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The Latest Trends in Men’s Fashion for Winter 2016
By Admin Admin 12/7/2016 6:29 AM Comments

There’s never a better time to upgrade your style than with the start of a new season. As we head into winter, now is the time to think about what new pieces you want to add to your wardrobe. Consider these four trends in men’s fashion that have been blowing up on the runway in order to get some inspiration about how to revamp your style.

 

Bold Patterns

Nothing says confidence like a boldly patterned shirt. Men’s fashion has seen an increase in patterned everything, from blazers to pants to ties. Experiment with exciting patterns and bright colours to liven up your outfit and mood. Try this floral blazer if you really want to turn heads or sport a graphic button down to spice up a plain outfit.

 

Athleisure

The athletic-inspired trend has been going strong for some time. Incorporate joggers, sweat shirts, and runners to give your look a sporty vibe. You can keep the look casual or make it more polished. Try out these suede lace-up shoes to keep your outfit hip and fresh.

 

Olive Green

Olive green is a universally flattering colour, which is why the fashion industry has been loving this hue. You can find everything from sweaters to pants to jackets in this army green shade, so you’ll have no problem incorporating it into your wardrobe. These olive green pants would make any outfit more fashionable instantly.

 

Turtle Necks

You may have hated them as a child, but this trend is back and here to stay. Keep yourself cozy in a thick turtleneck, or opt for a thinner version if you still want the chic, sophisticated style. Since this trend is so popular, you won’t have any trouble finding the colour and style that you want.

 

Fashion is about having fun and expressing yourself, so make sure you’re wearing something you feel both confident and comfortable in. As long as you're feeling your best, then you'll be looking your best. 

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