You may think of men’s jeans as a most classic, unchanging piece of clothing. Yet, the subtle changes this may involve lead to great effects – think about what happens with butterflies. Although less obvious, there are successive trends in men’s jeans as well. What do we have in store for this fall season then?
The denim pieces to be worn this fall are narrow and straight mostly, but not skinny. It may sound more like the classic cut, but it still keeps the grunge streak, especially since we have various washes combined together. As for the length, anything goes from traditional to shortened. It is adjustable, so anyone should feel free to shorten the jeans and wrap them up as desired and as required by their height. Trim them as you wish, it will certainly not look awkward for the coming months. In any case, any nice pair of slim jeans would go with a Concept Clothing shirt; heck, any nice pair would even go with a Maison Martin Margiela t-shirt, which aren’t exactly the friendliest shirts in the world (see below!).
Color-wise, the gray shades are back in the business. Blue, black and beige stay in, but in darker washes. Prints are also allowed, continuing the spring and summer trend. Moschino and Versace have gone to a great extent in printing the jeans for fall 2013, using abstract or graffiti-like patterns. If colored is not your type, the regular distressed, medium-wash denim is a safe option and will be seen in most stores.
Visual textures will be a highlight of the season. As in Diesel look book and not only, the coating has become an essential part: you can have jeans with a wet surface look or a texture that resembles leather. Fall 2013 comes with more masculine and complimenting jeans trends.