We have heard it time and again that every trend repeats itself. Menswear has driven inspiration from past too at one point or the other. So, let’s glance at the men’s fashion in last hundred years or so, and most importantly, how you can make well-versed decision about which style you want to develop when you go shopping next time. 


1920s – Expanding Horizons 


In 1920s developments started happening on the business front and hence they started exploring the fashion of other countries too. Longer frock coats because popular for business and regular wear, the classic black tuxedos were popularly being chosen as dress code for formal events and high-waist double-breasted trousers became the favorite of many fashion icons. 



1930s – The Peak of Elegancy 


During the period of 1930s, the fashion industry was on its peak.  Coats with loose fittings became a rage and men were often sported in trousers which were tapered at their ankles. Though double-breasted coats continued to remain in trend, shoulders were padded and squared-off. 
1930s – The Rise of Off-the-Shelf 

This period witnessed the birth of ready-to-wear for men. Suits and jackets in straight cuts were introduced and available off-the-shelf in the market. Grey flannels were highly in demand as fashion icons were often sported wearing them.  



1950s – The Age of Conventionality  


1950s witnessed the introduction of nylon and rayon fabrics. Men started preferring leisure dressing like a collared shirt with cardigans, suits became the official attire for office and special nights only and pleated trousers made a comeback in the fashion.  



1960s – Individuality & Revolutionary 


The youth in this era became more concerned about reflecting their individuality through their clothing rather than following the classical styles. Skinny fit suits and ankle length trousers became a common sight on men at various occasions and grey flannels continued to be in style. 



1970s – Disco Mode 


In the early 1970s, men started becoming more style conscious and hence develop a rebellion image which was reflected in their fashion. Jackets with wide lapels were being featured and single buttoned jackets came in the view. Men continued to become a fan of the leisure clothing as that gave a stylish yet comfortable look. 



1980s – Power Dressing 


In 1980s businessman resorted to a serious look with expensive attires and flashy accessories ruling the fashion world. They started experimenting with graphic patterns and bold colors which portrayed their confidence and power.  



1990s – The Comeback of Slimy and Skinny 


It was the era of Hollywood styling. People started following their favorite icons more closely. Slim fit suits were seen making a comeback and slim ties started become more popular. Men chose to wear skinny jeans more often for casual look. 



2000s – European Tailoring  


Menswear in this new millennium was majorly influenced by the slim-fit European tailoring. Celebrities were seen endorsing luxury fabrics everywhere and more attention was paid to the accessories like pocket squares. 



2010s – Reappearing of Styles  


It has been the decade of fashion bloggers and fashion stars. Men adopted the tailoring style of 1960s for their bespoke suits. Solids and plaids are being accepted more as far as they are made-to-fit. It is truly the era of classical styling with modern feel.  



Ultimately, the idea of menswear evaluation has been to take influence from past trends and adding the personalized touch with tailor-made suits and dressing.  





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Autho's Bio:

Moz is an innovative Content Writer who has years of experience in content writing and love to write about latest fashion trends. He also works as a freelance content writer for JodhpurTailors - a stop solution for Mens Tailored Suits. In his spare time, Moz loves to try hands on cooking and experimenting on new looks.