The fall/winter season is upon us, and with it comes a host of new fashion trends for men. This year, we’ve seen a return to military style, a continued obsession with leather, the rise of sweatpants, the emergence of floral prints, the popularity of large checks, the trend of all-over denim, and the return of the parka.

While we don’t necessarily advocate following fashion trends blindly, it’s always worth paying attention to what’s happening in the world of clothing.

These trends are not just fleeting fads, but rather the future classics that are having their moment in the spotlight right now. They are easy to incorporate into your existing wardrobe, and will remain stylish for years to come.

Military Style

First up, we have the return of military style. This trend has been around for a while, but it’s showing no signs of slowing down. From classic bomber jackets to rugged parkas, military-inspired pieces are a versatile and masculine option that can be worn year-round. Brands like The Jacket Maker and Belstaff offer some excellent options this season.

Leather (Ideally second hand)

Next, we have the continued popularity of leather. There’s no denying the timeless appeal of a well-made leather jacket, and it’s a trend that we see coming back winter after winter.

A cropped leather jacket is one of the soundest style investments you’re ever likely to make, and it’s a versatile piece that can be dressed up or down. Just be prepared to shell out a bit of cash for a high-quality jacket that will last a lifetime and if you can make sure you get it second hand.


Sweatpants have also made a comeback this season. While they’ve been a staple of the “athleisure” trend for a few years now, they’re now moving into the realm of everyday wear. Brands like Dior are dressing their models in sweatpants, mixing them with tailoring and overcoats for a stylish and comfortable look.

Floral Prints

Floral prints are also having a moment this season. This trend is a nod to the 70s, and it’s a lot more wearable than you might think. Brands like Paul Smith and Kenzo are splashing bold florals onto shorts, shirts, and tailoring, making for a bold and eye-catching look. We’d suggest keeping it to one statement piece per outfit and ensuring the rest of your look is nice and muted.

Large Checks

Large checks are also trending this season, with Black Watch tartan, buffalo, and windowpane patterns leading the way. This is an easy trend to incorporate into your wardrobe, and can be done through the medium of an overshirt or flannel shirt.

All-Over Denim

All-over denim is also having a moment this season. While we wouldn’t normally advocate wearing an entire outfit made of denim, brands like Nudie Jeans are making it look easy. If you’re going to try this trend, opt for a relaxed silhouette and wear it with confidence.

The Return of the Parka

Finally, we have the return of the parka. This classic jacket is always a reliable option for the colder months, and this season we’re seeing a resurgence of the parka in all its forms. From classic military-inspired versions to more modern and technical designs, the parka is a versatile and practical choice.

Final thoughts

The fall/winter season brings with it a host of new fashion trends for men. From the return of military style to the continued popularity of leather and the rise of sweatpants, there are plenty of exciting trends to choose from.

These trends are not just fleeting fads, but rather the future classics that are worth incorporating into your existing wardrobe. Whether you’re looking to inject some freshness into your wardrobe or just want to spice up your everyday staples, these are the trends to keep an eye on.

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