Men seem to have become more fashion-conscious which gladdens us, women. It’s so much pleasant to walk beside a stylish and trendy man instead of a scruffy-looking one.
Colors which designers offer for men this season are mostly dark: black, grey, brown, deep green, etc.They are practical and always look stylish. However, for those who love to stand out there are a few bright fall hues: orange, red and burgundy. And there are two tones which look exceptionally beautiful in fall and winter – white and beige – but they are hard to wear in fall and winter.
Black is classic, I never feel tired to be repeating that again and again. Many designers created black items. Some outfits were total black, others came combined with lighter tones.
Brown is the second neutral color and it is as popular as black. Brown looks chic but not solemn and this makes it so popular with customers.
Grey and metallic have been competing for popularity with black but none could win. And we see lots of ensembles with this hue included.
Blue didn’t penetrate into designers’ ranges so easily as the above-mentioned tints but there were lots of clothes in these hues as well.
Greens, dark green in particular, have also been chosen by some couturiers. And there is no wonder. We all miss the summer with it’s greenery and warmth.
To dilute the darker pallette yellow, ochre and a variety of beiges were used. They looked bright and a bit unexpected.
Red is the most popular color in womensswear and it just couldn’t stay away from men fashion.
Orange looks fresh and interesting too.
White looks good and noble but one has to be really bold to wear it in rainy and snowy seasons.
Plaids and stripes were introduced to many items: shirts, vests, pants, etc. These patterns give an urban outlook and a fresh perspective to men’s wardrobes.
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