When it comes down to a stylish fall, interesting attire seems to be the norm. From three piece suits to hoodies, here are some of the more popular trends coming to a closet near you this fall.
For the Office:
For men, the three piece suit says it all. With buttons on the jacket and vest, this suit combination makes for a young and inspirational look. It’s versatility at work is admirable as well since it can become a two piece suit, minus the vest, or remove the jacket and you have the pants and shirt. This is a definite win, win situation at the office.
Another new influx of fashion to the men’s world is the new double-breasted suit sport coats which are a flash back to a different era. Wools with large patterns are back and can look mighty sporty with jeans. Add a sweater under the jacket, over a checked cotton shirt and you are a man of all temperatures. There are no rules this fall; polka-dot shirts with checked, wool sport jackets are out there.
The word on shoes this fall is “buckles”. Buckles on shiny leather or buckles on wing tips tend to be the shoe trend this coming fall. Casual or formal shoes must have buckles.
For shoe fashion at home, look for “We Are Saints Kennedy SS Espadrille”. These are comfortable, yet hit the style-o-meter for your at-home attire. They can be found at www.reemclothing.com. They come in a multitude of colors to help make your fashion statement.
Hoodies are always a good choice. This year, look for hoodies of all types of materials and patterns; from polka-dots to plaids in fleece or cotton/polyester, these hoodies can say it all. The zip front trend is availing, but pull-overs are still out there.
For the casual shirt under your hoodie, you will find lots of different colors and styles. From cotton prints to stripes, there are too many patterns to follow this fall. There seems not to be a norm.
Casual jeans are still the trend with low-waisted, straight legged, baggy jeans being the fall wave this year.
Whatever style you wish to go, you will get a good start on your fall wardrobe by keeping your eyes open. Find the things that catch your eye and build your wardrobe around that. You will be able to set up a wardrobe for fall that will fit your lifestyle and leave money in your pocket.