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Men's Fashion: 6 Trends for Fall & Winter

10/17/2011 Whit and Whit 0 Comments


It's fall, so guys it's time to shop for some clothes to keep you warm as the weather turns cold. Last year we covered a few trends for men, and this year we are back with 6 of the hottest trends for fall and winter, as seen on runways and male celebs.


We examined GQ's trend report on men's fashion from the runways, and we picked out the hottest and combined a few. Let's take a look at these hot trends and find out what items you can go shop for this season.


Chunky knits are the perfect way to keep warm this year. As far as prints, the nordic and Fair Isle prints are popular this year. Junya Watanabe has showcased these prints in their collection (as seen on Lloyd during a recent visit to 106 & Park). Turtlenecks are making a comeback and bulky cardigans and blazers are also popular. Check out what we found:




The preppy style has been seen on a few ballers like Lebron James, Carmelo Anthony and Andre Iguodala this year. The style is defined by stripes, chambray, varsity cardigans, khaki pants, mini ties and wing tips. Get your preppy style with these picks:




This year try combining multiple shade shades of gray for a fresh neutral look:




GQ covered a few coat and jacket styles on the runways of some the hottest designer collections. Ski, tweed, military, duffle and varsity styles will all be popular. The varsity jacket made a return this year, as it was also popular last year. Some styles never go away. Take a look at the coats and jackets we found:




Scarves are a great way to finish a winter look and keep warm at the same time. It's the last accessory you need to add style to a look. There are so many ways to wear it: you can wrap it around, let it hang low or throw it over your shoulder. Check out these scarves we found:




Get your grown man swag and dress for success in a tailored suit and nice boots/dress shoes. Take notes from celebs like Jay-Z, Drake, Trey Songz and Scott Disick:

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