Milan fashion week spring 2018 menswear is wrapping up, which means it’s time to go over the hottest trends in this years collections. From large coats to funky suits, this year has had a variety of styles and motifs. Take a look at this years most noticeable styles.
Athleisure has taken the fashion world by storm, making its way into the most prestigious lines. Dolce & Gabbana’s models marched their way down the runway in sweatpants and sweatshirts drenched conversational prints, while the men of Palm Angels were covered head to toe in scuba suits. Sport this style relaxing at the corner cafe, or pick up some groceries at the bodega in stylish sweats.
Aching for athleisure? Cool down in these fabrics:
These chic jackets originated in the military, and were later appropriated by the punk scene. They’ve now made their way onto the runway, not just military or punk fashion anymore. Fendi took a more modern approach to the bomber jacket, tossing it over business casual attire. Philipp Plein went a more retro route, having their models tout 50’s style bomber jackets. Toss on a bomber jacket for a cute way to keep warm on the way to work, or throw it on over a casual dress for a night on the town.
Do you think bomber jackets are the bomb? Check out this tutorial, or fashion your own out of these fabrics:
Many may think suits should stay simple, but these designers disagree. From gaudy stripes to loud leopard print, models made their way down the runway in stylish suits, sure to make a statement at the next work function. Daks and Giorgio Armani both suited up in stripes, while Fendi’s model was dressed in a sheer, gingham suit. Les Hommes’ suit took center stage with metallic leopard print. Stay stylish in stunning suits for formal events, or have all eyes on you at your next business meeting with loud suits.
Are you too quiet? Get loud with these prints:
Next fall, designers intend to keep you warm in oversized coats. Whether they be windbreakers or pea coats, knee length or, well, even longer, designers want them big and baggy. Salvatore Ferragamo’s pea coats are perfect for chilly fall weather, apple picking and pumpkin purchasing, while Emporio Armani’s windbreaker is great for autumn runs and coffee breaks.
Are you over form fitting? Bunch up these fabrics:
Stripes are a classic pattern, and they were everywhere on the runway this year. In sweaters and pants, jackets and jumpsuits, stripes could not be stripped from the collections. Damir Doma and No. 21 decided the best time to wear a striped sweater is on the runway, while Dsquared2 added stripes to a leather jacket. Style yourself in stripes at a casual dinner, or stay at home and order take out in some striped pants.
Are you ready to stun in stripes? Style yourself in these fabrics:
What trends do you love? What trends do you loath? Let me know in the comments!