The return of winter brings with it plenty of fear from the masses for what they can expect to see.
As much as that sentiment might remind you of the pending weather and inclement conditions, it actually pertains to the awful men's clothing attire set to debut again as fall flips the switch to winter.
Winter is a unique season when it comes to fashion for men because there is an innate feeling to cover up and seemingly not care much what is underneath the jacket. Simply put, layers often usurp the actual style element that often goes into hibernation when it comes to winter.
Bulky sweaters, oversized pants and hoodies and even the occasional instance when you're stepping out in sweatpants leads those seeing these fashion missteps as valuing practicality of staying warm over winning the style battle and managing to combat the elements.
One problem with men as it relates to sweaters and winter tops in general is the propensity to purchase clothing that is too big so that it can fit over plenty of other items you've chosen to wear. What the goal should be is buy the same size you'd wear in spring and summer and implement a layered look that is form fitting and stylish, not as though you look like you just rolled out of bed or are wearing a snowsuit rather than an ensemble that is worthwhile.
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