5 Pitti Uomo Trends to Wear Now

Pitti Uomo is one of the world’s biggest and most famous menswear trade shows. It’s where menswear’s elite go to meet, greet, and check out what’s new and fresh. It’s also where trends are born. If you’ve ever scanned through street style photos from Pitti, you know that the peacocking is often fairly aggressive, which might make you think, “There’s no way I could ever pull that off.” From the latest edition, however, I spotted a number of trends that anyone could easily incorporate into their personal style this season. Check them out.

1. Camel Topcoats

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2. Layered Denim Jacket

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3. White Denim/Trousers

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4. Turtlenecks

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5. Denim Shirts

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BONUS: 6. Double-Breasted Waistcoats

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Will you be sporting any of these styles this winter?

Thanks for reading.

Stylishly Yours,

He Spoke Style

Featured image via Style.com. Images 1-6 via GQ


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  • http://www.alphapeople.org Julien Mériot

    Hey Brian, great article! White trousers/denim has always been a big thing in Pitti Uomo it seems, not just this year. Apparently, it’s a pretty common thing in Italy.
    I wondered if you knew any brands that was making camel peacoats? I ride my bike a lot so topcoats aren’t really practical for that but it seems like it’s really rare…

    Thanks again,

    • http://hespokestyle.com Brian Sacawa

      I can’t recall a camel colored peacoat off the top of my head. Looking at the selection from Nordstrom, however, there are more than a few shorter camel coat options.

      • http://www.alphapeople.org Julien Mériot

        Thanks Brian, it’s really not easy. THey have one from Michael Kors but it’s only 60% wool so I fear for the quality…

  • Nick

    Great article as usual. Been following pitti for a few years now and seeing the styles and clothes those guys wear are indeed very bold, but the really pull it off. I’ve been seeing the white denim, camel topcoats and denim layers more and more on the blogs. Even purchased myself a new denim jacket last summer. And the white denim is also a regular in my closet. Could you give maybe give some advice on wearing more turtlenecks, been wearing some but I often find it hard to create a good and effortless outfit with them.

    • http://hespokestyle.com Brian Sacawa

      Sure thing, Nick. Been wearing turtlenecks a lot this winter. Check out the looks here, here, and here to start. Also try searching the Style Guide by ‘sweaters.’ Cheers.

  • Tod

    Really hoping for the camel trend – I have wanted one for years and I started on white denim last year. Too chubby for turtlenecks – thanks for thr roundup. I heard there was a lot of tweed too.

    • http://hespokestyle.com Brian Sacawa

      The great thing about camel being a “trend” right now, is that it’s timeless. So if you’re going to get on that one, it’s an investment that won’t go out of style.

  • http://anorexicescapades.com BougieHippie

    Love the 1st look,freaking brilliant!


    • http://hespokestyle.com Brian Sacawa

      That’s Yasuto Kamoshita. One of my personal style icons.

  • http://golden-shapes.blogspot.com Jorge Barrionuevo

    Camel is one of the biggest trends to keep an eye on.
    Nice choices to wear these months Brian.
    Greetings from Ecuador

    • http://hespokestyle.com Brian Sacawa

      Great hearing from you, Jorge! Thanks for the support.

  • Tommy

    I’m a big fan of the DB waistcoat. I’ll definitely be adding some to my closet this year!

    • http://hespokestyle.com Brian Sacawa


  • Tobias Bach

    I’ll definitely go with the denim shirts. Hugo Boss has some great denim business shirts, love them! You can wear them in the office (at least in Germany ;-) and also in your free time, so they are pretty versatile.

    • http://hespokestyle.com Brian Sacawa

      They’re a great option. It’s a great way to make a suit a little more casual as well. Thanks for the comment, Tobias.