While average fashion lovers had no qualms in 2015 about the increasing popularity of menswear in the female wardrobe, this year, it’s the male fashion lovers who are worried. As it turns out, this concern is well justified as menswear sales are experiencing their slowest rate ever.
The majority of men nowadays go for classic looks and would rather leave their shoes at home rather than experiment with a trendy party look. A large percentage of men also reveals a serious preference for good, traditional menswear even when it’s passed that trendy menswear is the current trend.
While the traditional types keep getting updated with respect to the current trends, as every year goes by, old styles are taking a bulk of the pie as well. In a few years, this seemingly eternal trend of menswear will be replaced by what fashion experts are calling the ” retro look “in a Wild West kind of way.
On the other side, modern menswear styles are Eater of the Square destinations, which are Lucio Cho, Gianfranco Ferre, reported fabrics, and super thin jean material in a variety of different colors. One of the most eye-catching trends this season to take from the male fashion arena is the revitalization of the uniformed menswear-inspired look, which is also intended to be wrapped up in a versatile way.
This is also the year when tie patterns return to mainstream menswear with a vengeance. Most of the tie bases in fashion according to expert fashion 71% will have at least one thing tie-like in their outlook, whether it’s a thick vertical line or color. This year the most Opulent tie styles make a comeback, with fabrics such as silk or wool and modern machine tie and tie loops.
Asymmetrical designs are also popular with a vengeance. This aims to alleviate the pain caused by the ubiquitous and iconic menswear and girly styles such as the commonly observed power ties and bowties. Some hot styles include a unique tie shape, long tie, solid color ties, ties with keyhole weaving, or asymmetrical ties with a matt finish.
It seems that the fashion community has acknowledged the popularity of self-pleated menswear pants and the overall trend is expected to last for some time. Part of this fashion revival is also undoubtedly due to a willingness to do without luxury accessories in favor of power and comfort. For menswear, it’s all about atmosphere and non-metric fashion.
In the quest to find out what’s hot in 2016 it’s important to consider what’s already your favorite designers and also their perspective. Winter and autumn season releases often constitute a comprehensive reading for fashion fans.
In France, Forziere promises an array of non-metric and luxury trends intended as a bridge to winter, with a fusion between a classic perennial favorite, heritage fabric and a golden age. True Religion is one of the season’s big winners, celebrating its 40th anniversary as a brand and looking forward to a decades-long celebration of its iconic line, a spirit that propelled the brand to greatness. Understated luxury is also delicious, posh but without overkill, a spirit that notations of opulence, but without indulgence. I think it’s safe to assume that the smarter, dapper Cameron looked a tad bit envious as the star of the Superman movie, Fahrenheitquelle.