Very Velvet: How to Wear Fall’s Biggest Trend

Very Velvet: How to Wear Fall’s Biggest Trend

Now that it’s officially fall, it’s time to break out the fall wardrobe. One of the season’s biggest trends is velvet – in fact, it’s been one of falls biggest trends for a few years. But how do you wear it without looking like an imitation Hugh Hefner? (Unless that’s what you’re going for, then by all means – go for it!).

Here are 6 ways to wear velvet this fall.

A Velvet Tux

Attending a fall or winter wedding? A velvet tux is not only trend-appropriate but will make you look extra-dapper. Try it in unexpected colors like off-white, sand, or pale green.

A Velvet Bomber Jacket

What better way to sport the luxe fabric than with a coat? A velvet bomber is the perfect way to wear this trend without being too obnoxious or loud. Check out the new Members Only Velvet Bomber here.

A Velvet Sweatshirt

For sportswear that isn’t really sportswear, try a cozy velvet sweatshirt. Wear one with banded cuffs on the wrists and waist with a longer t-shirt and baggy jeans.

A Velvet Suit (with Sheen)

This look definitely requires some swagger, but we have faith you can pull it off. Start with black – complete with a ripped, vintage black tee underneath – and work your way up to louder colors.

A Velvet Party Jacket

Stand out in that holiday party by donning a velvet blazer. For bonus points, pick a party jacket in a can’t-miss hue like rich navy or emerald green.

Velvet Trousers

If a full velvet suit isn’t your speed and a velvet bomber jacket is just a bit too showy for you, take baby steps with velvet trousers. Try them in a slim-cut with a sleek shirt.

No need to stick to the same old fall trends year after year. Why not switch it up and add some velvet to your fall wardrobe?

(Images 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 are from GQ


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