Autumn Style Trends to Watch | Men's Health Magazine Australia

5 Autumn Style Trends to Watch

Ever feel like the year is travelling way too fast? Sadly summer’s over already but don’t let the rest of the year go by in the blink of an eye – update your wardrobe now for your trendiest season yet. As the temperatures cool dial up the heat with the five trends set to rule autumn.


One of the most notable trends of 2019, corduroy is officially making a comeback. We’ve seen glimpses of it in 2018, but the material is set to return to our shelves in Autumn. Searches for corduroy are up 507 per cent on Pinterest already this year.

Get the look: Add some texture to your style with mustard curduroy pants.


Sporty accents are an Autumn staple. Think racer stripes and athletic accessories that will add a touch of sporty flair to your look.

Get the look: with the TAG Heuer Carerra this classic yet contemporary sports watch is inspired by motor racing.


It’s time to bring back longer pants with this Autumnal weather, play with your relaxed look by cropping your pants with sneakers or loafers.

Get the look: don’t sacrifice comfort for fashion, wear a pair of no show socks with your shoes.


Street style fashion just took an unexpected turn. This season you’ll see different scarves from prints to plain look for something that’s not too chunky that will layer well.

Get the look: add a splash of colour with this central stripe scarf.


The Ethical Fashion Forum defines sustainable fashion as “an approach to the design, sourcing and manufacture of clothing which maximises and benefits people and communities while minimising the impact on the environment,” in Autumn we’re set to see an abundance of brands doing their bit to affect change.

Get the look: Patagonia’s worn wear campaign encourages people to repair their perfectly good clothing as opposed to buying more, Patagonia’s Bivy Down Jacket.


Did you get the warm and fuzzies watching the 91st Academy Awards? It’s no wonder with many of our favourite celebs rocking the red carpet in colourful velvet suits. From Jason Mamoa to Michael B Jordan the velvet look suits most body shapes and can add a velvety touch of fun to your usual look.

Get the look: If you don’t want to dive right in (with a red three-piece velvet suit like Stephan James), dip your toes in with this navy jacket.

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