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Men’s Fashion Trends and Styles for 2019

It’s almost the end of the first month of 2019 and this article pieces together this year’s fashion trends. While 2018 was the year of soft textures, vintage suits, vertical stripes, turtlenecks, and many checkered clothing, 2019 is the year for more earth colours and revival of previous fashion trends with a modern outlook.

Here is a look at some of the latest fashion trends in men’s clothing that are going to be big. Hopefully, it’s not too late to reinvent your style for this year.

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    Tailored suits are making a comeback

Say goodbye to those readymades and ‘hello’ to your tailor. 2019 is the year that brings back handmade tailored suits. Well, the benefits of well-fitted suits are endless. With tailored suits you can choose and decide everything from the fabric, cut, colour even right down to the style. You can also opt for a more relaxed look, as compared to slim fitted suits as people are opting for wide legged trousers. If you are looking for a #TailorFit experience, then you could try our #TailorFit services today. Visit our store to know more: http://bit.ly/Siyarams_Store

  1.   Earth Tones

The colour palette for this year is more grounded in light and earthy colour tones. Look at more browns, khakis, greens and even beige with the occasional greys. When choosing your outfit, keep in mind that the tonal colours shouldn’t be more than 3 items. This is the time to try out the basic and smart casual look, you can always add a little bit of colour to it by wearing some trendy accessories.

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  1.   Double–breasted suits

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Since Tailored suits are making a comeback, investing in double-breasted suits will not be a bad option. Tailoring is a major key when getting yourself a suit, but you needn’t worry about that now, do you? (For a customizable suit you can check out our #TailorFit services here: http://bit.ly/Siyarams_Store)  You can either choose to stick to the traditional tweed and pinstriped patterned, or you could opt for a more modern and refined look. For a more modern approach, look at bold coloured suits that can be used for a casual as well as for a smart business look. Just keep in mind that the remainder of your outfit should compliment your suit, not contrast it.

  1.  Corduroy is back

While a pair of denim is a must for every wardrobe, must we suggest another necessity? Corduroys, the earlier cords were baggy and loose-fitting the modern pair now is more altered to current trends. The great thing about cords is that it works perfectly for a casual as well as formal events, provided you get the outfit right.  Keep in mind that the trousers aren’t baggy and that your shirt should share the same fabric thickness. Don’t hide behind a safe black pair, try a blue or even grey pair. Try experimenting with a coloured corduroy suit if you are up for it.

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  1. Cropped trousers

According to Pinterest fashion predictions of the year, their key search for men’s cropped trousers increased by 671 percent. Cropped trousers are a great way to show off your colourful socks and ankles. One of the modern day necessity, you can wear them to casual as well as formal events, be it summer or winter. The length of the trouser is of uttermost importance, too long and it will look like a pair of regular pants, too short and it will look as if you outgrew them. Cropped trousers should end just above the ankle.

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  1. Check Mate

Checks will always be an all-time necessity in a man’s wardrobe. While it’s not that difficult to choose from the different types of checkered clothing available, getting the right size makes all the difference to your outfit. Right from windowpane suits to gingham print or a Prince of Wales pattern, checkered clothing is slowly becoming a favourite trend. To prevent your outfit from looking too checkered, keep the larger checks for your outerwear; trousers and jackets and the smaller prints for your shirts and ties.

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  1. Mismatched Prints

If we would have told about this style a few years ago, we are definitely sure that you would disregard it. But it’s 2019 and though some of you might dread it, the mix matching of prints is officially a trend that is here to stay. So if you enthusiastic to try this trend out, keep in mind which patterns are okay to throw in together.

When mixing the same patterns, a variation of size, colour and texture should be your golden rule. For example, you could wear a thicker vertical stripe shirt under a pinstripe suit. Or follow the rule of checks that we spoke about in the previous paragraph.

On the other hand, if you are considering mixing multiple patterns within the same outfit layering will be the best way to do it.

