Spring's nearly here and this is the perfect time of the year for brands to start launching their Spring collections (or teasing customers prior to launching).
Men's fashion is an ever changing world and sometimes it can be hard to keep up with, especially if you're one of those guys you hates shopping. If you're one of those people, this article will be your salvation as we will sum up the keys items for this Spring.
You thought it was over, right? Thought you saw the last of camo this winter and it won't happen again? Think again because like the bomber jacket and smart-casual sneakers, camo isn’t budging.
The fact that camo has been present everywhere this season makes this more of an upgrade rather than a new trend; the military print remains something every man needs in his wardrobe.
We leave you here some of our favourite options.
Let's be honest, lightweight parkas make a lot of sense because...practicality; Spring often means light showers and the fact that you can wear light pieces is the best news ever.
Big brands like, Versace, Lemaire and Lou Dalton, showed their versions of these warm-weather parkas which are made from breezily light manmade materials, often unlined and ideal if you’re looking for an alternative to a hoodie to top-off an athleisure look once the temperature starts hiking.
You got plenty of options but we especially like these.
Various seasons have passed and the simplicity was key but this Spring, menswear is once again warming up to the idea that more just might be more. Following the flamboyant lead of Alessandro Michele’s amped-up work for Gucci, designers this season offered up menswear staples spliced with serious attitude – from bleach-splattered denim at Bally and Dsquared2 to embroidered cowboy shirts at Missoni.
As with all statements, a little goes a long way. So tip your hat to the trend with one standout piece per look – whether that’s a jacket with contrast embroidery or embellished jeans – and you’ll look trend-conscious without going full arts-and-crafts class. - Cillian O'Connor, FashionBeans.com
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