Connecting Fashion Around The World
For 2018, most men will be able to get by with some classic pieces sifted from their wardrobes, a handful of trendy new statement pieces and a few tailoring tweaks. This year’s selection of men’s styles at stores such as Be.Bespoke finally gives you a way to express yourself rather than feeling that you must meet a specific dress code that is boring and only inclusive of neutral colors. Check out these five trends that should be easy enough to add into any wardrobe.
It is time to let go of your matching two or three-piece suits and mix things up a bit. A statement jacket will make you stand out from the crowd and show off your unique personality. Consider plaid, tropical prints, tweed or even velvet. Just be sure to keep your choice appropriate to the season.
Instead of just wearing your athletic apparel to the gym, try bringing nicer pieces of athleisure to your workday wear. Choose moderately tailored bottoms with drawstrings and plenty of room around the hips and waist. Additionally, pants with stripes down the sides are in too.
While you may feel tied to the simplicity of neutrals, such as gray, black, navy and khaki, now is the time to try some new colors. Pastels are perfect for the summer with their light, airy feel. Just be sure to choose colors that look best with your complexion. All white outfits are another great way to stand out from the crowd.
2018 fashion is actually headed back to the 1980s when country club and boating styles of clothing reigned supreme. Blue Oxford shirts, polo shirts and boat shoes are right back in style today. Pinstripes and checks are good choices for those who want less risky fashion choices.
If you have bottoms that you already like and you want to bring them into the current age, you can get them cropped at a tailor’s shop. You can also find this style at many shops selling custom men’s clothing in NJ. Always be sure to go sock-less with this style.
Although fashion always seems to be changing, you may quickly notice that what was once old is now new again. Always hang on to the classic clothing in your closet, because trends typically circle around and bring back what was truly memorable from a past age. For this year, however, focus on putting your own personal stamp on your clothing whether with color, statement pieces or prints.