Male Fashion Trends
Fashion trends are consistently changing and over time, people almost always need an upgrade on their wardrobe to continue looking fashionable in every sense of the word. It is particularly so for men, although their trends are more consistent over the four seasons of the calendar year, where you have the winter, autumn, spring, and summer collections. The male trends remain largely the same, unlike the feminine fashion trends where there are numerous designs and variations that can be harnessed from a single style. When it comes to jackets, coats, footwear, and shirts, these tend to be the focus of most designers, especially the latter two. Here we take a look in depth at the shirts.
Male Shirt Collection
Shirts have been around for centuries, and they were iconic trends in medieval France, Britain in the 1700s, and Italy. In Italy, the trend has evolved and since the 1930s, the popularity of the Italian dress shirts has surged drastically. In fact, most iconic and legendary Italian designers are credited with sprucing up the outlay of the design by adding scenic graphic imprints that became mesmerizing to the eye. This is all while ensuring the design still allowed for the masculine look. You can, for instance, buy a floral shirt that is colorful and bodes well with a plain pair of pants with leather shoes. If you are looking for a more casual approach, then a denim shirt, for instance, can lighten up the mood on a dull evening at a social joint with some friends. On a more conservative approach, the shirt can be plain, may be white, with the imprints sown on the material in the same color. It becomes difficult to see these small alterations but if someone walks closer, they get to notice the ‘brail’ approach. Any single one of these designs can make it into all of the seasonal collections. The floral shirt is a noticeable trend in casual dinners, and the same person may match it well with a blazer to a formal stakeholders meeting in a company. Usually, it is not so much as to what you are wearing, but how you wear it.