Autumn winter 2018 is upon us and this season looks a seriously fashionable one for men. Check out our stylish Harris Tweed and rich wool plaids outwear and accessories. Enjoy timeless classic wool blazers, trench and pea coats. Get back to nature, experimenting with earthy tones of rich browns, olive, fern and artichoke, teamed up beside neutrals like black, beige, and grey, or paired as a statement with burgundy or navy. year. If you’re wondering what pieces to invest in this season we’ve got this seasons must haves covered.
A warm welcome back to the turtleneck this season, one cold-weather look that can be spotted again and again this year is the turtleneck suit. Enjoy the neutral tones of cashmere and merino yarns in cream, greys and chocolate. Swap your usual shirt for a turtleneck sweater to add a debonair twist to a suit, alternatively, snuggle up in a chunky sweater paired with chinos and brogues for a stylish casual look about town.
When it comes to the colour you’ll be wearing the most this season, think of rich and warm shades of brown, chocolate, mocha and camel. Whether it’s a full length trench coat, classic Harris Tweed jacket or rich wool double breasted two-piece team up with soft textures, from soft fur, fleece, and shearling to velvet, suede, and even corduroy, tactile fabrics are set to be big. If this season is sounding a bit too plain for your tastes, you’ll be glad to hear that checked patterns are back in a big way, with shirts, legwear, and full suits all standing out on the high street.
And the more clashing those checks, the better. Checks are a big deal this season, wrap up in style in a classic plaid shirt with a check fisherman over-shirt for peak off-duty cool. To get this look, try starting out with one statement checked garment, such as a coat or blazer. Then, if you’re feeling confident, consider adding a matching piece, like pants or a hat. But if you don’t fancy emulating some of the more daring looks, you could always just incorporate the pattern via flannel shirts, checked suiting or printed outerwear.
The technical outerwear trend shows no sign of abating – with an abundance of oversized puffer jackets, Velcro cagoules or down-filled jackets available, what was once the preserve of mountaineers and geography teachers is now becoming more fashion friendly. And when it comes performance footwear, whether you’re scaling the north face of K2 or simply wandering through the town in the November rain, a pair of hiking boots will see you right.