80s Fashion For Men

Dad Jeans:

The high-waisted, tapered, and faded or stonewashed dad jeans of the 80s have made a comeback, offering a timeless piece of apparel ideal for middle-aged consumers.

Denim Jackets:

The acid-wash and boxy style denim jackets popular in the 80s have returned, featuring retro-inspired designs and can be found in retail and boutique stores worldwide.

Baggy Sweaters:

Oversized baggy sweaters, a staple of 80s men's clothing, continue to be fashionable today, albeit in more subdued colors and designs. Paired with equally baggy pants or tracksuit bottoms.


The tracksuit, popularized by icons like LL Cool J in the 80s, remains a timeless athleisure piece today. Brands like Adidas, Nike, and Puma continue to offer tracksuits that seamlessly transition from workouts to leisurewear.

Leg Warmers:

Originally sportswear and casual wear in the 80s, leg warmers are still relevant today, providing warmth during workouts or colder weather. Modern leg warmers often feature silicone grippers for added comfort and stability.


A staple accessory in 80s men's clothing, headbands are still fashionable for workouts or casual looks. Available in various types like tennis headbands or sweat-wicking variations, they help keep hair out of the eyes and absorb sweat during physical activities.

Character Socks:

Character prints on men's socks, popular in the 80s, have made a comeback with modern variations like Marvel character socks. Playful and fun, these socks add a touch of personality to any outfit.

Preppy Flair:

Vivid hues and preppy clothing, popular in the 80s, are still fashionable today, with polo shirts remaining highly popular. Versatile and timeless, polo shirts can be paired with jeans, slacks, or shorts, offering a classic yet stylish look for various occasions.