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Men's Winter Style Guide

Now that it's cold outside, are you seriously thinking about wearing that ribbed turtleneck sweater  from six years ago? Please don't.  In fact, do us all a favour and toss it in the rubbish bin .  Every fellow likes to look his best when he goes out, and that sweater doesn't help. Use this style guide to update your winter wardrobe and show the ladies you know how to dress hot when it gets cold.

Outerwear

The Military Jacket 

Take the military style and combine it with the sophistication of wool or leather . These jackets can be worn when you're attending a social event or going for a night out with the guys. They can be paired with just about any article of clothing for a cool, edgy look.

  • If your military jacket isn't thick enough for the cold weather, layer it with a hooded sweater . 

Faux Fur Trim Parka 

Once the temperatures dip below the freezing point and the snow starts falling, it's time to bundle up with a parka . These jackets are filled with down or goose feathers  for a toasty feel.

  • Although these jackets may seem bulky, there are more fitted versions for your taste. 

Long Trench Wool Coat 

The long trench wool coat should be a winter staple in every man's winter closest. Not only is it classy, but it looks great with any outfit and keeps you warm.

  • These jackets often have a slim cut , which means you may have to buy one size up, depending on your measurements.

Tops

V-Neck Cardigan 

 For an elegant but casual look, v-neck cardigans make great (and cosy) fashion statements . These sweaters can be worn with button down shirts  or t-shirts, and they also come in a variety of materials, including lambswool and cashmere.

Cable Jumper 

There are many different styles of cable knits that are perfect for wearing at the office or for a nice dinner. With crew necks ,half zips , full zips, and v-neck styles , this thick jumper will be your new winter favourite.

Thermal Tops 

Thermal tops or t-shirts are often worn underneath your regular clothing when it gets chilly outside. Nonetheless, these can also be worn as regular clothing for a rugged edgy look. So, whether you're rocking a crew neck thermal  or v-neck , you'll stay toasty and look cool.

Henley 

Henleys are basically collarless pullover shirts  with two or more buttons down the centre. These shirts are meant to be worn casually and are great for layering . Pair a solid-colour henley with a long wool trench coat or military jacket and you'll look the very picture of style.

Bottoms

Jeans

Fitted Denim Jeans

  • Every guy loves his jeans, but sometimes the baggy look isn't very appealing. Don't worry, that's where slim jeans  will save the day. These have smaller leg openings  for a closer fit, and are perfect for a night out on the town or just going to class.
  • There are a few different types, so you should try on a few different pairs for the perfect fit. 
    • If you are unsure which brands/styles to try, here are some great starting points:

Trousers

Slim Trousers

  • Many guys think trousers  are only meant to be worn at fancy occasions, but they're wrong! This versatile item can be paired with trainers  and a t-shirt, a button-down shirt, or a military jacket...the possibilities are endless. Ben Sherman  is a good starting point for trousers.
  • If you want to add a little flair, opt for pinstripes . This design will definitely up your style factor and make you stand out.

Accessories

Scarves 

Keep your neck and chest warm with a scarf. Not only will this keep you bundled, but it also makes a great fashion accessory . Whether you just want to stay warm or look stylish, wrap one of these around your neck  and you'll instantly bump your outfit up a notch.

Hats 

From fitted to baggy, knit hats  lock in heat. However, if you're not a fan of these types of hats, there are fedoras ,newsboy caps , and much more. Make sure they're the right fit; if not, prepare for greasy hair and a potentially irritated scalp.

Fleece Gloves 

Don't forget to buy a pair of fleece gloves for your winter wardrobe. These keep your hands warm while allowing just enough finger movement so you won't have a problem grabbing or picking up objects. Fleece gloves  are much more comfortable than traditional leather  ones, and they accomplish the same thing. 

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