Biggest fashion trends will not be complete without talking about men’s fashion trends. As we end and conclude the last bit of 2019 or this decade, we’re sure that most of you are already looking forward to the future. And particularly for our fashion folks out there, we’re excited to look at what’s in store for 2020 men’s fashion! In this article, we have some inside information on what next year’s biggest trends in menswear are.
The first menswear season of the new decade will be Spring-Summer 2020 and we can see how far we’ve developed if we compare it to this time, last decade. The last several years have been about invigorating yet evaluating the traditional silhouettes like a suit into a retro-futuristic silhouette. As we start a new decade of style, we’ve stored inventory of the coolest menswear trends in current times and these are the ones will triumph next year!
Extremely Soft Satin Everyday Suits
Light-weight and classy throw-overs are a must-have in your wardrobe as far as spring and early summer goes. This style is a key staple to large brands such as Zegna, Louis Vuitton and Dior Winter ‘19 collections; and we would be seeing plenty of summer layering in everyday life. Fabrics such as satin or silk if properly stitched can be a beautiful piece for spring and early summer 2020.
The answer for your Chelsea boredom is simpler than you’d think: a partly higher rise and a zipper down the side is all it takes to turn your most reliable boots feel brand new.
Some people call it a purse, or ‘murse’, and we don’t even know the reason why the online world obsessed with two bizarre accessorizing themes like the fanny packs oversized bags. It’s a delight when we see a new men’s accessory.
These bags are usually small, compact and that comes with some utility. The history of cross-body bags dates back from our nostalgic utility-driven carrier from the ‘90s that made its comeback as a menswear vogue in 2019 in the form of an amazing accessory. Away from the runways, it works as an outstanding everyday essential and a great summer accessory to spice up a look.
Before, thin gold chains and simple silver signet rings were amazing for getting yourself attuned to wearing some flash, but now it’s the chance to turn into turbo. You may wear A$AP Rocky-approved pearl necklace, forever/cool dangly earring, or a punkish gold bracelet from Tiffany’s new men’s line (also provides a great anklet); all of these are entirely up to you.
Athleisure this year will be incorporated with future-retro or nostalgia. Streetwear clothing and style is nearly the same with old-school silhouettes at this time. You can see this in our sneakers, shirts, and their fits too. It’s considered to be one of the menswear trends that continuously reemerge with a new avatar.
Initially, the retro runners, next are puffy jackets, and accessories also. Everyone can expect to see more of this in 2020, the mix of suiting and athleisure could be a brilliant theme for this to extend towards as well.
Layering of Leather
Every day seems to be a leather weather when you possess a smooth cowhide shirt on hand to shake up your fits with just the proper quantity of classy shabby.
If you want to be a little sexier this 2020, the easiest and effortless trend that you can consider is to avoid wearing a shirt next time when you wear a suit, and be confident in how hot you look, showing some chest cleav!
Oversized Jackets and Shirts
It’s time to go back to the ‘80s with a supersized blazer. Big and in-charge, give a new taste on the integral suit jacket by taking it up a few sizes. Either it’s pinstripe or a solid, this is a nice way to give a retro spin on a modern style without looking very formal. Pick a fit that’s slightly larger than the regular fit or be all out with something huge. It presented huge acclaim in 2018 and 2019 and we’re anticipating it to win in 2020 as well.
Non-Motorcycles Leather Jackets
Moto jackets are not yet out of style, don’t get it wrong. However, those lengthy, smooth leather jackets are making a comeback today. Adam Sandler surely did a great job.
Make sure that it’s a 2020 trend by inserting a street style twist to it. Try not to pair the jacket with jeans only. Wear it with your favourite off-duty look, like the runway shot above.
If you have the abs, hot tattoos, nice chest, and whatever you got going on under there with a sheer top. Partner it with a laidback suit for an amazing night out, or a loose, sheer shirt in the summer. It doesn’t only add big points to your style, but it also gives a breath of fresh air. Major breezy points!
Well, this may sound a bit funny but it will be a year of hobbit feet! Textures that will emerge on all manner of footwear right now are furry and fuzzy appearance that is ideal for liberating Middle-Earth or at least gravitating a few heads at a dinner party.
Big Stompy Boat Shoes
These boat shoes were once the favourite of that huge-armed, red-chinoed rower in your university halls, are now for the everyman. After the comeback of prep at large, convert yourself from the Tarquins and Hugos with a big, chunky, sole. Have some increased height, and added kudos from American-made label Yuketen.
The Higher the Waist, the Better
Whatever type of pants you wear, it’s not enough anymore for your pants to be big. Instead, try searching for style inspirations from Harry Styles. They need to sit high on—or above—your waist as possible. It should be higher than your parents’ expectations! Tighter belts also signify higher waists, so say thank you to Lanvin, Gucci and Harry Styles, of course. They’re back with poise but less economic obscurity this time around. Author Bio: Ivandrea Ollero is a daytime writer for Northern Menswear, an online streetwear store run from Manchester that provides quality service 24hrs a day and 7 days a week. She is also a content crafter who researches and writes custom content about travel, fashion, finance, business, home improvements, health, and beauty in order to provide helpful information and tips for her readers. Ivandrea graduated from St. Scholastica’s College Manila, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism in 2016.