10 Men’s Style Trends You Should Actually Try in 2019

Trendiness is generally anathema to what we consider to be great men’s style. After all, today’s guys are still constantly told to wear time-honored “classics” and to worship at the altar of Cary Grant or Steve McQueen. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t have great style and challenge your comfort zone by embracing some excellent menswear trends that have cropped up more recently than your last viewing of Bullitt. Case in point: The stylish items that follow. So read on, and be inspired to mix it up a little!Men’s Fashion Men’s Fashion Men’s Fashion Men’s Fashion Men’s Fashion Men’s Fashion

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Tie dye

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Some men love it. Some men hate it. (For what it’s worth, we’re squarely in that second opinion.) But regardless of how you feel, there’s no avoiding it: Thanks to style icons like Jonah Hill, tie dye was a huge trend in 2018—and there’s nothing to suggest it’s going anywhere in 2019. If you want to get some color in your life (and rack up tons of Instagram likes in the process), consider hopping aboard. Go with a casual sweatshirt or hoodie for maximum cool factor.Men’s Fashion Men’s Fashion Men’s Fashion Men’s Fashion Men’s Fashion Men’s Fashion

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Slouchy tailoring

$1,098; buy now at brooksbrothers.com

For years, the ethos regarding tailoring writ large—slimmer, trimmer, fitter—has had men walking around like wannabe James Bonds. But the winds seem to be changing. On the runway, in recent seasons, designers from Armani to Zegna have featured looks with wide legs and soft shoulders—meaning it’s only a matter of time before we’re all swimming in slouchy wool like it’s 1995. So get ahead of the game: next time you pick up a suit, don’t get the slim fit.

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