Despite the fact that fall 2012′s fashion trends are very much the same as fall 2011′s fashion trends, we still wait for it, to pick the most special one that suits you and your style. Who said that men don’t care about fashion, they may not be that much interested as women. But still they get a pretty much great, various, luxurious and comfy fashion trend collection. This fall fashion trend collections are spectacular. Many of the looks you’ll find here will still be in-fashion come 2012 and beyond. Which is a great thing – it means you can afford to spend more on a suit thus buying a quality piece of workmanship that you’ll still be able to wear for many a year to come. The same can’t be said of most fashion trends. This theory are mostly applied for men suits, While suiting and formal-wear trends for men aren’t seasonal (unless, of course, you’re talking about the weight of the cloth) and play out over several years, 2011 and 2012 continue the dominance of two qualities that any modern suit you invest in should aspire to have: classicism and masculinity, The classic part is the easy part. A good suit for this decade will take the best elements from the peak eras of men’s suiting and apply them to a modern silhouette. The masculinity of a suit is less easy to define; one can’t simply enter a tailor’s and say you want a suit infused with masculinity. Sadly, it doesn’t work that way. Instead, suits for 2012 and 2013 are all about a cut that compliments the male physique. The types of suits varies from, colors, designs and inspired era for it, a two piece suit is very popular and most wear suits by men they are very formal and fully occasional suits, the colors are what determine when to wear it exactly, you can wear a gray striped suit with a white shirt, it can be a casual suit or with a proper tie it will fit any formal occasion. The three pieces suit is a gorgeous suit that gives you the 60’s look, the three-piece in 2011 / 2012 is all about cohesion; forget the mismatching style prevalent in the early parts of the 20th Century and in the 1980s. The return of the three-piece suit means that, the waistcoat has to be cohesive and thus, in the same fabric as the suit’s other two pieces. Men should always take good care of their look that features their character and influence their work and business life.