To pair nicely with the large shoulders of female coats, men are also taking it back to the boom of 80s and Wall Street glory. Whether you work in corporate or not, looking stylish in office wear is a major player this fall. Big shoulders, sharp angles and a fancy tie are all in vogue.
Fashion superstars are also in agreement that red is this fall’s color star. Including bright red and the more reserved darker hues, anything worn on the outside regardless of being a top or bottom is welcome to boast a loud and proud warm look.
Unlike women, men often accent their limited range of hairstyles with a wide range of hats. This year, the beret is in. French in origin, it is an unassuming addition to virtually any wardrobe that keeps the head warm while tying together the ensemble.
Warm and comfy, sportswear is often coming in and out of fashion circles. This year, virtually every form of fitness gear is in. From padded outer jackets to full track suits, men are welcome to embrace the casual side of haute couture.
This year, the 70s are making a comeback on the runway. From rugged, long hair and wild beards to odd shapes on sweaters and form fitting pants, the classic looks of rebellion and disco are returning for an updated go.