Five Ways To Style AW20 Trends
Seasonal Looks For Every Occasion
If like us you’re situated in the Northern Hemisphere, last week you will have officially waved goodbye to summer’s balmy climes and hello to autumn’s delightfully tricky weather which we’re all aware takes no prisoners. With the inclement conditions arriving thick and fast already, we’ve taken the liberty of showcasing five ways to style AW20 trends for men.
Whether you’re keen to get back on track with knitwear, embrace full-force fleece or can’t help but still savour last season’s easy breezy shirting styles, we’ve incorporated something to suit everyone’s needs, just take a look below…
Men’s AW20 Trends – Look 1
A year that will go down in the history books, 2020 has ushered in a sequence of precarious living like we’ve never experienced before and we’re sure many of you found yourselves stuck at home on furlough over the spring / summer period. While some may have relished the slower pace of life amidst the outer chaos; others may have been itching to get back to the grind. Whatever the circumstances, getting back into a routine and returning to the office can undoubtedly feel challenging, which is why this first outfit uncovers a harmonious balance between nonchalant dressing and work-place appropriateness.
Teaming a functional Nudie Jeans denim jacket up top with a crisp white Vivienne Westwood shirt and a timeless Ralph Lauren pea coat enables a fuss-free day-to-night transition. Doubling-up on layers ensures the upper ensemble is warm enough for the journey in and out of work while the mix of smart and casual means this look can take you from A to B seamlessly. White Axel Arigato Clean 90 trainers and neutral, turned-up trousers further elevate the fusion of suave, laid-back styling.
- Ralph Lauren Peacoat, £395
- Nudie Jeans Billy Jacket, £155
- Vivienne Westwood Krall 2 Button Shirt, £159
- Gramicci NN Pants, £89
- Axel Arigato Clean 90 Trainers, £159
Men’s AW20 Trends – Look 2
For the man that’s always on the go, this next look takes note of your hectic day-to-day schedule while still encouraging you to take pride in your own personal style. Here to stay, the utility trend is as prevalent now as it ever has been. Having been subjected to countless interpretations throughout the years, it’s down to outdoor-centric brand Patagonia and Parisian powerhouse Kenzo to work its charm in this case.
Utilising a cosy and wholly versatile Norse Projects sweatshirt as its base, the upper ensemble first unfolds with an insulating Canada Goose gilet which is guaranteed to come in handy for those transitional days when critical weather is most likely. The initial look is then topped off with a waterproof Patagonia tote bag for keeping all your possessions safely stored, paired alongside a front buckle fastening for heavy-duty edge.
The lower-half of the outfit leans on khaki Kenzo cargo pants, detailed traditionally with a multitude of pocket space and a loose fit while Nike Blazer Mid 77’s sign off in retro Swoosh style.
- Canada Goose Hybridge Knitted Gilet, £395
- Norse Projects Wave Logo Sweatshirt, £129
- Kenzo Utilitarian Cargo Pants, £359
- Nike Blazer Mid 77 Trainers, £89
- Patagonia Tote Bag, £65
Men’s AW20 Trends – Look 3
An AW20 look that means business. This suave combination comprises key pieces from a range of world-famous brands, including Ami, Stone Island, Comme des Garçons, Moncler and Mallet London. Sure to prove ideal for formal meetings set in the cityscape, a Comme des Garçons pinstripe shirt is layered atop a Stone Island roll neck, this unusual but ingenious mixing of brands presents a preppy and authentic aesthetic – akin to something you might find in the tangled, bustling streets of Manhattan.
Breathable sock boots by Mallet and a vividly coloured Moncler cross body bag round off the outfit, ensuring comfort is key on foot and that all your essential items can come on those impromptu adventures with you.
- Comme des Garçons Stripe Shirt, £287
- Stone Island Roll Neck Jumper, £255
- Ami Trousers, £269
- Moncler Detour Bag, £540
- Mallet Sock Runner, £169
Men’s AW20 Trends – Look 4
For those days when the cold really draws in. This AW20 offering brings both form and function to the forefront, with a focus on testing temperatures and essential winter traction. Opting for a Shearling Patagonia gilet to the outer, the weather-focused pairing includes a water repellent Belstaff overshirt nestled underneath for enhanced practicality on the arms, while a saturated pop of orange peeks out from the Paul Smith hoodie below.
Simple Stone Island cargo pants incorporate a utility-driven vibe on the legs, married with heritage hiking boot brand Danner on foot, giving the wearer heightened stability on slippery winter roads. If you feel like it, switch out the boots in favour of trainers to transform this outfit from outdoor explorer to event-goer.
- Patagonia Retro X Gilet, £139
- Belstaff Command Shirt, £225
- Paul Smith Hoodie, £119
- Stone Island Cargo Trousers, £290
- Danner Quarry USA Boots, £269
- Barbour Cap, £19
Men’s AW20 Trends – Look 5
Turn the vacay shirt you never got a chance to wear this summer into an autumnal layering piece, we’ve gone for a revere collar number from Albam in this case. A playful DSquared tee adds a swatch of necessary core colour, combined with a dependable, slim-fitting pair of Nudie Jeans on the legs – we recommend adding these Steady Eddie II’s onto your essentials list! On foot, the brand with The Three Stripes takes heritage up a notch with an eternal classic, the adidas SL 80.
Mixing and matching certain items can bring this look up to speed with the ever-changing weather, for instance, simply layer up with a parka to breeze through testing winter conditions.
- Albam Short Sleeve Shirt, £89
- DSquared T-Shirt, £185
- Nudie Steady Eddie II Jeans, £119
- adidas SL 80 Trainers, £75
- Aphrodite Tote Bag, £10
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