Generally, when we ask ourselves what can a man wear for fall and winter, the primary answers are overcoats, trench coats, and in somewhere denim coat. these are the basic and classic items which are proper for every time and everywhere. The second answer is the variety of men’s garments is very low! But the fashion trends are belonging to men too! Even for cold weather. So, we want to talk about the best men’s fashion trends for Fall/Winter 2020-2021 that help you enjoy wearing a variety of warm clothes. Here you find the best-selected men’s trends for having the best fall and winter style.
It is fair to say that the fashion runways want to review the old memories for 2021. Bomber jackets, shearling jackets, cardigans, and classic pants designed by the inspiration of old fashions have been seen in fall/winter collections lots of times.
One step to forward: Men’s fashion trend for Spring/summer 2021.
There is nothing more pleasing to a man than saying to put aside different bags which used for carrying personal stuff. It’s time to use functional clothes because they are the trend now. In addition, their special material – such as nylon & wax canvas – is very useful to keep the body warm in winter and protect from getting wet in rainy weather.
Left to Right: Dolce & Gabbana, Balmain, Gorgio Armani
Leather & more Leather!
I think an all-leather style represents a strong and of course mysterious character. For the fall/winter trend, it does not matter what kind of clothes are in leather or even what color they are. It is enough to have a leather cover from top to bottom.
Left to Right: Givenchy, Prada, Fendi, Balmain
The monochrome style was seen more in men’s runway with pastel, neon, and bright colors.
To make a monochrome outfit stand out, stick to one pattern, and pair it with pieces in a similar color. You don’t necessarily need to have pieces in the exact same shade to make this look work. And if you’re feeling a bit more adventurous, try adding a contrasting pop of color in your shoes or accessories.
Left to Right: Balmain, Balenciaga, Acne studios, Armani
Despite the fact that sheepskin has been around since prehistoric times and is a great, super warm material for winter, a shearling jacket or coat is not the most common choice when it comes to outerwear. So why is that? Well, a shearling jacket does give off a more casual, badass-meets-street style vibe, which is not for everybody.
Left to Right: Loewe, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana
Gloves for Men’s Fashion Trend
Gloves become an essential accessory for fall/winter trends especially those with long sleeves.
Left to Right: Dior, Armani, Dries Van Noten
Wide Leg, High Waist Pants
Maybe you don’t expect to see the vintage men’s pants again. but this is a serious fashion trend for men that most designers have arranged them in their collections with a retro vibe. Imagine how would be snug a wide leg high waist pants for a formal style at work or meeting.
Left to Right: Fendi, Balmain, Kiko Kostadinov
Fake fur, also called faux fur, is known as pile fabric, which is engineered to have the appearance and warmth of animal fur. They are proper for a casual style. If you are short or plus size it’s better to avoid this trend.
Left to Right: Armani, Fendi, Dior
Big boots have always been attractive for fall, and it’s good to see more of them in the fall and winter of 2021.
Left to Right: Dries Van Noten, Prada, Fendi
A warm color, warm up your body. Fashion trend wants us to wear sharp red color. For a formal style that may not be appropriate warning red, choose Rosewood, Auburn, Carmine, or Burgundy.
Left to Right: Givenchy, Balmain, Kiko Kostadinov
Check prints with large and small squares have seriously entered the men’s fashion trend. Before, we saw them in fall/winter 2016-2017 men’s fashion. If you want to know how to wear patterned or printed clothes, read the Patterns Style Guide.
Left to Right: Loewe, Vetements, Prada
Take a look at your old suitcase and transfer the cardigan jackets to your wardrobe. It’s an economic trend to be able to reuse your vintage clothes.
Left to Right: Hermes, Massimo Alba, Salvatore Ferragamo