staples, it’s worth paying attention to what’s going on in the often confusing world of clothes.

 

This is not a list of disposable, flash-in-the-pan trends. Rather, we decided to focus on the future classics that so happen that their time is now in the spotlight. These are the trending pieces we will wear ourselves – they are easy to incorporate into your existing rotation and will stay stylish for years to come.

From the return of military style to the constant relaxation of silhouettes, these are the most wearable fashion trends for men this year.

Key Fall/Winter Trends

Leather

Due to its good looks, roughness and timeless appeal, leather will continue to be a trend winter after winter. And a cropped leather jacket is one of the most sound style investments you will probably ever make. It won’t be inexpensive, but it will last a lifetime.

When it comes to style, a classic motorcycle jacket or Cafe Racer silhouette makes your choice versatile and masculine that can be worn all year round, with the likes of the Jacket maker and Belstaff offering some excellent options this season. If you’re looking for a little extra ballast, try a sheepskin aviator like those offered by Schott or Saint Laurent. Original designed to stop wrestler pilots freezing to passed away when they’re 20,000 feet up, they’ll keep you as warm back on solid ground.

Sweatpants

Sweatpants graduated from the gym to the casual wardrobe with the rise of athleisure a few years ago. But if the fall/winter shows are anything to go, they’ve moved on again, becoming a staple part of everyday wear.

Let’s face it, if the last few years have taught us anything, it is that the elastic waistband is one of the greatest inventions of all time. Knowing this, the likes of Dior dressed almost all of its models in sweatpants, mixing them with tailoring and overcoats as well as more laid-back garments such as Bomber Jackets.

Floral Prints

Returning to the 70s has been one of the overarching trends of the last five years, and it shows no sign of slowing down. For the fall / winter season, it is represented as the floral prints of la grandma’s curtains, which are much more wearable than it sounds. Everyone from Paul Smith to Kenzo was there, splashing heavy flowers on shorts, shirts and tailoring.

We recommend keeping it to one statement piece per outfit and, as always, making sure the rest of your look is nice and relaxed.

Large Checks

Checks are always trending in some way, shape or form. But for the colder months this year a Black Watch tartan, Buffalo and window are the ones to watch. There are countless ways to work these patterns into your everyday wardrobe, but one of the simplest is in a medium overshirt or flannel shirt.

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