Fall Trends You Need to Know

Fall is officially here! The sun may still be shining, but there is a crispness in the air that is undeniably fall. And with the turning of the season we need to take a look at the incoming trends. Here’s a summary of what will keep you on top of your fashion game this season:

Deconstruct Your Tux
We’ve seen the suit jacket flying solo and now it’s time for the tux jacket to do the same. Add a little flash to your look with those satin lapels and classic buttons characteristic of tux jackets. Simply wear your tux jacket the same way you would wear any other blazer – over a tee, henley, sport shirt…. This list goes on.

Checks are the new Stripes
Stripes have always been a staple in men’s fashion, but look out for those checks this season. It started in Summer 15 and it’s still going strong. Whether it’s in dress shirts, button down sport shirts, casual wear or even suits and top coats, the stripes will dominate this season. Look for a vast array of plaids and checks in all sizes.

Camel Coat
Camel is the coat colour of the season. Bombers, leathers, sweaters and top coats are all making appearances in camel. This light tone is a versatile neutral so it will match with any of your suits, as well as denim and casual wear when you are layering up this season. Camel exudes luxury and is the best way to finish off your look this season.┬áCall it camel or beige or caramel or taupe – it’s all the same – just make sure you find one!

Our Insider Tip – check out this camel top coat from Coppley. It is beautiful over a suit, transitions into casual wear and feels amazing. None do it better than Coppley!

Athleisure
This trend is bred from the fusion of athletic wear with typically dressier clothing. Sneakers & suits, hoodies & sport coats, designer sweat pants – all these seemingly opposite stylings are gaining popularity when worn together. Depending on how you look at it, you could be dressing down your formal wear or dressing up your casual wear. Either way, the contrast works.

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