Men’s Fashion Trends for the New Year
on Wed, Dec 18, 19
5 Spring/Summer 2020 Trends You Need to Look Out For
While we’re slap bang in the middle of winter at the moment, most designer clothing brands will be working hard to bring you their 2020 fashion trends within the next couple of months. Of course the main sneak picks of what’s to come in the world of men’s fashion were showcased during the Fashion Weeks back in June, where designers such as Ralph Lauren, Louis Vuitton, and Dolce & Gabanna brought us their S/S20 collections. To get you in the mood for the new year, we’ve taken a look back at what hit the runways this summer to bring you a few of the upcoming men’s fashion trends for spring and summer 2020. Let’s take a look at some of our favourites.
Oversized Oxford Shirts
The preppy look has definitely made a comeback recently, and it’s sure to become one of the top 2020 trends for spring and summer. One of the key features of the preppy trend that popped up across the catwalks during this year’s fashion weeks was the Oxford shirt. Seen on the catwalks from collections such as Prada and Etro, this classic trend was found to be pretty big - literally - with one main rule: the bigger the better. You too can embrace this look going into spring 2020, as we have a great range of shirts from your favourite brands at EQVVS. We love this Sterling Classic Fit Oxford Shirt by Pretty Green (£65). Made from high quality Oxford cotton, this classic shirt is great for both formal and casual wear. If you’re really wanting to get on board with the oversized trend, why not go for a large size than usual?
Plenty Of Pockets
A while ago, there were two options but only one choice - function or fashion. However, long gone are those days, as upcoming 2020 trends are set to combine the two. Pocketed outwear was a big feature in the collections of Prada, Valentino and Ralph Lauren to name a few and as we enter the new year, it’s sure to become a key piece in your spring/summer wardrobe. You can capture this trend perfectly with the help of this Gabardine Overshirt by C.P Company (£325), brand new for 2020! Featuring two storm flap chest pockets and a snap close sleeve pocket featuring the signature C.P Company goggle lens, this is one way to ensure you’re looking stylish with your new season outerwear. As a bonus, the refreshing Riviera blue shade will add a well needed pop of colour to rainy days!
Okay so it may not be anywhere near the time to break out the sandals, but thinking ahead to summer 2020, chunky sandals are going to a popular choice in men’s fashion. Found in the collections of Prada and Dolce & Gabanna among others, it’s all about thick soles and wide straps. Rock the look with these Calvin Klein Contrast Logo Slides (£40) which are great for keeping things casual. The sleek black design completed with a shiny matte finish keeps things simple but modern, while the moulded footbed is there for ultimate comfort. Wear with socks during the “inbetween” bit, and go without as things heat up. However you wear them, you’ll be on trend.
Something else we can expect to arrive in the world of men’s fashion trends, surprisingly, are bowling shirts. A key part of London Fashion Week this year, these bold and bright shirts could be spotted in the collections of Valentino, Edward Cutchley and Dolce & Gabanna. Bowling shirts are a great way to add a touch of retro style to your new season wardrobe - think short sleeves, open necklines and a loose fit. Whether you go for bold prints, bright colours or neutral tones, these old school shirts are sure to be a hit this summer. Why not ease yourself into the trend with this Fred Perry x Miles Kane Stripe Bowling Shirt (£95)? The tri-colour stripe design is great for those who generally like to keep things on the more subtle side, but the neon touch gives it a fun filled twist.
So what sort of colours can we expect when it comes to the 2020 fashion trends? Well, if the runways of Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren and Zegna are anything to go by, it’s all about autumn! All those classic autumnal shades will be making an appearance including maroon, copper, orange and burgundy. An easy way to embrace these tones is this Calvin Klein Brush Sweat (£100), which is a great option for wearing as the colder weather starts to ease. Not a fan of orange? Perhaps this 1926 Crew Neck Sweatshirt by Kent & Curwen (£145) in a rich, burgundy will be more your thing. Pair either of these with your favourite jeans to add an extra touch of style. Of course no spring/summer wardrobe will be complete without those classic tees and polo shirts, and you’ll find plenty to tick these boxes with our selection at EQVVS. We’re big fans of this Raised Box Logo Tee by Love Moschino (£88) and this Fred Perry Twin Tipped Polo (£60), but there’s plenty more where that came from! Take a look at our range be sure to pick up those wardrobe essentials along with your new 2020 style picks.
So that’s just a taster of what’s to come as we step into 2020, which let’s face it, is scarily close! It’s clear that the popular designer clothing brands will be bringing us quite the eclectic mix of trends, with something to suit all styles. As always, be sure to keep up to date on the latest arrivals here at EQVVS from your favourite brands, and you’ll be the first to rock these latest trends!
Written by Amy Jackson - Content Writer at Promo Codes For - 11th December 2019
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