In comes the cold front and out goes the sunshine, winter is here and with it comes a whole host of men's fashion trends for AW17.From this season's must-have layers to statement outerwear, we've got all you'll need to stay stylishly snug this winter.
#1 H2T Tonal Pick your favourite colour and devour it for this season's tonal trend. We're talking paired block colours, subtle tinted washes and plenty of matchy matchy shades.
#2 Evergreen Sumptuous tones continue to dominate for AW17, and moss green is one of the favourites. Look to rich greens in textured fabrics that make them even more magnificent, and do it with everything from tailoring to sportswear.
#3 Roll Down The catwalk loved a roll neck this season, whether in a textured knit or a fine gauge wool. Layer them under your tailoring or team them with corduroy trousers for a preppy professor vibe.
# 4 Cords Talking of which… Suiting gets sumptuous with corduroy. Channel the trend in loose fit trousers or elevate your sartorial style with a slim fit cord suit. Wear them with everything from polo necks to dark shirts.
#5 Over Puffed The street style reign of the puffer continues. This season, make it oversized, with billowing silhouettes and plenty of dramatic volume. Add a pair of padded trousers to really nail the men's fashion trends this season.
#6 Ski School We're talking slope ready outerwear with Alpine motifs, fur trims and pom poms. High tech meets high fashion with sporty detailed ski jackets and trousers. Winter is coming…
#7 Heart the Art Statement sweaters go bold with art inspired prints and patterns. Whether it's watercolour painted knitwear or a Mondrian inspired sweatshirt, it's time to wear your art on your sleeve.
#8 Vitamin C The was an orange overload on the catwalk as it emerged a favourite for the AW17 colour palette. Give it a subtle nod and wear an orange top with a grey suit, or go all out with a sunshine-shaded winter coat.
#9 Slogan Statements The slogan tee advances for this season's men's fashion trends and takes over your entire wardrobe. Look to statement logos on everything from your knitwear to your outerwear, bonus points if you can make it political.
#10 Business is Booming Power dressing is in. The catwalk is channelling the prosperous 80s with statement suiting - think wide legged trousers, oversized shirts and power wool overcoats. Always include a statement tie to finish the look.