What’s in, what’s out..we’re much more concerned with helping you find clothes that make you look and feel handsome! And confident!
Looking “cool” is a bonus, in our books.
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But here’s the thing.
Just because you’re focused on improving your personal style in an evergreen way doesn’t mean you should turn away from trends altogether.
Why? Well, first of all, trying new trends can be fun!
Just like eating healthy can get Baccarat Online Uang Asli derailed when you start to think, So, broccoli and baked chicken breast…forever, huh?, it can be helpful to break out from your usual style from time to time.
And who knows? By trying new men’s fashion trends, you may discover that, yep, in fact that specific trend is not for you.
But how will you know if you don’t try?
So, the team here at Style Girlfriend put together a list of 2024 men’s style trends.
You don’t have to try all of them. Hell, you don’t have to try any of them!
But if you see one and think, Hmm, maybe…?, then consider this your sign to give it a go.
We promise no one will laugh (except maybe if you bleach your hair…more on that later), and if they do, they’re a jerk and you shouldn’t be friends with them anyway.
Below, check out 5 men’s fashion trends to try in 2024:
Men’s Fashion Trend #1: Eclectic Grandpa Vibes
Men’s Fashion Trend #2: Shopping sustainably
SG Says: A focus on sustainable fashion—leveraging recycled or vintage clothing, and shopping with the intention of owning items for longer—will be more important than ever in 2024.
So, consider shopping secondhand this year. You can try trend-focused sites like Grailed and TheRealReal, to the OG resale site, eBay. Or, head to your local thrift shop to source vintage finds.
Additionally, more and more sites are also offering online outlets where you can purchase resale items from the brand, as seen above from J.Crew.
Etsy is also a good place to find local artisans creating one-of-a-kind styles from deadstock materials.
What’s more, you can shop more intentionally by buying well-made pieces you can wear a long time without having to replace. (Check out this Wirecutter article for more great tips on how to shop sustainably.)
Editor’s note: While it doesn’t make sense from an editorial standpoint to point users to one-of-a-kind vintage or resale items here on SG, we do try to recommend brands that are of a higher quality, and not fast fashion. Please continue to keep us accountable in 2024!
Men’s Fashion Trend #3: Modern Cargo Pants
These are not your middle school cargos. As the Dallas Mavericks’ Tim Hardaway Jr demonstrates, you can wear cargo pants in the year of our lord 2024 and look extremely cool.
The key? A modern fit, that veers more towards slim or straight, rather than baggy.
Men’s Fashion Trend #4: Men’s Manicures
SG Says:In 2024, it’s time to finally to rest the question of whether men can or should paint their nails.
If you want to try it, go for it!
Paint each nail a different color, like skateboarder-turned-actor Evan Mock, above. Or keep things consistent with a manicure filled or bright red, black…whatever color you want!
The sky’s the limit.
DIY it at home, or hit the nail salon (with a friend or significant other in tow, if you want some help picking a color) for a professional job with no smudges.
Because the men’s manicure is officially here to stay in 2024.
Shop men’s manicure essentials:
Men’s Fashion Trend #5: Pantone’s Peach Fuzz
SG Says: Pantone’s 2024 color of the year is a warm, cozy color that sits somewhere between pink and orange.
Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute, explains this year’s vibrant choice:
“An idea as much as a feeling, PANTONE 13-1023 Peach Fuzz awakens our senses to the comforting presence of tactility and cocooned warmth. Sensitive but sweet and airy, [the color] evokes a new modernity.”
Meaning? Wear it when you want to keep things nice and breezy.
Men’s Fashion Trend #6: Suiting that Makes a Statement
SG Says: If you’re feeling excited to dress up, 2024 is your year. When it comes to suiting, you’ve checked the basics off your list. That means navy and charcoal, single-breasted notch lapel suits with a modern, flat front pant for suits, and a standard black tuxedo.
Now, it’s time to have more fun when it’s time to dress up. From double-breasted blazers to formalwear in unexpected colors, don’t be afraid to stand out when you suit up.
SG Says: Carpentercore gets its name from the carpenter pants resurgence in men’s style recently.
You know the kind: a relaxed fit, straight-leg workwear pant that very well could include a hammer loop at the side.
You might not have worn this look since high school, but if you liked it then? Well, you’re in luck, because it’s back in a big way in 2024.
How to wear carpentercore:
Swap out your slim-fit pants for a looser fit. Pair it with the coziest sweater or plaid shirt you can find.
Phish-loving Birkenstock slip-ons encouraged, but not required.