Men’s winter wear is no more a protection garment but a style statement. Gone are the days of a simple snow-proof overcoat and big buttoned leather jackets in browns and black. Combining style in regular outfits is the mantra.
Sweaters are going through a makeover from simple polo necked ones to zippers and pull overs. The quality of wool is also getting superior to overcome lint problems after a wash. As winter nears, shops are stocked with bright colours in red, orange, aqua blue and pristine whites. There is a variety of range offered with context to fabric and the use. Short coats in woolen are wearable for mild winters in tropical areas. Matched with a muffler and a head gear one is ready to meet the winter winds.
Ponchos for men come in huge stripes or monotonous fish net kind of woolen weaving. Easy to wear and discard, this is a regular wear in the hilly areas. Formal comfort in woolens includes designer jackets. A leather and denim jacket is a compulsory wardrobe asset for men. Heavy denims are perfect for cool night outings.
The idea is to experiment with colours and break the boredom. Style and skin comfort need not be compromised. Pure woolens are a treasure and last for years and investing in them is a good idea. Wraps and shawls are easy wears. Special heavy thermals and tough boots for expeditions. Mens winter coats are also available in a wide range of fabric, patterns and designs.
Necklines can be chosen from low v necks to round necks, Chinese collars, collared T shirts and Turtlenecks. Whether sleeveless, half sleeved or full sleeves comfort is guaranteed. Heavy lined track pants and shirts with hoods for casual wear. Knit wear is classy and comes in medium weights. Choose among, heavy weight woolens, wrap, inner vests, cashmere, sweaters that allow a peek of your shirt collars (shells) or change your style with a fleece jacket.