9 Spring Essentials
Spring has announced itself. Now it’s your turn.
This year, spring is about one thing: color. Lots and lots of color. And it’s no time to be shy. Resolve to cure your cabin fever. Put the tweed and flannel away. And get out and be seen. Besides, the days are getting longer, so there’s more time to be seen. So get to it.
Classic in every sense of the word. Bucks are at home just about anywhere. The office. A night out. The weekend. It just isn’t spring without them. We prefer the versatility of the tan ones, but feel free to go bold with a brightly colored pair.
The plaid tie has made one heck of a comeback. They were everywhere this past fall and winter. And now, they’re ready for a repeat performance in brighter, more playful colors. Let the tie be the hero: pair it with simple solids.
The stark-white Don Draper pocket square has served you well. And it’ll continue to do so. But why not give your sober grey and navy suits a pick-me-up? Start with a pop of color from a patterned pocket square.
Kick casual Friday up a notch. Let them know: the man in the brightly colored chinos is not to be trifled with. Remember, it’s all about confidence. Wear them like jeans—just don’t take yourself too seriously.
By now, you probably know what collar looks best on you. Or at least you have a favorite. This spring, switch it up a bit and throw a club collar dress shirt into the mix. It’s a bit old school, which, these days, means it’s downright modern.
The rain will come. And when it does, you need to be prepared. And by prepared, we mean you need to look sharp. Save the brightly colored windbreaker for weekend hikes. Look for a sleek, simple trench to complete your look.
Not just for corporate tycoons anymore, the double-breasted suit is making its way into more relaxed settings. Don’t be afraid to separate the jacket from the pants and dress it down with a pair of jeans and chunky wingtips.
You may not spend any time on a boat or live near water. But you can still embrace the nautical look and do it in manly style. Look for simple stripes and a healthy dose of navy. Pair it with something casual—like jeans—to avoid looking too fussy.
If you buy only one item this season, make it this one. The lightweight construction gives it the versatility you’ll need to move from spring to summer. Dress it up or down—regardless, it won’t disappoint.
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