With the weather finally changing and warming up we thought we would take a look at some of the most popular spring trends for men on the street. Ready?
1) Printed Pants and 2) Bomber Jacket
Printed pants for men have been seen on the streets of Milan and New York. Floral, checks, geometics and camo to name a few. But how do you pull off that look without looking like you are wearing your girlfriend’s pants? Simple. Just pair them with a classic leather dress shoe, a tie and a spring bomber jacket. You will be pulling this look off confidently and nobody will think you are wearing her pants.
3) Blazer and 4) Polka Dots
How do you update your casual work attire? A blazer anyone? You will always look polished and put together when you wear this classic jacket. Wear a lightweight linen style with lots of texture and if you would really like to try something new, wear a double breasted version.
Another come back print for spring is polka dots. Bold or subtle you cannot go wrong with this timeless print. It’s still okay to wear your checks and plaids, but for a new update try wearing a dot version instead.
What to do for shoes? Try wearing a suede buck with your new jacket and shirt, add some jeans and voilà you’ll be good to go!
5) Rolled Pant Hems and 6) No Socks
For a casual weekend look men have been seen rolling up their pants. This look works well with casual cotton twill pants or chinos. To complete the look wear a button down shirt and a casual sneaker with “no socks”. Not into not wearing socks? Wear some invisible socks that make your feet look like you are not wearing any socks. Now you can put your shades on and walk to your neighborhood cafe for that afternoon coffee break.
Items from re-souL:
> Offincine Creative wigtip oxford in Cuoio, made in Italy.
> JD Fisk Volkan buck, in Khaki suede.
> Will Leather Goods waxed cancas flight bag.
> OHW Croft sneakers in blue suede.
> Stance invisible socks.
To view the other items featured along with their links as well as more outfit pairing suggestions, check out re–souL’s profile on polyvore.