Fashion changes in fast pace. Each season comes with new styles. But what are the timeless fashion looks that will never go out of style?
1. White T-shirt
Mens fashion simple White T-shirt ($90) by Sunspel, sunspel.com and Thin Finn jeans ($165) by Nudie, nudiejeans.com.
Nailing such a basic look might seem easy, but you need to have the right ingredients. Invest in a white T-shirt cut from good cotton–you’ll soon realize its merits can’t be understated. And opt for slim (but not too slim) blue jeans devoid of pre-imposed rips and streaks. If they’re good, they’ll wear-in all by themselves. For the definitive tip on getting it right, see Marlon Brando in Streetcar Named Desire. To channel the full look you’ll need to hit the gym. Hard. But we’ll leave that to you.
2. Trench Coat
Mid-length trench coat ($1,795) by Burberry, burberry.com.
A guaranteed way to smarten up (or perhaps obscure) any slightly iffy look, the origins of the trench coat are in dispute, but its fundamental virtues are not. Take one look at Humphrey Bogart in the closing scene of Casablanca and you’ll understand; a collar to frame ones face, a belt to cinch in a potentially wayward midriff and a length that elongates the silhouette. What’s more, the trench coat can be employed to cover up all manor of sins, making even the shabbiest of gents look up to scratch.
3. Navy Suit
Hackett Navy Check Suit, $998. hackett.com
Every man looks good in navy, its timless Mens Fashion must have. Whether it’s a seersucker blazer, a cotton jersey or a Gabardine mac, it’s a shade which transcends both time and trend. The pinnacle? The navy suit–a timeless, understated and infinitely cool old friend that will always have you looking your best, as Michael Caine readily illustrates. Jeremy Hackett describes it as “the men’s version of the little black dress,” and he’s absolutely right, although twinning it with five inch heels might be a bit much. Visit For more trends on mens fashion