Men's Fashion Fix - April

Men's Fashion Fix - April

For a directional look this autumn, opt for an extra thin, braided leather belt with exaggerated length or alternatively, a thin double wrap belt.  For a more commercial look go for a medium width and traditional length.

A multi-layered mix of neutral and off-white tones with a greyed-off edge, putty colours feel new yet comfortably familiar. Putty also offers a happy alternative for those who like to avoid the just-purchased bright white look.

Patterns and printed designs add depth and playfulness to frames this autumn. From laser etching and print, through to high-contrast combinations of acetate, this surface update is becoming increasingly commercial.

Septum rings are seen accessorising a range of looks throughout this season. Both gold and silver are noted. Simple horseshoe rings drive this item, with elaborate, decorative styles important for the youth markets.

Olive green is one of the season’s more commercial colour trends. Outdoor and military influences make this tone perfect for accessories, updating items such as bags, belts, hats and beanies.

Wide-brimmed, statement making styles emerge as a key silhouette, well suited to the younger markets. Structured shapes, in classic colourways emphasise a more sartorial look, while brighter shades are more playful.

This perennial floral trend displays exquisite hand painted florals and masterpiece botanics printed on dark grounds for a moody feel. This look is enhanced with tone-on-tone printing in smoky and dusky hues, creating a directional print.


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