The Top 5 Trends of Men’s Winter Fashion

A guide to men’s styling and fashionable winter wear this year. Get an inside scoop of what is going to be the trend this year and what has already become so. Get set go!

1. Cardigans: 

Cardigans are in vogue this winter and have hit back with a bang. All of you, who are a fan of sweaters, take out the neutral shades from your wardrobe and get them dry-cleaned. Bulky cardigans are a big no, it will make you look larger and bulkier than you already are and this winter it is all about style, is it not?

2. Tweed:

The tweed gives men the look nothing else gives. The unique thing about tweed is that it never goes out of fashion no matter which year we are moving in. While choosing tweed, go for the warm variety in warm shades to escalate your fashion meter. This year, the male models are walking on the ramp donning tweed coats, trousers and blazers and I tell you it looks awesome.

3. Waistcoats:

I don’t know if you have heard or not but waist coats are making a big style statement this year around. Check out different men’s magz and you will see every other model wearing it. Waistcoats are sexy and chic and gel together with chinos, jeans and polo shirts.

4. Velvet: 

Velvet may sound a bit gaudy too but the black and various shades of gray in velvet have been called the fabric of the season by a number of designers. Most of the men do not like to go bold with velvet so they can go subtle with velvet collared jackets instead.

5. Military flavor:

One of the really hot styles that are in the air is the modified look of military. Mix up air force blue and army green with an aviator jacket or a shearling to look trendy and stay warm. It’s a novel way to look professionally stylish. Do try it.

Give winters a cool and chilly welcome with style. Winter 2012 is the time to give your wardrobe an update and catch up with what’s trendy.

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