Many of our favourite personalities have been keeping the dapper flame burning when it comes to fashion. Whether it’s in their day-to-day outfits or killer looks on stage, they have shown a plethora of styles. Here are some of the looks you can use to update your wardrobe, and the ladies will be drooling over.
Ankara designs and fabrics will always be a hot trend, whichever the season or decade. This one is a must have and a staple. Ankara has gained international recognition and has become a prominent feature in the fashion industry. It is also characterized by its bold patterns and bright colours, which can be used in various clothes and accessories.
Utility style aesthetic is where function meets modern wear, effortlessly. And this is a style mainstay. It’s loose, it’s comfy, but it looks put together and fits perfectly.
Clothes mean Business
There’s nothing more attractive than a man in a suite. It screams… I have my priorities together and 1 Million USD in my bank account… That I am generally willing to share.
Pastels and more
Monochrome is great and safe, but it’s 2023. Please give me some Vavavoom! Pastels are a popular trend right now, from high-end fashion to streetwear. The secret is to stick to soft shades. Ton sur ton ( French for picking one colour and sticking to it)… just to be safe. Or go all out if you have the chest for it.
Fashion is cyclical. And if you were fortunate to have stylish parents, do not shy away from wearing any of their vintage pieces. And if you’re asking if men should have accessories? The answer is yes… Yes!
This trend involves wearing two or more denim pieces in one outfit, creating an edgy and stylish look. One way to achieve the double denim look is by pairing a denim jacket with jeans, or by wearing a denim shirt with denim shorts. And better yet, the pieces don’t have to be the same shades of denim.
Wearing clothing that is more relaxed and comfortable than traditional tailored pieces has become a major trend in mens fashion, post covid. The trend can be seen in oversized blazers, wide-leg trousers and loose-fitting shirts.