The Menswear Fall 2020 Fashion shows have wound to a close! We’re here to illuminate the top trends spotted on the runway and how you can actually apply them to your wardrobe.
A Pop of Color
We’re seeing a lot of head-to-toe neutrals with an accentuated pop of color. Keep your outfit grounded with shades of tan, camel, eggshell or grey and complete the look with a piece or accessory of color. We love how minimalistic flesh tones neutralize hard-to-wear brights and other colors of risk, allowing for a new way to wear hues you otherwise wouldn’t consider!
All Buttoned Up
Outerwear acts as a centerpiece, buttoned all the way to the top in a sleek approach to layers!
Maxed Out Monochrome
This trend has been building for a while, but is now in full force with interesting shades of deep plum, lavender, tan, sage, and Air Force blue. We’re also seeing less-surprising but equally sharp renditions in all black.
Want some tips on how to wear black on black?
Check out the imagery in our post #blackisback.
Hints of Vintage
Nodding to fashion geniuses of the past, we’re seeing a ton of vintage inspiration on the runway.
Fur Accents: Fur trim reminiscent of early 1900s Russia is a cozy upgrade to men’s coats. We’re seeing fur on trenches, wrap jackets, leather jackets and denim!
Waist Tie Revival: Outerwear is on board with the waist tie! Whether robe-style or belted, it adds sharpness and proportion.
High Waisted Trousers: The high rise is back! What does that do for you? A higher waisted trouser creates the illusion of longer legs, while also ending at the smallest part of the waist, creating a “triangular effect” to the torso (think: Superman).
Leather on Leather!
We’re seeing leather in rich tans, browns and muted blacks. Rather than punk-rock vibes of the past, leather is styled to feel modern, minimalist and sleek. The runway formula is as follows: leather outerwear + leather bag + leather boot.