Men’s fashion has certainly been on a journey. For many centuries, the purpose of clothing on men was firstly to protect them from the elements, and secondly to indicate their rank and fortune in the world. By the 1800s, the Industrial Revolution saw men wanting to dress seriously and solemnly. By the ‘roaring 20s’, men were into dressing to impress – caring about evening attire far more than previous generations. In the 1980s, Wall Street trends from the USA shaped men’s attire all over the globe. Fast forward to 2020, and it’s claimed that ‘men have never had it so good’ when it comes to fashion – the UK men’s clothing market is now worth £15bn a year. Men are undergoing a style education, and we’d love to help them along. Here are the 7 most versatile clothes for a man’s wardrobe.