Streetwear, workwear and other trends are offering alternative styles for 2020 so if you’re looking for the latest looks, here’s are 5 styles for 2020.
A perfect combination of streetwear and workwear. Think about technical garments that people in the police, army or manual labour jobs would wear but with a stylish edge. Fisherman jackets in luxurious material are currently a massive trend, along with simple cargo trousers in a fitted design, so if you’re looking to upgrade your day to day tracksuit style, this is a slightly more modern look.
Mens suits tend to be fairly-dark in colour unless you plan on going to a local horse racing event. But bright suits are going to be seen a lot more in 2020 with the high street offering a new modern take on business suits. Blues, reds and purples are all returning in much brighter shades, the trick comes with finding the right shirt and tie now. So, in 2020, you no longer need to wear dull greys and blacks to work!
While fitted styles aren’t likely to go anywhere in 2020, oversized tees, jeans and jackets will be taking over the mens streetwear scene. Which is always a good style to mix up with mens spray on jeans, as oversize tops and hoodies work perfectly with it to highlight the look. You’ll find plenty of urban brands using a dropped shoulder style combined with a longline finish. If you want to try out the style low-key, a plain white tee under a denim jacket works well.
As streetwear is a massive player in the fashion scene currently, people also like to have a couple of alternative staple in their wardrobes, and outerwear brands are offering a lot of collaborations with street brands to make their collection more about day to day than just about hikes and heavy use.
While streetwear and other trends tend to give the option to wear plenty of different styled shoes, technical trainers are a big trend to change that. Using gore-tex, unique shapes and other technologies different brands are releasing trainers that offer a blend between stylish and durable for wearers.