Fashion tips for men: What you will wear in 2022

From partying in glittery layers to sleeping in stripes and making your workwear fun, here are six fashion trends that are here to stay and help you slay in the coming months! Read on to know how…

fashion for men On Shaurya: Printed shirt and Vest, Kanika Goyal; Shorts/Bermuda, United Colors of Benetton; Accessories, H&M; Socks and crocks, Stylist’s own

Keep it ‘shorts’ and simple

Remember funny memes depicting corporate honchos dressed in shorts underneath formal blazer-tie looks at video meets last year? Truly, fuss free and comfy clothing became a daily wardrobe staple making a return to denims a bit of an ask. Wearing shorts or bermudas is not only an easy (and breezy) choice but with the tremendous variety of styles available have made blending comfort with fashion is a win-win for all

Party in glittery layers

couple fashion On Naina: Dress, Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna // On Shivam: Check suit, Anuj Madaan; Bomber jacket, Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna; High neck, Mint Blush; Shoes, dmodot

A look created with glitter and layers can make you a head-turner at any do. For one, it’s not OTT, and two, it keeps you mysterious! To go extra glam, add some cool embellishments and grab just the right amount of attention. Just be careful not to confuse bling with glitter and you’re ready to rock and roll

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Let purples and pinks do the talking

fashion tips for men On Adarsh: Suit and high neck, Mint Blush; Shoes, Jeetinder Sandhu // On Meghana: Crop-top and skirt, Mint Blush; Earrings, H&M

Sure, blues and greys never fade out. But it’s time to take a breather and splash some purples and pinks into that understated wardrobe. What’s more? You can carry these hues from your office work desk to a red carpet do (whenever one happens) or incorporate then in your athleisure wear for drab daily chores. Besides, purples and pinks suit all skin tones and work for all age groups too

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Hybridise your workwear

fashion On Shivan Dhar Dubey: Shirt, jacket and pants, KARDO; Cap and sweater, United Colors of Benetton; Shoes, Puma; Tie, Zara

The work from home routine made dedicated work-dressing a thing of the past. But with hybrid work models mushrooming around, it’s time to once again dress to impress. So, play up your classic formals by also making them hybrid with the right mix of textures, colours and comfort on days to go in to work and make your work environment livelier with the fresh look

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Care for the cardigan

men fashion tips On Aarsh: Cardigan, Zara; Denims, Kanika Goyal; High and headgear, Mint Blush; Shades and socks, H&M; Footwear, United Colors of Benetton

The once humble cardigan, which was oft ignored, undervalued and taken for granted is now enjoying its moment of glory. It’s trending in a myriad chic avatars and in colours galore. This is one of the most comfortable and cozy trend that also works for all age groups. So, a clear winner in cooler climes for the year ahead

Earn your stripes

fashion tips On Dushyant: Stripes suit, Dhruv Vaish; Socks, H&M; Shoes, dmodot // On Naina: Suit, Dhruv Vaish; Hat, Myaraa by Namrata Lodha; Heels, Zara

Stripes never get boring and are one classic favourite that never ever ditch the wearer. So, safely make a stripes suit a wardrobe essential and add them to your casual and nightwear too. They will never make the garments look passe. Just remember to pair them with a solid colour to balances them out and makes them work, always!

best fashion tips On Aasim: Dress, Anuj Madaan; High neck, Mint Blush; Shoes, dmodot

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