7 Menswear Fashion Trends to Master This Summer!
No season feels more like a fresh start than spring. While some of the menswear trends may be wholly fresh, others come in the form of modern styles recycled from the past. However we may be certain of a few things this time – season after season, menswear gets more and more daring.
Soft hues are a classic spring staple and you can wear them year after year. When styled just right
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02 Tropical Prints
Warm, vibrant tropical prints are everywhere. These exuberant patterns capture the fun of spring, but they can be a little scary if you’re not used to wearing bold prints and neon colors. Look in to Ami, Balenciaga, Louis Vuitton, Paul Smith, or Palm Angels Spring 2018 collections for your tropical outfit inspiration.
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Stripes are the easy classic that anyone can wear. As popular as ever, stripes are the perfect solution if you are worried about looking over the top. This season brands like Balenciaga, Ami, Haider Ackermann, Topman Design, Versace have included the stripes into their spring offering.
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04 Tonal Dressing
Wearing multiple shades of the same colour at once or sporting the same hue top to toe is very popular this season. Check out the Billionaire, Officine Generale, Tom Ford, Kenzo, Prada, Zegna, Haider Ackermann, Berluti, Mcqueen, Tod’s and Etro spring collections for more tonal dressing inspiration.
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05 Trench Coats
There is no item in man’s wardrobe that is as classic, stylish and versatile as the trench coat is. If you are planning to buy one, check out Burberry, Aquascutum and Canali spring collections.
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06 – 90s revival
Retro inspired sportswear, logomania, chunky footwear, and relaxed jeans are making their comeback this spring. Brands like Dior Homme, Palm Angels, Marni, Louis Vuitton, Emporio Armani, Dries Van Noten, Versace have embraced 90s aesthetic for SS18.
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07 Technical Jackets & Parkas
This season, many designers (Z Zegna, Lanvin, Kenzo, Sacai, Palm Angels, Louis Vuitton) have re-imagined the classic parka and technical jackets giving them a new, versatile look.