5 Amazing Men's Fashion Styles for 2020

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5 Amazing Men's Fashion Styles for 2020
Whether it's an older style or something new, men's fashion has its trends set for 2020. Check out this article to know what fashion styles to wear.

With 2020 in full swing it’s time to talk about clothing choices. There have been a few changes to men’s fashion styles that every man should be on top of.

The good news is that you won’t have to empty out your wardrobe and replace anything in order to stay trendy. Many of the styles we saw in 2019 are bleeding over into 2020 such as bags and loose clothing. We’re going to go over a few of these trends with you.

Check out this guide to learn what you should be filling your closet with in this new year.

1. Loose-Fit Clothes
For a long time, the tighter your clothes were the better. This fad ended in 2019 as loose-fitting clothes made their way onto the scene. The trick to making this look work is to be consistent with the cuts.

If you wear loose-fitting pants and a tight shirt you'll look a little disproportionate. Your entire outfit needs to be relaxed.

2. Cross-Body Bag
If you're tired of having all your belongings jangling in your pockets we have great news for you. Cross-body bags are going to be huge this year.

No, it's not a purse, it's a bag. It's like wearing a fanny pack except instead of dropping down to your hip, it sits a little further up on your waist. It looks better and it doesn't get in your way as much.

3. Necklace
Yes, men can accessorize with jewelry too. In fact, this year it's encouraged with fashionable necklaces. Even wearing a simple chain either outside or inside your shirt will do a good job of adding a unique look to your outfit.

To add a little extra interest you can wear one that has a small pendant on it. That will be enough to draw the eye without looking overly flashy.

4. Chunky Soles
Chunky soles have always been popular but this year you want to go as chunky as possible with your sneaker selection. Buy Givenchy sneakers at SSENSE to be fashionable and a little bit taller.

5. Tie-Dye Sweatshirt
You don't have to stick to button-ups in order to look good. The new year has brought a sense of fun with it with tie-dye sweatshirts and hoodies.

You can go as bright or subtle with your color choices as you want. If you want to avoid feeling too sloppy, you can always pair your tie-dye hoodie with a nice chino.

Drawstring trousers are also an option. They will help unify your look and they're comfy.

Men's Fashion Styles That You Can Expect in 2020
With the new year comes new men's fashion styles to keep up with. The good news is that some of these aren't anything new. You won't have to replace your entire wardrobe in order to stay trendy.

You may have to pick up some stuff though and that's where we come in. Check out the rest of our blog for more great reads.

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