Although men usually say that they don’t care about the trends, even they take a peek at the latest fashion trends winter 2012 for men.
Since the trend changes from one season to the other, it doesn’t hurt to have the wardrobe refreshed from time to time.
The main color of the 2012 winter trends for men
The new color of the season is blue-black. While we have seen blue items all year, in this case there wasn’t a bright blue, but an inky shade that is darker than navy but not as dark as noir. Both Corneliani and Paul Smith adopted the style that is suitable for the majority of men.
When thinking about the men’s 2012 winter trends, you might know that shearling was fashionable for quite some time now, but the latest collections featured wild coats that had sheep’s fleece on the giant collars of coats. The style seemed to be the favorite of Lanvin at the Paris and Milan shows.
The latest fashion trends also come with more controversial items, such as astrakhan fur, that was used by Salvatore Ferregamo and Prada. The main point of the detail was to make a statement. This is also known as Persian Lamb and it is made of the pelt of newborn lambs.
The futuristic looks are among the men’s winter trends for 2012. The leather came in inky shades and it was seen in case of outerwear, jacket details and even pants. While the style may not be suitable for all men, some could wear head-to-toe outfits without looking like a lost biker.
As surprising as it may sound, the steel-to-toe effect also got to men’s fashion. There were metallic accents added to the heels and the toes of the shoes, such as Louis Vuitton and Costume National. Other designers added the metallic accents to the back of the brogues.
The 2012 men’s fashion trends saved a spot for the more playful outfits as well. These pushed the sporty looks away, suggesting that men won’t need any jeans for the next season. In case of the outerwears, we have seen both oversized and cropped silhouettes.
All men should find something that they like and that they could wear among the latest fashion trends winter 2012 for men.
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