With new trends always appearing, it’s hard to stay on top of what is hot right now. Let’s look at the new trends that are expected to be big in 2017.
If you like to stay on top of new trends, you’ll know that Gucci is one of the biggest brands to follow. Coming straight from the ’80s, this year they are promoting bleached jeans as a hot item. High street shops and internet fashion retailers will soon be stocking up on similar styles, so keep an eye out for them.
Socks over sweatpants
This one might sound a little crazy, but believe it or not, tucking your sweatpants into your socks is one of the hot new trends. It’s no longer seen as geeky. In fact, pair it with graphic print logo socks and you might just be seen as a trendsetter.
Dungarees, jelly sandals and choker necklaces have already found their way from the ’90s, but with high fashion collections beginning to collaborate with some of the coolest sports brands from the decade, it’s time to dig out that Fila sweatshirt.
For years, the v-neck sweater has been in and out of fashion. 2017 is bringing it back once more. Instead of the shallow v-neck that you may still have at the back of your wardrobe, look out for deep, angular necklines, which helps to freshen up this classic style.
Slim-fit suits have been on trend for a while now, but it seems now is the time for the baggy suit to make a comeback. These new suits are specifically tailored to be that way, so it’s important to find something to complement them. Mens Farah shirts, such as the ones available at https://ejmenswear.com/brands/farah could work well, as would a loose T-shirt and trainers.
Wide, cropped trousers
The trend moving from skinny jeans to the complete opposite. Baggy clothes are definitely in this year, with wide trousers also looking to become one of the next big things. You need to think hard about what to wear with them as not everyone will be brave enough to pull them off.
This year, some old trends are coming back alongside some brave new style choices. The question is, which trend will you be following?