Fashion trends change each year, and regardless of you following those trends, somehow the new styles sneak up on you and make their way in your wardrobe. Being masculine, which many men love to incorporate in their style, does not necessarily mean wearing only suits, shirts, and wide-leg pants. And here is how fashion has been redefining masculinity.
Androgynous fashion is popular with men and women equally. It perfectly summarizes how we all have both female and male characteristics. Some of the examples of men's trends are floral prints on jackets, shirts, bathing suits, and shoes. Softer colors are not that far behind as the androgynous culture changes the way we see the color pink and makes it more than appropriate for men to wear it as well. Slim fit jeans, low cut tank tops, jewelry, and in some cases, heels and skirts are also some of the examples that edgy men have embraced. The way these trends redefined masculinity is by showing their gentle side, making them feel good in their skin, and even emphasizing their body and muscles.
Stepping out of the traditional frames when it comes to fashion means that there are no limits as to what a person can wear as long as it makes them feel comfortable and confident. One such example is men's sexy underwear, which has become a thing both women and men enjoy. Soft fabrics, cool prints, and supporting design are some of the reasons men feel masculine when wearing them, aside from being your perfect partner in the bedroom since your partner will notice what you've got right away.
Bold designs and styles
Some things stay the same, with only a few minor changes that are actually more than enough to create new styles and designs. A classic, timeless look is all -black, and it is always fashionable, elegant, and perfect for a confident man. Shawl collars, subtle detailing like embroidery or again flowers and slim fit designs give out the impression of a masculine style when worn in all black combos, while also following the newest fashion trends, which are not considered a traditionally masculine look. But you can see how well it works.
Jewelry is something that is traditionally associated with women, while men wear wristwatches, and maybe a wedding ring. However, more and more men start to wear jewelry, including chokers, necklaces, and bracelets, under the influence of fashion bloggers and fast-changing fashion rules. It can fit any style, and be fun and cool in a ghetto gold trend, manly when wearing a wire necklace, or you can stick to the basics, and try the pocket watch with a decorative chain.
This time we are going to turn away from shoes and talk about the sneaker trends that men have come to love. Throwing away the clichés that all men's footwear has to be athletic, bulky and simple, new trends like flamboyant vibe, glitter, and decorated shoelaces, light colors like white and pink, and even colorful designs have emerged. This allows men to have fun as well mixing and matching them to their outfits, and enjoying the versatility they can get from them. For bolder men, male models and even dancers who pose in stilettos can serve as an inspiration for how a piece of footwear does not define who you are but is rather a means of expressing.
Being masculine is not a huge, messy beard you grew, oversized clothing, and boots. It can be, if you want it to be, and you feel comfortable in it, but we must raise the voice for the new trends that help redefine masculinity by showing how it can hide in subtle and soft fashion typically associated with women.