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Men's fashion: what to wear for the winter

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="330"][/caption] Winter may seem like the worst time of year for men to dress their best, but the correct outerwear, boots and winter accessories can completely change that mindset! From suede fringed jackets to long length bomber jackets, designers and creative directors from major brands have prepared hard for weeks to add excitement for the cold months. Major companies like Zara are known for their incredible selections of outerwear. The quality of their pieces will last a lifetime when taken care of properly. Each season, the “It” colors come to work. This season, black, navy blue, olive green and camel are in full effect. Peacoats are a must for every man’s closet. Celebrities like Kanye West and Harry Styles have proven that peacoats can be worn not only formally, but casually with a pair of skinny jeans or a classic hoodie. All winter outfits can alo become complete with the right pair of boots. Chelsea boots are the most common boots to compliment any outfit which can be found in Urban Outfitters and ASOS. Christmas is right around the corner and a  new pair of boots would be a great gift! Even sunglasses which may seem more common for the summer, are even cooler when worn in the winter. They go great with a nice coat, jeans and sweater. A classic pair of Ray Ban Aviators or Dior Composites will be sure to make any formal or casual outfit look cool and trendy. Looking cool and feeling warm at the same time have never been this easy! Even GQ Magazine’s “What To Wear Now” fall and winter issue is the best way to gain more inspiration for the next season. This issue also gives 30 of the most essential trends so men can get a real vibe of what to expect when brands switch over. Men have become open to exploring what fits them best which makes it easier for brands to gain new fans in order to sell their products quicker and easier. So, try to get more warm while staying stylish as winter approaches. Martin O. Tettey can be reached at


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