Changing Trends Bring Edgy Looks

It’s time to start thinking about fall fashion. Fall 2016 men’s fashion trends are making their way from the runway to the streets this year beginning with denim.

Denim

Denim was seen everywhere on the runways this year. It’s showing up in more than just jeans. Denim jackets layered over denim shirts are one of the hot trends this fall. In the cool of autumn, this trend will keep you warm and still maintain a rugged, relaxed look. You can find it in different colors, washes, and weights to be sure that you find a fit that’s right for you.

Embroidery

What was once only seen on your grandmother’s sweater and pants has found its way into mainstream menswear. Designers like Gucci and Louis Vuitton have managed to make embroidery a menswear statement piece. Everything from shirts to the jean cuffs are stable enough to support embroidery and look fantastic once embellished.

Bomber Jackets

A spiced up version of the traditional bomber jacket is now the hottest way to make a statement. Whether they are found in bright colors or large prints, they can be used to stand out from the crowd. Sleeves, fronts, and backs of the jackets are often a place for embroidery, combining two of the season’s trends. The best part, they are comfortable and are made in everything from leather to lightweight cotton. Incorporate the season’s hottest print, camo and you’re sure to have a winning look.

Trousers

A wide leg trouser has been the fashion for the last couple of seasons. This fall wide legs go to new extremes. Extreme wide legs with a leather sandal are the right combination to stay on trend. Worn with a sleek white shirt, you’ll look stylish and sharp.

Belted

Belted trench coats in black, mustard, and gray have made their way back to the runway. Waist definition of all kinds is on trend. Wide leather belts worn over military style shirts accentuate the natural waist and give masculine definition.

White Shirt

The classic white shirt has developed a few twists and turns this season. Lapels are taking on new shapes. Slim cuts are giving way to a loose cut with sharp points. Embroidery has also found its way to the white shirt making them anything but traditional. A beautifully ironed shirt always looks put together and ready for a day in the city or in the office.

Menswear is usually more traditional than women’s but this season it’s taking a few risks. Incorporating feminine forms of decoration to create looks that are edgy and unique, this fall will be an exciting time to experiment with fashion.