Fall Style Trends: British Fashion Trends
Fall fashion trends are kicking into full gear as the summer’s end draws near. This years seems to be the year where our patriarchal (or matriarchal, these days) founding country is setting the world ablaze buzzing with hot, hot, hot news.
Whether we’re sitting back watching THE Royal Wedding or heading on over to The Met for Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, the royal capital city of London has pulled into the ranks as 2011’s best-dressed city.
Despite the recent riots trickling down what seem to be every darkened alley of London’s streets, British fashion is taking over the world by storm.
(By no means do we condone looting, vandalism, arson, or any other crime associated with rioting. Those Brits be nuts!)
This past fall and winter, the fashion world saw some heavily British-induced styling ranging from heavy on the military jackets, epaulettes galore, tweed, the return of mod and Twiggy, tartan plaid, skinny rocker jeans, and enough band t-shirts to put Coachella souvenir stands to shame.
All that being said, British fashion is gearing up for another round of rocker-glam battle axe-wielding.
Check out our favorite British Fashion inspired fall looks:
Mens fashion: Shoes
The dress shoe is making some killer statements this season with these distressed brown Johnston & Murphy Wingtips, navy Hiroshi Tsubochi Brogues with a wooden sole, and chocolate brown patent leather Gucci Oxfords. Shoes to absolutely die for.
Mens fashion: Street Glam
This fall’s hottest looks are full of vintage inspired attire mixing retro chic status with modern basics. Sheer, jersey, and thick cable knits are all the rage for the autumnal season. Taking basic men’s classic pieces and giving them a militant futuristic look inspired by the 1980’s, glam, and punk styling will be strutting down the street as we head into the colder months.
Mens Fashion: Boho Chic
Also, making a serious statement this season is the male boho chic equivalent to an Olson twin. Notoriously known for oversized sweaters, enough holes to make a piece of Swiss cheese jealous, and super skinny jeans, these boho chic looks will have everyone turning heads.
Here are some beautiful English rugs to go with your British fashion:
The design and fashion blog about the recent British Fashion trends was published by Nazmiyal antique rugs in New York City