Men’s fashion speaks richness, in terms of color, texture, and style this fall season. Of course, we will see some trends continuing, like the military fashion from designers like Alexander McQueen, but this fall and winter, men’s fashion will give their wardrobe the exciting boost it needs.
For the past few years, menswear has been typical and on its way to boring, like a dress shirt worn with tightly pressed khakis. However, 2011 has changed that. No more boring looks for you, guys! The preppy look, for example, seems to be a trend for this Fall. The exciting part is designers and brands have added a splash of color, real color, to bring men’s fashion back to life. For instance, take the collection straight from the runway. D&G, who showcased various colors of skinny pants, from blue and green to gray, and mixed it up with a wide variety of cardigans and jackets.
Gray is the hot and new neutral color for Fall 2011. It can be mixed with any color, even itself, as we see in Giorgio Armani and Michael Kors menswear. Yes, we all know we’ve seen it before, but this season, whether you are sporting a casual look or a business suit, gray is the way to go.
Finally, gentlemen, we shall speak of texture. Before we know it, cooler months will arrive and the winter air will press upon our cheeks. So grabbing a few of those chunky knit sweaters will keep you warm, but will also keep you styling, and they can be found at Hermes and Missioni.
Fall 2011 will dictate personality and spunk for men’s fashion, leaving “boring” out of the picture.Tags: color, D&G, Fall 2011, gray, men's fashion, menswear, texture