You may feel confident when dressing-up for your man, but can he dress to impress you? Hopefully, the only way is up, for him, with a style injection from Men’s Collections SS21 followed by a second dose of affordable high street fashion. The latter plays a crucial role in the accessibility of catwalk trends. What is more, the best menswear fashion SS21 has arrived on the high street and offers a myriad of trends and styles, notably the resurgence of ‘70s and ‘80s fashion. Fashion has a way of repeating itself but remains contemporaneous with the current times.
The quality of high-street menswear brands has evolved (I am pleased to say). When personal shopping for men, in retrospect, some fast fashion brands looked too cheap. Their clothing lacked a polished finish. Nowadays, certain high-street brands have more pizazz. Zara’s current menswear collections, for example, can easily pass as high-end luxury fashion, especially when styled well.
Here are five top SS21 fashion trends that are making waves on the high street.
2. 1970s Resurgence – flared jeans, wide collars, aviator sunglasses and leather bombers are making a comeback from the days of Starsky and Hutch. Perhaps, incorporate one or two statement pieces into a casual ensemble as opposed to all styles at once. Topman’s monochrome bomber jacket is super stylish and would look uber-cool with a pair of jeans. It also costs £49.99. Such good value for money.
3. Neon is not the easiest colour to pull off, especially if your preference is the more subdued outfit. However, spring is here and, I believe, we are all in need of cheering-up after being in lockdown for so long. Marks and Spencers stock a vibrant pair of shorts in neon pink, priced at £12.50.
4. 1980s-inspired suiting pays homage to flamboyant styles, harem trousers. The style of MC Hammer was untouchable at the time. Look out for double-breasted jackets and big collars, both of which are fashion statements in themselves. Why not sport Marks & Spencer’s double-breasted wool-blend coat for only £99.99.
5. Fresh floral – Do you love prints? Paul Smith offers an array of beautiful florals and bright colours. Florals always bring a breath of fresh air to the spring/summer season. Also, the high-street offer affordable options in terms of Bermuda shorts, classic shirts and jackets. Matalan’s tropical print shirt, priced at £12.50, oozes holiday vibes. Stay tuned!
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