Men’s fashion is about so much more than just suits. After a week dedicated to directional, classic and boundary pushing menswear, Couturing takes a look at a new breed of trendsetters on the streets of Europe.
Both girls and boys embraced this trend with well-cut coats, blazers, boyfriend jeans and brogues. Newsboy caps also made an appearance, proving to be a favourite amongst fashion goers.
Whether it be a clash of prints and hues in one ensemble, or a statement piece that dazzled the eyes, the use of bright colour had a strong presence on the street.
Style buffs took on the cold weather with dark layering, sticking to black or grey and breaking up the look with a bold seperate. Dark denim and black platforms got a perky finish via her powder-pink coat, while another look featured a black cape with a pink beanie and equally blushing shoes. Red also proved to be a winner with a tweed suit teamed with wine red pants while Ella Catliff wore a red statement skirt with a gorgeous camel-hued coat.
The smartest kind of layering? A well-cut overcoat. This classy wardrobe piece made headlines on the street, proving to be both versatile in the cold, and as great add on to any look to create a bold shape.
Tweed, plaid and checkered prints- different types were seen mixed and layered into beautiful outfits. Not only for the males, casual suits were seen donned by women, softened with a chambray shirt and rolled ankle hems. Take the lead of one couple who wore his-and-her suits, creating a statement with bright trousers and smart hats. One fashion goer teamed his suit with a turtleneck for classy twist, while Nick Wooster showed us what’s what with his block-coloured monochrome ensemble.
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