So, are you happy to go green this season? Or does the thought of welcoming this shade into your autumn/winter wardrobe fill you with dread? As always, we welcome your thoughts and comments below...

One of the secrets to a successful autumn/winter look is perfect layering. A tweed blazer is superb for this purpose, as it is not only thick enough to work well as a top layer but the textural element helps add separation and depth, which is essential in defining your layers. Couple a...

For a many a year, women have been able to purchase and style themselves with bold coloured autumn/winter palettes – which include a variety of seasonal colours such as olive, purple, khaki, burgundy, burnt orange and camel. The hue may of been toned down a notch from spring/summer, but they...

We've seen the power of green return once again this season, with the colour landing itself a spot in our top trends rundown for autumn/winter 2015. Seasonally-appropriate and surprisingly versatile, this masculine shade will make a welcome addition to any cold-weather wardrobe. Here, we...

When doing research into who was championing the turtleneck for autumn/winter, the amount of variety and mix of designers pushing the piece was staggering. Below you can see catwalk images from Roberto Cavalli, Maison Martin Margiela, Calvin Klein and Hermes but the key is how they all are...

With that in mind, let's start with every Englishman's favourite autumn/winter fabric: tweed. A rough, unfinished woollen fabric coming in either plain or twill weave, tweed has been keeping people warm for over one hundred years. Traditionally used for upper class country clothing like...

With wax and quilted jackets becoming hugely popular within menswear this season, and mixed in alongside key fabrics such as tweed and cord, it is safe to say that the farm house heritage trend is going to be seeing us right through the autumn/winter seasons. However, as the heritage and great...

Here we could of chosen green, yellow, purple or any other colour for the knitwear or shirt, and it still would of looked great. Here at FashionBeans we've already detailed the recent rise bright colours for autumn/winter; with colourful knitwear, denim, outerwear and look books featured...

If you're only going to buy one this autumn/winter, then make it a chunkier one in a neutral colour such as navy, grey or beige. Maybe with a subtle pattern thrown in for good measure. Then wear it with everything! So long as you nail the fit (snug on your shoulders, sleeves end at your...

As outlined in the first part of our autumn/winter essential fabrics series, if you want to survive a full year in the UK as a stylish gent, you should begin to dress seasonally. Not only do seasonal pieces ensure comfort – keeping you warm in the winter and cool in the summer – they also...

 

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