Looking to add to your regular wardrobe or branch out into menswear fashion? Well, you have come to the right place. Paris Fashion Week featured some of the best designers such as Prada and Tod’s that delivered all-over prints and shearling faux fur. From leopard print suits to chill faux leather, these trends are perfect to suit anyone’s style. Read on to find the trends that you can add to your closet collection to keep your spring style fresh and up to date.
Shearling & Faux Fur
Why wear real fur when you can wear faux fur? Our society has shifted to forward-thinking when it comes to animals and has opted to shop just faux fur. Shearling faux fur is essentially a faux-sheepskin made from fabrics like cotton or polyester to mimic wool-lined clothing. Designers like Tod’s have featured shearling coats and jackets that come in brown, burnt-orange, and cream tones. For a full look, you can throw this with brown tone pants, denim, or even sweats. Shearling Faux fur keeps you toasty and cozy while making your appearance chic and shabby.
The Bayberry Coat
The Hydrus Coat
If you need a pair of pants for work or just for every day, then try some loose fit or baggy bottoms. You can forget about a slim fit or a perfectly straight leg. Venture out and get yourself a pair of loose trousers for a change! These looks were seen everywhere at Paris Fashion Week from Casablanca to Bianca Saunders. You can tuck in a knit sweater or button-down or simply leave it tucked out. Wearing them in black or wearing them in sky blue, a pair of these can give you the well-groomed look you are searching for.
The Aster Pants
The Basquiat Trousers
If you don’t add faux leather to your collection, you are missing out on this trend. You may have realized that faux leather is just about everywhere. Faux leather jackets, pants, tops, or accessories are a must-have and can be versatile as well. Prada presented jackets with dramatic shoulder pads that served as a well-shaped utilitarian piece to define your body. A faux leather component can easily change your outfit from better to best.
The Lita Trench
The Cardoon Coat
Bombers were reborn again in the ’80s and were seen on characters like Maverick in Top Gun or Max from Hocus Pocus. You can catch these jackets in neon pink and orange shades in collections like Prada and JW Anderson. Bombers can make or break your look and can be paired with just about anything you want. Bombers are made of various fabrics like polyester, nylon and cotton and are known for their versatility. Whichever color you choose is completely up to what you’re feeling. Muted browns, blues, greens or blacks are great for everyday, while neons and brighter shades are sure to give your outfit a pop.
The Avelia Bomber Jacket
The Dean Jacket
Bold and big prints from the 70s are making their way back to the runway in head-to-toe looks. Animal and floral themes are transferred on to denim and tailored suits as seen in Kenzo and Agnes B collections. Translate this look into an evening wear attire to make it dapper or make it funky. Grab some denim and attach a print of your choice to curate your all-in-one look. For an easy way to create your own all-over print, try block printing!
These Spring 2022 trends are functional, bold and can be unique based on what you make of them. Most of you may have been dying to shift from sweats to slacks, and some of you might have just found the motivation to get out of your comfort zone after reading this! Hopefully, this blog can send you in the right direction for your new wardrobe collection. Trends from bombers to loose pants are the ideal pieces to dive into the new season with. Which of these trends did you vibe with the most? Comment down below to tell us your thoughts!