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Give your wardrobe a little refresh by incorporating some classic, menswear-inspired pieces into the mix. Tailored pieces such as a button-up blouse, cigarette pants and structured coats are just some ways to make your outfit look refined and put together. For a little extra inspiration, we have listed our favourite outfits below.

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Denim

Search for good quality denim that is suited to your body shape and will become a basic in your wardrobe for years to come.

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Cigarette pants

The best way to make this style look a little more feminine is by pairing it with heels or ballet flats to soften the outfit. Detailed accessories such as layered necklaces and bracelets can make any outfit look its best.

How To Style The Menswear Trend

Brogues

A pair of black leather brogues is ideal for the cooler weather since they can be matched with almost any ensemble! Carry a cute tote bag or evening clutch to make it a bit feminine.

How To Style The Menswear Trend

Oversized blazer

Make sure you’re set with a boyfriend blazer for the colder weather, since this piece is really effortless and easy to work with. Wear it with your work outfits or simply throw it over a sweater for the ultimate high-low look.

How To Style The Menswear Trend

Fedora

Finish off your outfit with a stylish fedora hat, which also covers up a bad hair day – who will know?!

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Varsity jacket

One of the biggest menswear trends to make an impact over the last year was the varsity jacket. Whether you buy it brand new, thrift it, or borrow one from your brother, the jacket will never go out of style.

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Biker boots

Finish off this trend with a pair of comfy biker boots. They are a fantastic piece to wear in winter with distressed denim, or in summer with a pair of cut-off shorts.

How To Style The Menswear Trend

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