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Winter/Fall 2006

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by jwarri5, Oct 17, 2006.

  1. jwarri5

    jwarri5 Active Member

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    What are some of the styles/brands you guys think are going to be popular this winter/fall?If you have no predictions..than what will you be wearing?
     
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    Tomasso Senior member

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    than what will you be wearing?


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  3. Ivan Kipling

    Ivan Kipling Senior member

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    Isn't it a shame that Cary Grant, couldn't wear hats?
     
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    What are some of the styles/brands you guys think are going to be popular this winter/fall?If you have no predictions..than what will you be wearing?

    grunge meets prep; beat up jeans & new tweed blazers.

    as last year was grey, this year seems to be brown.

    these are two of my observations, reading the magazines, etc.

    as always, my fall style remains: grey flannel pants, french cuffs, cashmere sweater, great coat.
     
  5. jwarri5

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    grunge meets prep; beat up jeans & new tweed blazers.

    as last year was grey, this year seems to be brown.

    these are two of my observations, reading the magazines, etc.

    as always, my fall style remains: grey flannel pants, french cuffs, cashmere sweater, great coat.


    thanks for leaving a real opinion.
     
  6. designprofessor

    designprofessor Senior member

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    more suede.
    more browns, suits and all
    A nice DB herringbone overcoat, saw a nice one by dunhill, but, not in my size.
    some different colors and patterns to my socks.
    and try some different cologne
     
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    I must have logged onto the wrong forum. I thought this was styleforum, not fashionforum.

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  8. Dragon

    Dragon Senior member

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    For odd jackets, the trend seems to be lots of tweedy stuff. For suits, glen check patterns. It`s probably a good idea to check out some knit vests too. Basically country type clothing without looking like you`re going hunting. [​IMG]

    Sometimes I like to browse the department stores just to get ideas from the displays. While my wife is shopping, I`ll take a quick stroll around the men`s section.

    Also, keep an eye on the trendy fashion shows too. For example, even though winter is just approaching, the fashion labels have already come out with their spring/summer stuff. You can get a pretty good idea on what`s to come for the coming seasons from them.
     
  9. SGladwell

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    More DB's than I've worn before, otherwise not much change. Brown has always looked good on me so I've always worn it.

    (By DB's I mean specifically DB suits. I wouldn't wear a DB sportcoat.)
     

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