Men’s 2016 Trends
The 1970s has a bad reputation for its fashion; the cinema has taught us that it was all flares and perms. However, this era no longer needs to be a sartorial scandal with a new wave for 70s style in stores. Suede is a staple for the retro look so double up on it with this Topman jacket and Burton belt.
Burton: tailored trousers £25 / suede belt £18
Topman: suede Harrington jacket £150 / roll neck jumper £70
Debenhams: Collection brown moccasin £35 / Raging Bull floral shirt £39
From sturdy boots and khaki outerwear to utility backpacks, the military trend has received an update for the new season with menswear. Whether you want to make a statement with this camouflage print H&M top or wear just hints of this trend with this khaki bag, you can do it will this great selection.
H&M: t-shirt £12.99 / strapped bracelet £6.99 / khaki joggers £29.99
Topman: drawstring backpack £10 / sweatshirt £345 / premium socks £5
Debenhams: Maine Chelsea boots £64
Featured in all the biggest runway shows, burgundy is the colour to be seen in this season. Winter calls for warm shades of wine, so stay on trend with this Topman burgundy bomber. Keep extra warm in this look by pairing this H&M beanie and lace-up boots.
H&M: wool hat £4 / boots £30
Topman: bomber jacket £40 / checked shirt £32 / premium socks £5
Burton: t-shirt £15
This trend is perfect for helping you keep that New Year resolution of spending less time in front of the television. Key items for the trend include fisherman beanies and raincoats. Add this Topman watch to keep track of time when you’re out exploring the wilderness (or the high street).
Debenhams: Conkca canvas backpack £89 / Frank Wright chukka boots £87
Topman: yellow beanie £8 / raincoat by Rains £75 / dial watch £30
Burton: cable knit jumper £15