San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 23, 2012
Cheap-Neckties.com, a website specializing in the sale of men’s neckwear, pocket squares and other accessories, just published a mens style guide for 2013 - highlighting the top 5 predicted mens fashion trends to hit the scene next year.
“Trends are a huge part of the fashion industry,” says Cheap-Neckties.com founder Hendrik Pohl. “They can be very hit or miss at times, but their omnipresence cannot be and should not be overlooked. Since new trends typically pop up at the turn of each year, we should no doubt expect 2013 to come in with a bang. Paying attention to what’s happened in the world of men’s fashion this year gave us plenty of insight as to what we should expect to see after the holidays settle down, and we wanted to share these predictions with our readers.”
Each trend will be given its own piece, in which the origin and elements of the trend will be analyzed and outlined. A section entitled “Embracing the Trend” serves as the closing segment of every article, providing tips to fashion-forward men about how they might be able to incorporate the trends into their own look.
“A lot of people hear about trends in men’s fashion, yet understanding how to actually approach them can be easier said than done, and often ends in a fashion faux pas,” says Pohl. “The ‘Embracing the Trend’ section at the end of each article is our way of showing that just about everyone can incorporate these trends into their own look, even if doing so may seem like a bit of a risk. After all, fashion is all about taking risks in order to find one’s own style, and trends can be very supportive of this notion.”
This isn’t the first time Cheap-Neckties.com has analyzed the state of the fashion industry. In the past, seasonal trends have been covered, and series’ on such topics as the psychology of color in fashion have been published.
“We’ll come right out and say that not all trends are worth embracing, but they’re all worth knowing about,” says Pohl. “As fashion experts, it’s our job to stay on top of what is happening within the industry, and we see it as a vocation to share these findings with our audience as often as possible. The more informed our readers are, the more enjoyment they’ll get out of putting together an ensemble.”