British GQ themed the chunky knit and wool scarves trend as the Harry Potter scarf trend, and I am here for it. These Super sized and chunky scarves are making a huge comeback. Guaranteed to keep you warm and stylish. As seen on the runways of Kent & Curwen and E-tauz.
I found this gem in the womens section of high street store ZARA, as unfortunately chunky vibrant scarves could be hard to find in the mens section. If this trend appeals to you, be sure to have a look at the women section first before the mens.
Image credit: British GQ
YELLOW IS THE NEW BLACK
Yellow is normally associated with spring summer, but this season bold colours are in. For me, this colour works best in the winter to spring transition. Perfect in little doses such as accessories like scarfs or bags.
IT’S CALLED A MIRT NOT A SKIRT
Traditionally men wearing skirts with pleats like I have done in this editorial comes from Scotland, wildly known was a kilt.It seems that this trend is becoming widely mainstream as several designers like Dsquared have been incorporating kilts into their ready to wear menswear line. This season many other designers like Iceberg and Charles Jeffrey have followed suit. I think this is a trend that is here to stay as non-gendered/binary clothing is becoming more of a thing. A most of the designer mirts/skirts come with a huge price tag, if you want to try out this trend a much more inexpensive option would be buying from a Scottish menswear store.