The leaves may be falling from the trees and the sun may have stopped shining; however, you can warm up this autumn and winter with the following colours and styles and look good in the process.
London Fashion Week saw a whole host of different trends and palettes for men. Over the years, fashion has become increasingly popular. From casual daily wear and sophisticated evening wear to looks that make a statement, it is clear that men’s fashion wear is continuing to evolve.
Add some orange to your T-shirts and knitwear this season. A rusted orange shade does not just look good but also suits a wide range of skin tones. Pair it with khaki and off-whites for a lifting effect. Don’t go too overboard with the orange, however, as the last thing you want is to look like a convict.
If you like an alternative style, the good news is that purple is back. It dominated the runway at London Fashion Week and can be worn in a multitude of ways. Best paired with black and grey shades for a bold look, you could wear purple T-shirts and hoodies, or even a tricot tracksuit to stand out. Even socks can be added to the mix – try pairing them with cropped denim and Converses for a skater look.
If you enjoy a sophisticated look, forest green is the must-have colour. While the khaki palette has an enduring popularity, this shade of green will spruce up your wardrobe. It is versatile and suits T-shirts, jumpers and tracksuits. Men’s Farah shirts in this colour look perfect paired with grey trousers for an evening look and can be bought from stockists such as http://ejmenswear.com/brands/farah.
Mustard yellow might make you turn your nose up at first; however, this is a trendy colour for autumn. Bright yellow is a hard shade for many to pull off, but mustard yellow is a subtle way to include this colour in your wardrobe. It works well paired with browns, blacks, and neutral shades.
Besides colour, the key items for your wardrobe for AW17 are:
1. Knitwear with slogans sewn in.
2. Double-breasted suit jackets.
3. Roll neck tops and jumpers.
4. Corduroy trousers.
5. Wide leg trousers.
6. Faux shearling jackets.
7. Long leather coats.