Who has their winter gear ready to go? A lot of people like to store their winter clothing, only to break out when it gets cold. However, there’s always time to update your wardrobe and snatch up some new things to incorporate into your closet.
This fashion season, a lot of designers put some exciting new pieces on the runway. Their collections were not only winter appropriate but also beyond fashion expectations. We’ve chosen 5 great runway looks that men can take straight off the runway. If you don’t already have them in your closet, you might want to get to shopping.
Take a look:
Tim Coppens Jumpsuit
This season Tim Coppens gave an interesting collection that featured a lot of sportswear-inspired pieces. However, his jumpsuits stood out the most. Menswear designers rarely just come out with a good jumpsuit. Take the sportscoat out of the equation and the jumpsuit actually stands out on its own. Pair it with a pair of boots or high-top sneakers like Tim’s runway models and every man would be good to go.
Wales Bonner‘s F/W 2017 had so many great pieces this year. So much so that it was hard to choose one as the front runner for the entire collection. With much though and consideration we’ve chosen this black suit as the piece that without a doubt should be in your closet; mostly because it’s multi-functional. It works for casual and can also be used in small formal occasions like cocktail parties, soirees, and nights out on town. Basically anthing that doesn’t flat out require a formal/business suit or tuxedo is appropriate.
This is a classic! A Burberry Trenchcoat is not only essential but a staple to always keep in one’s closet. Whether rain, sleet, or snow these coats can great in any weather. They are also pieces that never go out of style. Invest in one Burberry Trenchcoat and you can wear it every year if you take care of it.
Kenzo La Collection Memento Onesie
Kenzo shuts it down everytime with it’s creative use of color and design. This pajama-inspired onesie/jumpsuit with matching robe appear to be too much, but it’s actually not. Most people would be like, “Where and how would I wear this?” Take notes.
Just because it’s a onesie/jumpsuit doesn’t mean that you have to wear it all the way up. Buy one size smaller than you see here, then pull it up to your waist. Take the top part and wrap it around your waist. From there you can either put on a top or just wear it chest out with the matching jacket. The key is that you have options; including color since Kenzo also has this piece in a dark blue design.
So it appears that Stella McCartney is dressing all the cool kids this winter. The collection has complete looks with sweatshirts, sweaters, trousers, suits, and outerwear for days; basically any and everything that winter fashion man would want. Again, it was hard just o pick one look that was essential, but we had to do it.
This particular look was chosen for the simple fact of how the pieces work separately. The chunky turtleneck is very dope and can be worn with a pair of black trousers with a black trench or peacoat. The pants are also dope but they would work better with a thinner turtleneck and a pair of boots.
Also, the oversized puffer jacket is too much for this look. Everything here is already oversized, chunky or baggy looking. Pieces that are big and bulk sometimes need to be paired with slimmer or thinner pieces to stand out. It’s also too matchy, matchy, but individually they all pieces worth purchases. Minus the shoes.