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Maintaining a consistent palette is very important, so if you are sticking to tonal colours, make sure that all the pieces of your outfit match the same tone.

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So which look are you planning to adapt to your wardrobe this year? Go ahead, let us know in the comments section below. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and Instagram for more styling tips and tricks!

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Power Colours To Make A Statement This Winter | Men’s Essential

Following new trends and keeping up with the ever-changing fashion industry can seem very daunting. Being trendy is not very easy on the pocket either. But we have a very easy and inexpensive solution to this problem. Colours. You can be your own personal stylist by choosing from the winter colour palette of the year. Keep in mind that wearing the right colour for the right season can make all the difference to your appearance. Different seasons compliment different colours.

So, here is our winter colour analysis based on the colours that have been officially chosen by Pantone Color Institute as the top winter colours you may follow in 2019.

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Red Pear

This colour is a dark take on the typical wine hues that we see around the winter season. This colour exudes warmth and is perfect for the winter season. Pair dark trousers or chinos with this intense wine hue for a very neat and sharp look. This colour is perfect for date nights and dinner parties.

 

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Sargasso Sea

Blue is the perfect colour for any season. But this dark and broody take on the classic blue colour is sure to set you apart from the crowd. In spite of being a dark navy hue, Sargasso Sea has a soft and welcoming feel. To achieve a perfect winter look pair this colour with warm sandy tones like Beige. So swap out your blacks for this more upbeat and sophisticated colour this winter.

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Quiet Gray

Quiet Gray is the trendiest colour to wear this winter. This neutral colour is a great alternative for black. Because of its muted nature, it looks sophisticated and matches all skin tones effortlessly. This colour is supremely versatile and very fun to pair with brighter colours. You can either go classic by pairing this with dark coloured trousers or add a brightly coloured jacket to the ensemble to make it pop.

 

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Nebulas Blue

This colour is a very unusual pick for the winter season. It is bright and effervescent but works with the season anyway. This lively cobalt blue will spruce up your outfit effortlessly. Pair it with a bright coloured jacket or an overcoat to create a quirky and an upbeat outfit for the cold winter evenings. This combination is one of the biggest hits of the season.

 

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Rust

This colour looks like a wonderful blend of orange-red-brown. Rust is known as a colour that is universally flattering. It is elegant, earthy and has a certain charm to it. Rust is a very versatile colour and goes beautifully with earthy tones like beige, gray, and darker shades like black and navy blue. So pair it with a set of dark trousers or beige chinos for a fun day out.

 

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Meerkat

This bronzy, earthy shade exudes warmth and charm. It is a highly adaptable toasty hue. It can be worn as plaids or prints or just as a classic solid colour. The variations this colour has to offer are endless. With a neutral colour like this, coming up with outfit ideas are no issue at all. They pair extremely well with dark coloured trousers. A  pair of beige chino trousers will also do the trick.

 

 

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Ceylon Yellow

Ceylon Yellow is the perfect bright colour for winter season. It is bright but not too flashy. Its muted and exotic nature makes it wearable for every day. It has a rich, silky hue which is perfect for the chilly winter weather. It is very easy to style colour and looks great on all skin tones. Style it with a classic pair of navy blue chinos for a bright, warm look.

 

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Martini Olive

Martini Olive is an exemption from all the colours that are at the top. It is a smooth, sophisticated, muted green that will add depth to your outfit. It is not too dark and not too light. Just a perfect neutral green. The ideal way to wear this colour would be to pair it with light coloured cotton shorts or chinos.

 

Different seasons demand a different colour palate. And with these colours in your wardrobe, you are all set for a perfect style makeover. These colours are suited for all occasions. Some vivid, vibrant colours to brighten up those dreary winter evenings; some neutral, sophisticated hues to class up a party. We hope this article has helped you to find your colour.

So here’s to a stylish winter filled with colourful clothes!

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