Men’s Fall Winter Fashion Guide 2010-2011

For your "on the go, I need to know" conveniences we created the Men's Fall Winter Trends Pocket Guide. That included this seasons must-haves for any and all stylish gents. Now we'll get a bit more specific. So go ahead, and bookmark it…


The Urban Gentleman presents

2010 – 2011 Fall Winter Fashion, Style, and Trend Guide

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All-American Workwear. We’re pulling up bootstraps and going to work. This ain’t for the wannabe’s or pretty boys its for the men that have work to do, have success on the brain and are taking steps to do it… wait a sec, that got kinda preachy. Okay, but seriously All-American Workwear is about the work ethic frame of mind in that hardworking American way… so that means all the labels for this look have to say “made in USA”. USA made classic boots and sneakers, khakis, denim, creased pants, monochromatic tones that closely mimic the attire of hardworking Americans- like mechanics, railroad workers, cattle-herders (yea, I said it), etc. But we just add a few refined Urban Gentleman touches.

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More of this tomorrow.

 

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The Schoolyard Kid aka The Prep. Inspired by the new Ivy Style of our Schoolyard Wardrobe, this guy is the walking spokesperson for, “The Official Prep Handbook”, but with a new age Urban Gentleman twist. He doesn’t mind showing a little ankle in the summer, and in the Fall he knows to stock up on a variety of socks to keep warm (and stylish).

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For more ivy style / prep / schoolyard kid.

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90s Steez. It’s like this, everything cool about the 90s is all we wanna sport from the boxy denim jackets, to the not cool then, but are cool now shirts… we’re even rockin’ the hairstyles—that means the parts, Kid 'n' Play boxes, and Zac Morris haircuts. Color blocking, opposing patterns, cross colors, 90s cartoons gear, did I already mention denim?, shirts tucked in, and most things signature early-mid 90s. We'll be bringing you a sweet taste of this next week.

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Plaid and Selvedge. And the plaid goes on, we’ve just upgraded its bottom half. As mentioned in the Fall Winter Men’s Fashion Pocket Guide… it’s almost a “go premium, or go home” situation these days. Obviously its not That serious, but every gent has to have atleast one pair.

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Urbane Wanderer. This guy is a dreamer, he's on a mission to greatness and he's slightly hush about doin' it. He probably carries a rucksack (equipped for life's travels). You probably know his wardrobe– he invests in few articles of clothing… because almost everything he wears is specific, sometimes meticulously chosen: his jacket, his beaten up boots, his signature hat, maybe his scarf. He collects pinbacks, he likes classic vintage things, and really respects those with good style.

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photos by: The Urban Gentleman, (mechanic: the sartorialist.blogspot.com), runway: nymag.com

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19 Comments


  1. Oh, I'm not sure I'll ever get over the 90s comeback, but I suppose it had to happen sooner or later. If anything this gives me an excuse to bust out my old Power Rangers t-shirts. 

  2. Hi there :) Is it OK that I kinda off topic? I’m trying to view the website on my new iPhone but it doesn’t show correctly, do you have any recommendations? Should I try to find an update for my browser or something? Thanks for the help I hope! Genia x :)

  3. Tweeted now. Translated in french this week!

  4. I like the new design much more easy than the last format  and i can finally find older articles 

  5. I LOVE the rust and gray-colored skinny tie in the first preppy photo. So cool!

  6. Thanks for this page. I’ve read it in the metro with my phone and found it very interesting.

  7. been a typo, Your blog looks good. Have a nice day.

  8. Would the shirt-on-shirt look work if the sleeves weren't rulled up (getting a little cold in NYC for the rolled-up-sleeve look).

  9. Yea, absolutely. Just make sure the shirt on the bottom is a lighter (not as heavy) material than the one on top. We’ll try to work in some examples of that later on.

  10. I've been a reader on this site for about a year now, and each fashion guide never disappoints. I'm so excited to see the 90's trend look book!

  11. I first came across your website a few days ago when I was researching Men's Fashion trends for a film I'm doing wardrobe for and I'm obsessed. How often do you find quality websites dedicated to Men's Fashion (this said as a girl) and not only that but this entire post on 2010-2011 trends is concise, accurate and fun to read. I've groupied you to hell and back- but I salute your wonderful work.

  12. I like this style very much especially because it is very unique, filled with various elements and the overall appearance is very joyful.

  13. Love this!

  14. Hi

    Great site, really enjoy the tips.

    Quick question, was wondering what jeans exactly were being worn in the Plain and Selvedge Photo?

    Really digging the look!

    Cheers

  15. I think guys are switching back to the tee. You see them everywhere including malls, clubs, and under posh sport coats. Today’s man wants an upgraded tshirt which emphasizes both style and comfort. They demand a shirt that looks the part but feels like their favorite shirt from their freshman year in the dorms…

  16. i love you yaprak!

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  18. i s really like the preppy look still,minus last years bow-tie.a soft irish wool tie is nicer

  19. Great post. I used to be checking constantly to this weblog & Im very impressed!

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