These 6 outfits will keep you looking slick this autumn

11 Oct 2018
POSTED BY Y Magazine

This autumn, our men want outdoor-wear that shouts street-smarts, savvy, and strength. It’s almost as if the 80s are back. Here are some attention-grabbers from H&M.

Actually, not a preserve of the Victorian gent, but a versatile accessory that veers between formal and informal. A waistcoat cuts it when worn over a casual shirt with grey jeans or casual trousers.Only slim guys can carry it off, though. This black one really is money for nothing at RO10.99.

In the Reagan era, men were bold, brash, and didn’t balk at the prospect of pink.This light, button-down Oxford cotton shirt will suit most skin tones, and is easy to pair with light-grey or light-brown trousers. Avoid coupling with dark-coloured trousers, or beige ones unless you want him to look like a piece of Battenburg cake. Buy this one for RO10.99.

It’s not true that people fail to clock your footwear. So, make him step out with purpose with this pair of black Derby shoes that just click with a can-do attitude and a focus to the job at hand. Every step he takes, you’ll be watching him. Buy them, for RO20.99.

OK, so it’s not cold in Oman so why wear one? Well, U2’s The Edge made it cool in the 80s and now stars like Harry Styles are continuing the trend. Besides, he might need it for that winter weekend break to Turkey or Azerbaijan so why not invest in one? This one is black, of a wool-blend and costs RO4.99.

No one can go wrong wearing navy. It streamlines any man’s silhouette, and this wool and cashmere coat is soft, well-cut, and looks great over grey or navy trousers with a pair of black toe-cap shoes; all of which really mean business. It’s his for RO79.

The 80s were not a time to be coy about colour, and the puffer jacket is back with a vengeance this autumn. So, ladies, dress him up with your love in this yellow-and-black number that zips up and down, has a drawstring round the waist, and boasts plenty of pockets. It costs RO25.99.

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