New fashion trends always make their way to the catwalk, but many of them don’t go much further. However, there are some trends that have stood the test of time.
The military trend has been around for decades, with shades of khaki frequently being seen in the best-dressed lists. It’s one style that can be adapted to suit any occasion, with casual cargo pants and boots for a stylish everyday look or a smart trench coat to give your outerwear a smart and highly flattering overhaul.
When you imagine puffer or padded jackets, you will inevitably think of the brightly coloured, oversized coats that were so popular in the ’80s and ’90s. Just when you think you’ve gotten away from them, they’ve started to make a stylish comeback. When winter hits, you can guarantee that the puffer jacket will follow. While there are some more laid-back, neutral versions hitting the high street, you will also see some of the ’90s bold colours hitting the runways. Which style you choose depends on your preference, but the puffer jacket certainly won’t be going away.
At first glance, grey may seem like a bit of a boring colour, but it is actually quite the opposite. For the winter months, a chunky grey knitted cardigan or jumper gives you the perfect toasty look, while a plain grey t-shirt can be paired with almost anything. However, it’s the grey shirt that has made waves in recent years with its timeless, classic look. Combine it with crisp Farah shirts to create the ultimate professional appearance marked with sharp style.
Denim jeans will always be a must-have item, particular the skinny and slim fit jeans that are in fashion. Whilst the denim jacket is a clear staple choice for your summer wardrobe, it’s the denim shirt that can be used to turn your outfit around, whatever the weather. Perfect layered over Farah shirts and plain tees, it’s a great way to stay warm whilst retaining ultimate style.
We know that grey is a hot trend, but the “biscuit” neutrals are also on top. From warm beiges to deep browns and everything in between, you can guarantee that these shades will continue to feature in the fashion trend lists for years to come.