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Consider this Liberty guide to A/W22’s must-have pieces your one-stop-shop to sartorial greatness.

Men’s Winter Fashion Trends for Style Seekers

Attention all men about town: invest in these trends to keep your finger on fashion’s pulse
By: George Elliot

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Men’s Winter Fashion Trends for Style Seekers

Attention all men about town: invest in these trends to keep your finger on fashion’s pulse

By: George Elliot

So, you’re looking to refresh your style rotation with the season’s definitive men’s winter fashion trends? Well, you’ll be glad to have landed here, on Liberty’s lowdown of the trends worthy of your investment. From the return of varsity style and a fresh take on suiting to post-summer florals and all that’s pink (the official colour of the season), consider this your guide to sartorial greatness.

Hard Shoulder

This season’s silhouette has undergone something of a transformation, with boxy tailoring extending shoulders to new extremes. Ideal for those who’ve been awaiting the power shoulder’s return, achieve the exaggerated look by slipping into Han Kjøbenhavn’s Single Suit Blazer, £380, an ‘80s-inspired piece with angular lines and padded shoulders. Alternatively, make space in your wardrobe for Le17septembre’s Double Jacket, £335. Double-breasted (another tailoring trend on the rise), it, too, comes complete with larger-than-life architectural shoulders.

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Flower Power

Florals are once again proving their seasonal versatility, with many key designers choosing blooming prints for their pieces. To get in on this one, look to Marni x Carhartt WIP's Green Oversized Floral Jacket, £530; emblazoned in a mesmerising pattern of graphic florals, it fuses Carhartt WIP's signature workwear style with Marni's love of boldness. Flowers are big news in the trouser department too. For a work-to-weekender pair that will both instantly upgrade your workwear rotation and look just as good when worn to a dressy party, might we suggest Wax London’s Kurt Trousers, £125?

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Pops of Pink

At this time of the year, you might feel the sartorial pull towards black and grey tones, but it might be time to reconsider. Many of this season’s collections are awash with something with a little more pep: pink. Coming in a delicate hue (perfect if pink is a little out of your ordinary), we recommend getting your hands on Stone Island’s Zipped Overshirt, £375 before hypebeasts snap it up. But when it comes to this the-bolder-the-better trend, extra kudos points go to those who go all-out by wearing pink’s more vibrant shades, so try Our Legacy’s Trekking Cargo Trousers, £270 on for size.

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Back to School

Taking notes from the American college student’s wardrobe, the classic varsity look is back in full force. Think anything decked in school-inspired stripes (like Pop Trading Company’s Henley Sweat, £165) letterman jackets and bombers such as the retro-inspired Stadium Jacket by Uniform Bridge, £280. Then there’s the sporty staples including Moncler’s Zip-Up Hoodie, £605. But to make your way to the top of the class, you’ll also need the right kind of accessories to hand. So for full marks when it comes to this trend, consider wearing Casablanca’s logo-emblazoned Baseball Cap, £140 and a preppy winter warmer like Johnstons of Elgin Tartan Cashmere Scarf, £130.

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Under Wraps

As outerwear season is upon us, now’s the ideal time to upgrade your coat and jacket game, so make space in your wardrobe for a sculptural puffer and padded gilet - two of autumn/winter’s must-have pieces. You’ll want to invest in the brands that make the very best, so first look to Moncler. Down filled, featuring a logo-embellished patch pocket and crafted from recycled nylon laqué for a luxe, glossy finish, the Chiablese Short Down Jacket, £1,405 is a coveted piece that’ll keep you warm, too. Up there alongside it is Canada Goose’ Crofton Down Vest, £495; whether you pair it with off-duty leisurewear or layer it over a shirt and tie, this weather-proof allrounder fuses form and function.

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Sweater Weather

If you look for pieces that are as attention-grabbing as they are effortless to wear, you’ll be happy to know that statement knits are trending this season. Vibrant in colour, embellished with oversized logos and complete with playful graphics, these jumpers, cardigans and rollnecks are maximalist in every sense of the word, so let them become your outfit’s focal point. Take Acne Studios’ Crew-Neck Wool Sweater, £350; chunky, ribbed and embossed all-over with the label’s iconic face logo, simply pair it with a jeans and t-shirt combo for an instant style upgrade. But if you need something that bridges the gap between work and leisure, AMI’s Ami de Coeur Knitted Crew-Neck, £320 is the one for you.

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Software

Luxurious textures also dominated this season’s runways, meaning the remaining space in your autumn/winter wardrobe should be reserved for fur, fleece and all that’s fuzzy to the touch. Crafted from velvety-smooth faux suede and featuring an oversized shearling collar, A.P.C.’s Tom Jacket, £710, a snug, aviator-style jacket is just the ticket, while Le17septembre (a Seoul-based brand that’s just landed in Liberty’s famed menswear department) is the king of this trend too, just take this Bouclé Cardigan, £335; woven from a fluffy Alpaca-blend wool as proof.

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