Initially, it started as a quiet trend, an inconspicuous gravitation towards an European aesthetic that would unequivocally influence menâ€™s style here in the States. A slimmer fit arrived ashore and made itself at home. Suits, albeit reluctantly, surrendered a portion of their girth around the midsection. And unbeknownst to gentlemen everywhere, their dress shirts would soon succumb to subtle tapering around the waist, chest, and arms. The necktie lost at least an entire inch from its width. Slim was definitely in, and everything was becoming smaller. For those gentlemen who welcomed the change, it was time to bid adieu to unflattering excess fabric, and say hello to slender silhouettes. So, are you said gentleman? Well, if you are, these looks are definitely for you.