Although there is still the lingering heat, you can already feel the cool breeze in the morning and night with autumn setting in. As the fall/winter season approaches, I want to show you the latest fashion trends. It seems the military look from last season is still receiving lots of love. But this season, we are going a roundabout way to use the camouflage theme more indirectly.
As for men’s work clothes, the rugged look catches the eye. It is attracting the attention of Japanese and Korean fashion trends. Back in the 1900’s, workers wore material that was nice and thick and not easily ripped. It shows the laid back fashion rather than flamboyance. Its fluidity expresses and transcends the vintage looks. It is great with fusion looks that are trending now. We tend to think of rugged denim pants with oversized overalls, working boots, and a red scarf but this look takes on a new transformation.
This season, colors will bring back classic looks with a new life. Pink is going to be emphasized in the spring/summer season. This season’s first trendy color is gray like that of a shark’s skin. Penton’s decision on the 2016 fall/winter trendy gray colored shark skin matches the monotone and tone on tone as well as pulling off the color.
Secondly, another key color was also selected by Penton. Instead of a dark brown, you can think of it as a thick orange caramel color. Black can also be used to show a chic style which matches the tone on tone like the brown which is the common color for fall.
Last fall, pink was worn by Dusty Seater. Of course, Penton also selected the color trend for the warm seasons. As the color was described as dust being on a rose color, it is seen as a great item in men’s wear. Because it is rather a dull and dark pink than a light one, those who felt burdened by not being able to wear a dress can now wear one in this current season.
There are times when I wonder what the trends are, and there are times where I just want to wear whatever I want. However, there is always that time’s style and that is what makes fashion history. I think that once you discard the trends that don’t match your style, you can throw away those trends and wear the style that best suits you. Remember. A trend is just a trend. Things that make me righteous are not trends, but rather having the heart you want to live by.
Lee Hun, cub-reporter email@example.com
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