It’s that time of year again when fashion tends to go out the window and replaced with comfort and extra padding to keep you warm. But just because the weather starts to get a little chilly and all you can think about are those cold fingers and toes, it doesn’t mean that you can’t look good while staying cosy. Whether you plan to stay indoors and hibernate this winter, or head out with the boys for some pints down the pub, we have a collection of subtly stylish clothing perfect for recreating some of autumn/winter 2020 trends.

Autumn/Winter 2020 Trends: The Milano Couture Collection

Keeping in with the trends can be hard when you have no idea what to type into Google and how to find the clothing that recreates those hundreds of pounds Versace shirts you saw on the runway. As a haven for men’s clothing, from men’s coats & jackets to men’s suits, we have a selection of high end looks for you to try out this winter, perfect for special days out or when you feel like jazzing up your outfit with little effort. Here are the top autumn/winter trends that we think you’ll love:

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1. Denim

If you haven’t already jumped onto the denim trend then where exactly have you been for the past year? In the past, the word denim when it came to clothing meant acid wash jeans and jackets, and while this faded out over the years, it has returned back this winter to add some personality to your look. We’re so excited for this to come back, as it looks perfect when paired with some stylish shoes and our range of men’s t-shirts. Denim has become an extremely popular trend in men’s fashion throughout the year, with summer denim jackets, shorts and even shirts becoming a staple piece of wardrobes everywhere. Well, this winter is no different, and you’re bound to see a flurry of denim spring up everywhere.

The great thing about denim is that you can choose to have one item of clothing as denim or go all out, it just depends on your personal style. Not only this, but there are so many variations and takes on the denim look, making it exceptionally easy for you to fit out your wardrobe with a selection of new denim clothing. For example, the fashion world has seen a rise in popularity for vintage and baggy denim trousers during the Milan fashion week of 2020, along with, you guessed it, the return of the ripped denim jeans. And don’t you worry, we have you covered in the men’s jeans department!

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Grey Fade With Black Ripped Patched Skinny Fit Jeans, Blue Denim Faded Jacket ,Grey Patchwork Skinny Fit Jeans.

2. Checks

We all remember the days where we envied David Beckham and his flash suits, and we couldn’t be more excited about the trend coming back into fashion this winter. Nothing says sophistication with a touch of peaky blinders than a tailored suit, and lucky for us, this autumn and winter is going to see the rise in checked suits, trousers and coats on the high streets. If you don’t want to opt for a full suit, then the key is to make sure that you have one statement piece such as a check blazer or trousers.

A check blazer would go nicely with a plain white or black t-shirt with a pair of jeans and smart shoes if you’re dressing up for a special occasion. On the other hand, smart check trousers look great with a jumper of your choosing, perfect for staying snug during the colder season! It is important to make sure that you find the perfect check, as an all check outfit can look over the top if not done right. Take our selection of suits, for example, offering you a subtle hint of a small check for a chic look. Whereas, some check can either have odd colours that are hard to match with the rest of your outfit, or the check is so big you end up looking like a picnic table.

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Marc Darcy Ted Tan Tweed Check Blazer, Marc Darcy Alvin Grey Checked Blazer, Marc Darcy Ross Grey Blazer.

3. Shearling

If you’re not too sure about what ‘shearling’ is, it is basically a leather or suede style coat with a bit of fur around the trim to jazz it up a little. It is an item of clothing that is interpreted differently every year, and it’s a staple piece within every man’s wardrobe, so if you haven’t got one, you need to pick one up, and fast! While this is a trend of every winter wardrobe, it’s one that we have grown to know and love, and it is one of the most fashionable ways to make a statement without looking silly in your shorts while out in the snow.

The shearling trend can be found in jacket and coat styles, offering a warmer alternative for when the weather falls a few degrees. You can also find this style of coat in an aviator design, using leather and a cosy sheep fur collar. This is ideal for those that want a touch more design in their clothing, as it offers additional features such as the buckles around the collar.

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Coffee Borg Collar Aviator Coat, Black Borg Collar Suede Coat, Black Borg Collar Aviator Coat.

4. Silk

While it may not be the warmest solution for a winter outfit, all the autumn and winter catwalks have seen silk clothing come into trend. Even trousers have been seen on the high streets in silk, paired with a silk shirt, which is a questionable look if you ask us. Instead of looking like you have gone out in a pair of luxury pyjamas, adding a silk shirt to your winter wardrobe is perfect for incorporating some colour and pattern into a dark season. After all, who says that winter can’t have its touch of vibrant colours and wacky prints?

High-end designers such as Versace have a wide collection of unusual prints on short sleeve shirts, which are perfect for wearing over a pair of trousers and even wearing a plain t-shirt underneath and leaving the shirt unbuttoned. But instead of paying a fortune for one item, we have a collection of quirky shirts, including some long-sleeve options for those slightly colder days. So, what are you waiting for? It’s time to pair your chosen jeans with a bright and colourful shirt!

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Black Floral Patterend Short Seeve Shirt, Multi-Coloured Patterned Print Long Sleeve Short, Black And Gold Patterened Print Short Sleeve Shirt.

5. Puffer Jackets

Last on our list of top trends is the classic puffer jacket, a piece that comes around every year and never fails to bring us style with comfort. We would be highly surprised if you don’t have a puffer jacket in your wardrobe, and if you don’t, then we have you sorted with a range of colours and styles to get you going. The great thing about puffer jackets is that they are not only stylish, but practical as well. Most puffer jackets offer exceptional warmth and are waterproof, which is perfect for the winter weather.

A puffer jacket can keep you warm through the pockets of air stitched into the coat, while the fur hood adds a touch of style to the design. It’s no surprise that these are always on-trend, and we wouldn’t have it any other way! This year, we have a range of puffer coats in stock, helping you to find the perfect design and colour to suit your style preferences.

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Red Ribbed Detail With Black Faux Fur Collar, Black Ribbed Detail With Black Faux Fur Collar, Khaki Fur Bomber Zip Coat.

Get Your Winter Look Sorted

Whether you need a complete wardrobe revamp or are looking for the perfect piece to add to your collection, there are tonnes of trends that you can jump onto to look fashionable this winter. Pick yourself up a coat, top or a pair of jeans and flaunt your stuff on your homemade catwalk, COVID style! Take a browse through the rest of our collection to see how you can transform your look with just a few statement pieces.

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