We know it’s still summer and you’re still trying to even out your tan lines, but it’s time to start preparing yourself for the upcoming Fall months. Here are the latest men’s Fall fashion styles for 2013 according to Details.com style advice section.
Plaid has been one of those styles that you either love or hate, and right now, we’re in a “love” phase. You don’t need to wear an entire plaid outfit to embrace this style. Instead, try a simple plaid tie to accent your look – but make sure that it goes well with your shirt first. To do this, wear a solid color shirt in one of the shades that’s on the tie. If you can’t find an exact match, try for a white, gray, black, or tan shirt instead. If you want a more bold look, select a few plaid shirts or jackets and keep your pants neutral, so that you can mix and match for different looks every day. You can wear this style on your hats, jackets, gloves, ties, shirts, pants, or bags—just be careful not to overdo it!
A black leather jacket can be very sleek and sexy if you wear it right, but don’t think that’s the only way to wear this style. Wearing black leather collars, vests, ties, or shoes is another way to keep this look simple and chic while still rocking the latest Fall fashion trend.
Wearing blacks and whites is all well and good, but how about try something a little bolder? Burgundy is in, and quiet colors are out. Wear this as a jacket, suit, or shirt to stand out in the cool breeze, or as your socks peeking out between your shoe’s top and the bottom of your pants. This leads us to the next style:
This is an interesting look at the intersection of high fashion world and the city streets. Cuffing your pants at the bottom isn’t just for denim and brown oxfords anymore! Everything from sweatpants to dinner suits are adopting this new look. Pair it with a plaid or burgundy sock, and you’ve got a winning style! Be careful to roll the ends up tastefully, so that the pants don’t look too short—that will just give off the impression that they’re too small for your body. Also, make sure you unroll them at the end of the day, so as not to crease them and create unsightly wrinkles.
The last Fall style allows you to keep your old wardrobe and simply add an accessory: a bold statement scarf. Use bright colors or funky patterns to dress up your pedestrian outfit. Twist it up, wear it as a shawl, knot it around your neck—whatever style you choose, you’re sure to rock this new look! Make sure you keep your shirt and tie simple and chic if you wear a patterned scarf, so you can maintain the professional vibe even in your colorful garb.