Hey boys!! If you came to read our new post about the latest trends, just sit back and enjoy our trip because we will take you to Milan,London and NY.

piti-uomo-201_tommy-ton-fall-2015-menswear_street-style-113From the Pitti Uomo until the London streets and the ”NY hot boys” we did a research about what all the hot boys are wearing right now in the biggest cities of fashion.

We have the latest 4+1  TOP TRENDS FOR YOU!!!



Patterned suits are experiencing a big revival. Inspired by Italian sprezzatura icons and British royalty these kind of patterns are becoming suitable not only for semi formal occasions but even for business attire.


Although stripes were common men’s choice for decades, checked patterns have become must have, not only for fall and winter traditional fabrics but for year-long outfits. Among so many patterns I am sure you will find one that will suit you best. Some are more traditional and some are more flamboyant.



When it comes to menswear, it’s a hoary old cliché to preach about ‘timeless classics’. But camel, that very light brown shade.


At Louis Vuitton in Paris, Kim Jones showed a variety of coat styles, mixing them up further by adding prints. Hedi Slimane at Saint Laurent included a more conventional but still covetable version in his collection of Parisian scenester wardrobe staples. While Miuccia Prada expanded her remit from coats to shirts.


This season, camel is so hot it’s fire. Menswear’s Mad Men have gone crazy for it. Hugo Boss has ensconced top male model Clement Chabernaud in a camel coat and Bottega Veneta is pushing a sharp peak lapel. Meanwhile, at the other end of the pricing spectrum, H&M has a surprisingly luxe-looking dropped shoulder number.



For some reason more men are “afraid” of the the turtleneck and I can understand why.But if you won’t try it, don’t say ”NO” to turtlenecks because they are very warm and always in style.


We love that a good turtleneck is casual enough for a night out, but also dressed-up enough to get you through shirt-and-tie dress code. Before you put your neck out there—or in there, as it were—here are a few things you need to know.


Start With Plain, Dark Colors
Sure, there are turtlenecks out there in bright green, red, and both, but if you’re just starting out the foolproof way to go is black. Bob Dylan wore it long before there was a Ron Burgundy—now it’s time for you to channel some of that beatnik mojo. Once you’ve got it down, move on to different hues, stripes, and pared-down patterns.


Thin Turtlenecks Are Great Turtlenecks
Chunky turtlenecks in intricate knits and weaves can be warm as hell, but can also add unnecessary bulk to a winter look.


A Turtleneck Under a Topcoat Is the Easiest (and Most Efficient) Style Swerve of the Season



As we’re in love with Mr. Grey our HOT colour for this season is grey.

Grey is ”the new black”.


A light grey blazer is a popular shade to go for, giving you a clean, sleek look but leaving you with a brighter and more striking finish. You can easily go for a uniformed look with a light grey blazer and light grey trousers, giving you a formal look that maintains a cool edge. You can also create an eye-catching contrast by pairing your blazer with darker trousers.



Who said that men don’t need accessories;;


A gentleman’s wardrobe should always include the basic accessories like hats,gloves,scarves & ties!!


Give an extra touch to your style with the basic accessories but never forget:

Always choose one item not everything together..

Remember that simplicity is the is the keynote of all true elegance.

xoxo Maria Pasiali


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