According to the latest data from J. Crew, men’s items are trending again in 2017 with men’s watches, belts and jewelry increasing by a whopping 2.6% in 2016 and 2.3% in 2015.
The trend appears to be driven by a surge in interest in vintage and traditional men’s clothing.
Crew says it is excited about the new interest in men’s wear and a growing demand for men to dress as men.
The store, which opened its first store in the U.S. in 2014, launched its new line of men’s shoes in 2015 and has been expanding its collection ever since.
“It’s all about making men feel more comfortable,” J.
Crew creative director Daniel Breslin said.
“It’s not about wearing a dress.
It’s about wearing something that has a bit of a classic feel to it.”
Crew, which is owned by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc., says it has a diverse and growing selection of men and women’s wear items including men’s dress shoes, dress shirts, men-only shirts, and men’s coats.
The store also has women’s shoes, boots, and accessories.
It’s no surprise, then, that men are buying up more men’s apparel as they continue to look for the perfect fit.
Men’s apparel is seen as an ideal place for men with smaller wrists to show off their personality, said Peter B. Johnson, senior vice president of retail merchandising at J. Cole, a company that also owns J.crew.
The brand’s popular men’s sneakers, for example, are now available in sizes 6 to 10 and are available at most J.
Men also love the company’s men’s accessories, including its men’s handbags and belts.
While women’s jewelry continues to rise in popularity, the trend is not going away.
It seems men are finally looking for a new way to express their individuality.
“Men are always looking for something different,” Bresline said.
J Cole, for its part, is also working to create a range of men-specific products, including a men’s hat.
The company has launched a Men’s Hair collection that includes a range in black, beige and blue.
And J.W. Norton’s Men’s Fashion collection will offer men-inspired hats and accessories for the summer.
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