Best-selling fashion products: Take your style from 2018 to 2019

12 handpicked products, from leather jackets to boots to sunglasses, here’s how to make your style quotient top-notch.

Stripe it up Shirt, Tommy Hilfiger, Rs 4,999

1. Stripe it up

This slimming and versatile pattern is easy to dress up or down, switching between boardroom stiffness and weekend attitude, depending on how you style them. The vertical stripes are sharp and high contrast, sitting best under a denim jacket.

2. Second skin

Why go basic with your leather jacket when you can turn heads? Great for showcasing broad shoulders, you can opt for a thicker leather like this one from Polo Ralph Lauren. The colour mix will also accentuate what you don’t have.

Second skin Leather jacket, Polo Ralph Lauren, Price On request

3. One step at a time!

WHETHER it’s an office party, dinner do at home, or Saturday night out in the city, this one will put you right in the mood. These shoes are smart enough to get you through party season and through the rest of the year.

4. Seeing silver

One step at a time! Boots, Christian Louboutin, Price On request

Think first-class materials, precision workmanship and some seriously futuristic designs. Walk right into the future with these super sunglasses!

5. Chunky funky

King of the chunky trainer trend! Gucci's Flashtrek are one of the most iconic of the Italian fashion house’s footwear styles. The accentuated gum sole and quick-lace system are perfectly on trend with the times.

Seeing silver Sunglasses, Versace (Sunglasshut), Rs 21,500

6. Monogram mania

These double-strapped receptacles were always far too functional to be considered fashionable. Not any more! The Louis Vuitton monogram galaxy collection is a total must have. A utilitarian product with an injection of design.

7. Sole mate

Chunky funky Sneakers, Gucci, Price on request

2018 was the year of sneakers. 2019 is going to be no less, elevating the sneaker from its utilitarian roots to the absolute pinnacle of high fashion it is today. The Run Away Pulse sneaker come in a mix of materials including iconic Monogram canvas. Bi-colour laces and hiking boot-style eyelets are complemented by an augmented black rubber outsole with flakes. The heel patch is signed with the classic LV initials.

8. Let’s go logo

The ongoing trend in high fashion for big logos, loud motifs and all-over prints has resulted in some garments that double up as pretty effective festive attire. Allow them to do the talking and don’t make them fight for attention with your novelty antlers and red chinos.

Monogram mania Bag, Louis Vuitton, Rs 2.4 lakh

9. Bag to cool

Adopted by virtually every style tribe on the planet, your old-school bag is officially all grown up: a genuine menswear classic. Expect to turn heads (for all the right reasons) with this one. Finished in textured leathers and topped off with 3D like embellishments. Nice.

10. Make a statement

Sole mate 2018 was the year of s Sneakers, Louis Vuitton, Rs 92,500

Why wear a plain boring shirt this weekend when you can wear one with horses on them? This one will give your good old denim pants a fresh new look. You can also team them with a blazer or leather jacket if you’re heading to a gig at the weekend.

11. Play hide and seek

The key to mastering this print is simple: Employ it sparingly. Camo is very easily overdone, so we suggest you start with just one printed piece – this shirt for example is a smart statement start. Anything that could be considered a wardrobe staple will have no trouble getting along with your military-inspired shirt.

Let’s go logo Sweater, Tommy Hilfiger, Rs 4,599

12. Entrench yourself

As this is a timeless piece that will potentially last you a lifetime, this Hackett coat should be the first brand on your to-get list if you’re eager to add something truly iconic to your wardrobe. When it comes to hue, you can never go wrong with a timeless khaki version.

Bag to cool Bag, Christian Louboutin, Price on request


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