Spring 2015 Male Fashion Trends
It's spring, guys, which means fashion has returned. No longer can you use cold weather as an excuse not to look good. But things are a little different this year. With an increased British influence in music, art, and culture lately, mixed with more and more celebrities finding a home in the fashion world; you can imagine how tricky things might get. But don't fear. Follow me and we'll get through this together!
- 6 years ago by NathanHutchcraft
1 - Khaki Suit
For the fashionable man, khaki is definitely in right now. And the style is so utilized, that you can wear it in any of a hundred ways. The right khaki suit can be worn with a t-shirt and sneakers, or a tie and wingtips; so find yourself the right suit and wear it for any occasion!Source
2 - Cotton Tie
In the 80s, neckties were just a part of the business man's uniform; keeping people from wanting to sport them in a casual manner. Nowadays, less and less men are donning ties in a business setting, opening up the tie field for more experimentation. With a cotton tie, you can choose any style you want. Keep it solid and simple, or go with bright colors and wild patterns to show your personality.Source
3 - Flight Jacket
The 80s are making a (hopefully more stylish) comeback! Flight jackets can provide the perfect cover on a cool night, while giving the wearer that badass Top Gun look. Just make sure to buy them thin. That billowy, marshmallow look from the 80s will hopefully never make a comeback.Source
4 - Spring Colors
It's Spring, which means the best colors to chose are ones that blend a bit of the winter you just left, and the summer you're heading into. Blue and brown always make a good combo. Also, mix your khakis with whites, and your blacks with whites. KEEP THOSE BROWNS AND BLACKS AWAY FROM EACH OTHER!Source
5 - Chelsea Boot
You can thank all the new teen Brit pop-rock groups for this one. A Chelsea boot can add a nice touch to a suit, or even clean up a pair of skinny jeans. Make sure to beat them up a bit, though, to get that famous 'rock and roll' look. Think Mick Jagger, not Prince Charles.Source
6 - Waist-Tied Shirt
Okay, okay. I know what your thinking. "The 90s are dead, Nathan. Why do we want this back in our lives?" Hear me out. With a daytime outfit, a shirt tied around the waist can blend a causal look, with a "I'm too grunge-rock to care what you think" attitude. So put on your best Kurt Cobain face, and get out there!Source
Nathan Hutchcraft is the creator and co-host of the YouTube web series, NathanAndRose. He also writes for several online sources, as well as having a nearly insatiable love for jalapeno pizza.