There are fashion trends and then there are fashion statements. We take you through both and then some. The statements are the wow looks. They’re fresher, More now, More unique. Here are the trends to watch out for this 2016;
Men’s fashion trends are greatly different to women’s. They exist, yes. But their cycle moves much slower. Nowhere is that truer than of men’s suit trends. Note from the get-go that they’re not unique to the year – in fact, many of the key looks you’ll find will still be in-fashion come next year and beyond. Which is a great thing – it means you can afford to spend more on a suit thus buying a quality piece of workmanship that you’ll still be able to wear for many a year to come. The same can’t be said of most fashion trends.
But what styles, cuts and cloths should you be looking for?
You’ll find terms such as skinny and slim peppered throughout this tailoring trends guide, but fear not: We are not referring to the ‘skinny boy’ suit popular a few years back; with proponents of that style having themselves moved on to other styles, the skinny boy suit has had it’s day. But, despite this, the terms of skinny and slim remain simply because unstructured, boxy suit cuts are out of fashion. So there, from the get go, as we describe the suit cuts you should be looking for this season and beyond we have to say it: you’re looking for a slim cut; and we use slim as opposed to skinny to describe the on-trend cut as your investment in a good suit should be in something that is neither overly-skinny nor overly boxy, but instead a suit cut that would appeal to a military officer, one that accents a sense of the masculine through three key silhouette elements:
Check out our fashion guides for kids this 2016 to keep your little fashionista on trend.