Men’s Fashion Trends 2023 Looks You’ll Want To Wear Right Now

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In the ever-evolving world of style, it can be hard to recognize the men’s fashion trends for 2023 that could work for you. You want to look current, but also be true to your personal style. You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers.

Plenty of your favorite designers and brands have charted their course for 2023, be it through fashion show runways or targeted advertising campaigns (you may have been served a few on your Instagram feed). In a few words, there’s no one defining style for 2023 in the menswear world, but plenty of diverse ways to amp up your wardrobe in a unique way—that goes for fans of athleisure, Western wear and workwear, too. In one sweeping trend, supersized silhouettes are making going-out wear as comfortable as joggers. We also love the resurgence of ’80s and ’90s collections that brands are bringing back for more fun the second time around.

There’s no need to stress over shopping the top men’s trends, if you consult our guide, remain curious and follow through with confidence. Without further ado, these are the 2023 men’s fashion trends we’re loving already.

1. Get Ready to Relax

The past decade-plus brought about a sea change in men’s suiting, there’s no denying it.  If you kept a weather eye out, you often came across razor-sharp, super-slim suits everywhere from Thom Browne to J. Crew.

Things are loosening up ever-so-slightly in menswear design (if collections from the likes of designer Willy Chavarria are any indication, for example). So, think fits with more room to move—remember that more relaxed clothes can still be tailored to the proper length while following acceptable menswear rules.

Think back to old-school suits of the ’40s and ’50s—silhouettes were more relaxed but weren’t baggy or sloppy. Much the same appears to be on the horizon for 2023.