Men’s Trends Round up for this Autumn

Words by Beth Pembrook

We may all hate to admit it, but summer is coming to a close. The nights are slowly drawing in and soon, the leaves will have started to fall. On the upside, autumn is a great time of the year in terms of men’s fashion. It’s a time you don’t have to bare all, but don’t have to cover up a good outfit with a huge coat. Here’s some of the key looks that will be everywhere this Autumn…

Lou Dalton

Lou Dalton

Wider Legs
This is something you may have noticed has been popping up a lot over the summer, and the winter it’s going to get even bigger. Gone are the days of testing just how tight you can get your leg wear before something gets crushed or falls off. People are moving closer to straighter legs, which come in a great range of fittings. Try utilising turn ups for a customised finish.

Polo Ralph Lauren

Polo Ralph Lauren

Duffle Coat
The original mod coat, there hasn’t really been a time when the parka hasn’t been in style since it’s rise to fashion heights in the 1980’s. This year, brands like Canadian Goose have shot to fame with celebrities lapping them up. The more economy priced versions on the high street from brands like Good for Nothing Clothing, more typically known for their mens tracksuits, are looking to blow up this Autumn. It’s a stable piece that not only makes sure you look on point, but also genuinely keeps you warm.

Christopher Raeburn

Christopher Raeburn

Back to Basics
You may be pleased to know that this season less is definitely going to be more. People seem to have grown bored of the fast fashion that is continuously changing and moving from trend to trend, bringing some classic and super simplistic pieces. Think lots of neutral colours – try and stick to beige, greys and black.

R.M. Williams

R.M. Williams

Suede Shoes
With its instant luxe feel, this Autumn suede is King – especially in the footwear department. Whether you opt for classic suede camel boots, or the more relaxed suede trainer from brands like Android Homme or New Balance, suede should definitely be involved.

Gieves & Hawkes

Gieves & Hawkes

Check it
The time has come for you to bring back your inner lumber jack! Checked shirts, checked legwear, checked everything will be huge this season. If you’re in need of a splash of colour in your look then this is the style can really utilise. Switch it up by layering with a classic roll neck and teaming with your new suede camel boots.

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