Get ready for the cold weather by incorporating men’s styles into your wardrobe.

The end of every year often sees us evaluating the past year and preparing for the next one. While the new year brings with it ample chances to elevate your life through resolutions, it also ushers in a new set of fun new rules for your closet. Fashion trends come and go annually, but each year also brings a new crop of fun trends for you to experiment with. Men’s style have been very cool this year, as it offers a whole slew of fun new fashion developments. However, in the ever-evolving world of style, it can be hard to recognize the best men’s fashion trends for 2023 that also work for you. Surely plenty of your favorite designers and brands have provided you with ideas for men’s clothing to shop for fall 2023, be it through fashion show runways, targeted advertising campaigns, or social media posts.

A few things to note: supersized silhouettes are making going-out wear as comfortable as joggers, and we’re loving the resurgence of ’80s and ’90s pieces, which many brands are bringing back for more fun the second time around.

If you’re in the mood to add to your wardrobe for fall 2023, here is a collection of 2023’s Men’s style trends for you to be on the lookout for.


Holy magenta

Every year, the folks over at Pantone give us the color of the year, delivering a little bit of insight into what colors the fashion industry is going to push. For 2023, men have been to figure out how to wear the pinkish-purplish color magenta. Many guys will have a visceral reaction to the thought of wearing not just pink, but a loud and bright take on it. If you feel a little hesitant about standing out with that bright of a color, find subtle ways to incorporate it into your wardrobe without being overwhelming, such as with a magenta tie or pocket square.

Welcome back the ’80s and ’90s

Break out your braided belts, chained wallets, and Charlotte Hornets Starter Jackets because the 1990s are back, baby. If you’ve lived longer than 20 years, you’ve probably discovered that fashion is cyclical. Women ditched the low-rise jeans of the early 2000s and re-embraced the ultra-high-waisted fits of the ’80s and ’90s. We are about to do the same, as men’s fashion is reaching back a few decades for inspiration.

More specifically, the turtleneck and leather are some of the trends making a comeback this winter. Punch up some of your suits with a turtleneck instead of a dress shirt, and embrace your motorcycle-chic look with a nice bit of leather. Or modernize them both by combining them and wear a black turtleneck under your leather jacket for the ultimate 2023 men’s style.

Athleisure begrudgingly takes us back to the office

We are now two years removed from the pandemic of 2020, and our bosses are starting to eye the offices again. Regardless if the world is ready for it, many industries are going to ditch the work-from-home dynamic and ask their people to come back. Like it or not, you may have to retire the sweatpants and actually get dressed for work again.

Of course, fashion brands anticipated this men’s style fashion trend and doubled down on athleisure. Many brands are going softer on their chino materials and embracing stretchy fabrics. These more breathable garments will bridge the gap between your Saturday joggers and your old business casual.

Hybrid shoes blend our home and work life

Getting rid of the hard-sole leather shoes and opting for something more comfortable will keep you on the go without destroying your feet now that they’re more accustomed to slippers than ever before. Don’t stop at the hybrid dress shoes with the sneaker sole; look for the dress sneakers to round out a collection of hybrid shoes. While the hybrid dress shoe can dress up an outfit, the dress sneaker can dress down another. There’s no need to update your entire shoe wardrobe, but these are the perfect additions in men’s style.

Relaxed fit finally keeps us comfortable

If you’re the kind of person who caved in to fashion trends in the last decade, you likely went super slim with your suits. After watching Daniel Craig in Spectre or Tom Hiddleston in Thor: Ragnorak, you may have run out to talk to a tailor to see if you had the physique to pull off the painted-on suit. In 2023, the time is right to retire those ultra-slim suits and loosen up. The suit tailoring trend is moving more toward modern or contemporary fits. A more relaxed fit in the pant leg and suit jacket follows the same trend as the rest of the fashion industry in attempting to keep you comfortable as you head back to the office.