16 Men’s Winter Outfit Ideas to Get You Through The Season [2022]

How should one dress for the upcoming winter? “the same as last year” would be the most common response from men. In case you’re looking to spice up your winter wardrobe, we’ve put together a collection of 16 different men’s winter outfit ideas for you to explore.

Winter is the season that girls dislike the most. Even more so, it appears, than the guys. Are you, however, like me? Do you prefer winter to those sweaty and scorching summer days? Perhaps you enjoy the holidays, gift-giving, and family gatherings. Perhaps you enjoy looking casual and comfortable in your winter outfits as well. Whatever your reasons for loving or hating winter, here are 16 casual winter outfits I’ve put together to get you through the chilly season.

1. The Red Blazer with All-White Outfit

The Red Blazer with All-White Outfit

All-white outfits look great with this red blazer. With her oversized turtleneck and straight-cut blazer, she looks fantastic.

This timeless winter outfit is perfect for a date that requires a bit of walking. We can only pray that it doesn’t get too cold.

On the other hand, if your ankles are exposed like that on a cold and windy day, we’ll definitely be concerned about them. Wearing moccasin will ease our minds.

2. Casual Jogging Suit

Casual Jogging Suit

Your sweatpants-loving male friends may already be familiar with this fact. And yes, if we could, we’d wear it all the time.

This new decade’s trend is all about comfort, so you should follow suit. To top it off, this cozy cashmere jogging suit and white shoe outfit is a visual treat.

In contrast to the quarantine look, however, the red coat transforms the outfit into something elegant enough to wear to hang out downtown.

You may not be able to wear this to church, but you’ll look great shopping at the supermarket.

3. Casual Vest

Casual Vest

Are you a fan of the latest fads? Men’s fashion moves at a much slower pace than women’s (thank god).

I don’t see myself buying something just because it’s trendy, like wide-leg pants, unless I’m a fan of it. Maybe I’m just saying this because I’m well aware that I’m not going to look good in the majority of current fashions.

Vests are a hot fashion item right now, whether you like them or not. There is no need to spend a fortune on a stylish yet casual winter outfit, as this example shows.

4. Distressed Skinny Jeans Paired with Simple White Sweatshirt

Distressed Skinny Jeans Paired with Simple White Sweatshirt

When it comes to men, distressed skinny jeans paired with simple white sweatshirts are enough. Dressing in this way can be an effective way to draw attention from men when worn correctly.

Even more appealing is the addition of a hoody and suede boots for the winter. And, yes.

5. Outfit With Many Layers and Shades

Outfit With Many Layers and Shades

This is my favorite of the casual winter outfits on this list. Not because it’s the most seductive, adorable, or irresistible. There are so many different layers and colors in this outfit that I appreciate it. It’s also noticeable how the different fabric textures enhance the overall appeal of this design.

6. Denim Jacket is Paired with an Oversized Knit Sweater

Denim Jacket is Paired with an Oversized Knit Sweater

Denim is a must-have for any wintertime casual ensemble. Denim jackets, on the other hand, are particularly useful in the winter months because of the numerous ways they can be layered. The boyfriend denim jacket is paired with an oversized knit sweater to create the perfect winter look.

The scarf and pom beanie look is sure to catch the attention of all the male students on your campus.

7. Camel Teddy Coat

Camel Teddy Coat

I didn’t give this outfit much thought at first. But I secretly wanted to wear it this winter because it was so fashionable. Apart from that, I thought it appeared to be quite warm.

What struck me was how easy and practical yet stylish these types of outfits were, and I realized this was the essence of casual style.

To keep things simple, you can wear a camel teddy coat with a white t-shirt and white jeans and shoes. Plus, once you’re inside and your teddy coat, you’ll have a completely new style.

8. Turtlenecks and Plaid Pants

Turtlenecks and Plaid Pants

Turtlenecks and plaid pants make a comeback every season.

To emphasize the waist, tucking a turtleneck into your pants is a great way to hide your upper body.

Belts and pants with a high waist also help to slim you down and enhance your feminine features.

9. Oversized Hoodie and Wide-Leg Pants

Oversized Hoodie and Wide-Leg Pants

You should never underestimate the appeal of outfits that reveal a little more skin than your standard go-tos of oversized sweaters and wide-leg pants.

Men will stay toasty in a knitted mini dress and knee-high boots, despite their best efforts. A wool over shoulder coat would be a good addition.

10. Hooded Long Black Coat

Hooded Long Black Coat

A maxi dress with a hood is a great alternative to the knitted mini dress if you live in the north.

I’m tempted to buy it because it looks so cozy. Of course, I’d only wear it when I’m alone in my own house.

However, with a long black coat, this gray hooded dress can look quite stylish on you. Not to mention the studded sneakers if you want to make a fashion statement.

11. Leather Jackets

Leather Jackets

If the answer is yes, then this all-black outfit is for you. Do you like leather jackets?

Because if you do, this winter outfit is ideal for bringing them out. Don’t be afraid to give it a shot. That’s why, as I’ll explain.

The edgy and cold look of leather jackets is matched in this outfit by a cozy and warm item: a wool sweater. The contrast between these two items really demonstrates how this winter outfit can be both casual and fashionable at the same time.

12. Trench Coats

Trench Coats

Including trench coats in a list of casual winter outfits is a must.

To make this look even more timeless, wear a beige trench coat over a dark-colored top and bottom to complete the monochromatic look. Make sure you don’t forget the fisherman beanie.

13. Light Jackets

Light Jackets

This time of year, neutral and natural hues return in abundance. And it’s easy to see why, too.

With a light jacket, you can dress down this casual winter look with a wool sweater tucked into high waist corduroy pants (we’re loving the roll).

The white sneakers and half-finger mittens that match the sweater aren’t to be overlooked, either.

14. Cargo jogger pants

Cargo jogger pants

Cargo jogger pants could be considered the unofficial winter pant. Guys wear them all year long, I suppose. I’ve noticed them more on females when it’s below zero degrees.

When paired with oversized shirts and a blazer, they look cozy and fashionable. I can’t blame them. The most important part of wearing jogger pants is choosing the right sneakers.

I feel like I can take my girlfriend anywhere with this kind of outfit because I know she’ll be warm and fashionable no matter how long we spend out in the cold.

15. Winter Accessories

Winter Accessories

You may think that winter accessories have little to offer compared to other seasons, but this is not the case. This is a bit of a downer because there are SO many ways to dress up your winter accessories.

The scarf serves as the unifying element in this casual ensemble, which includes a shearling coat, a turtleneck, skinny jeans, and ankle boots. The scarf can be worn in a variety of ways to achieve different looks with the same ensemble.

16. Knit sweater and Distressed jeans

Knit sweater and Distressed jeans

It’s a great way to wrap up the list with an outfit that’s both casual and fashionable.

Knit sweater and Distressed jeans are all you need for this look. But what I really like about the outfit is the Converse high tops that go so well with it.


In addition to winter staples like turtleneck hoodies and trench coat jackets, the list also included wool sweaters, scarves, and hats. Even so, I’m hoping that the outfits have given you new ideas for how to wear an old piece of clothing.

It’s winter, which means you can be more relaxed, at ease, and comfortable without sacrificing your sense of style.

Melanie has a passion for fashion and travel. Writer, curator, and stylist are some of her favorite hobbies. She likes to keep herself busy by freelancing and interning while studying for a Bachelor's degree in Fashion Technology. In her work, Melanie shows her love for fashion by incorporating these elements into her designs.

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