Men's fashion trend to look out for in 2014 (Thinkstock photos/Getty Images)This year looks like a good year for men's fashion. Here are few trends to look out for.
This year seems like a good year for men who are into fashion as 2014 is all set to bring refreshing and attractive fashion trends for men. Here's a look at the trends you should look out for.
Floral prints: If you thought florals were only for women, then look into the future and floral prints are soon going to catch up with men's fashion as well. Be it shirts, pants, jackets or even sunglasses, florals is going to make the cut into everything.
Double breasted blazers: For those who like it formal, double breasted blazers are the next best thing. This trend is already catching up with celebrities and is soon going to pick up with the rest as well. Coming in various colours and textures, double breasted blazers can be paired with casuals as well as formals.
Polka Dots: These crazy dots have never really been out of vogue, but they are still making a comeback even stronger. Available in trousers, jackets, shirts, skirts and ladies tops, polka dots is the next big thing.
Bright trainer shoes: A splash of colours will brighten your feet this year. Bright trainer shoes in different neon colours like bright red, green, orange and yellow with edgy designs in floral prints are making their way in a big way.
Men's jewelled accessories: If you thought men's accessories were a passe then its time to rethink. This year men's jewelry is going to be big. In beads, leather bracelets and blingy wrist bands will make it through to haute couture.
Spices can be used as natural toner, cleanser and moisturizer.
Looking good doesn't need hard work or money. You can use home made hair and face packs too.
Turmeric: Curd and turmeric mix is perfect to cure sun tan. Use it everyday. Also add a dash of malai to the mix. You can also add besan, curd, turmeric and raw chawal to make a mix and prevent aging/wrinkles. Or add neem to haldi and apply it on sun tanned portion.
Neem: Boil neem leaf in water, sieve it and then use it with your bath water. Neem leaves reduce dark spots on your face.
Pudina: Crushed pudina is extremely beneficial for tans. Pudina leaves, rose petals and water can be boiled in a mix. Once cool add some drops of lemon juice and keep the mix in your freezer. Use it after bath everyday. If you add pudina leaves to coconut oil or almond oil and massage it on your hair then you get silky tresses.
Coriander: If your lips are black (due to over use of lip stick), then add coriander juice with malai on your lips before going to bed.
Honey: Half tea spoon honey, two tea spoon rose water and malai are the right face pack if you want natural moisturing. If you want to remove blackheads, you can add egg white, oat meal and honey face pack for 20 minutes. For a soft skin, use honey, curd, lemon juice and oat meal mix on your face.
Methi: Methi, amla, shikakai and curd are the right mix to prevent hair fall. Apply it on your scalp before you shampoo.
Garlic: If you have acne, crush garlic and apply it on the affected spot for 15 minutes. If you have pimples, add garlic cloves on the affected area and keep for 1 hour.
Sesame: Soak a handful of sesame in half cup water for 2 hours, stain it and store it in a bottle. Wash your face with this mix. All spots will disappear.
Potato: Crush potato and mix with olive oil and apply this to your face. Once it's half dried, wipe it with wet hands. Use it everyday to prevent black spots and give you radiant skin.