Connecting Fashion Around The World
While women are often pinned with the idea that they care the most about clothing trends, men actually get in on this scene quite often whether they know it or not. While nearly all men have several classics residing in their closets, many are also sucked in by trends from the past few years. Here are a few options straight from the 2018 runways to help you look cool, casual and comfortable.
Both of these patterns have been used quite often over the years with the most notable time in recent history being the Eighties. However, the horizontal stripe of yesteryear has now been updated into the classy vertical stripe and is showing up on all types of shirts and even on some blazers. The trendiest stripes are narrow stripes in classic colors.
Another style making a comeback from the Eighties is light wash denim, fondly called the dad style. The popularity of this style is based on its extreme comfort level due to the typical roomier, relaxed fit. To keep this light color trendy, choose cropped or rolled pant legs, and wear it with casual t-shirts.
Pink remains in for confident men who love to show off their adventurous side. However, do not stray to the neon pink of the 80s. Instead, stick with the extremely light blush color, which can be worn successfully with nearly any color.
Another popular color in 2018 is camel, which owes its roots to military clothing. If you are truly brave, try wearing shades of this color from head to toe as a statement. For a more classic appearance suitable for the office, try a camel colored trench coat or blazer, and wear it with other neutrals.
Athleisure has made its way over from the women’s side as men have begun to see why it is so popular. These pieces, such as options from Free Fly clothing, bring the comfort of the weekend to weekday work designs and cross well from morning into evening. Jogger-style pants are huge right now as are pants with vertical side stripes. Plus, you can pair these styles with more traditional pieces as well.
Much of what was once old is now young again. Many of the styles popular during the Eighties are now popular again, and even the Nineties are making a comeback. Do not feel as if you must choose some of the shocking styles straight off the runway. Instead, try toned-down versions that are sold in many nationwide department stores and boutiques.