In case you didn’t get the memo, the official start of spring was March 20. Along with the warmer weather, you can expect to see new fashion styles with this change of season. This makes spring the perfect opportunity for men to update their wardrobe so it reflects the latest styles. So, what are some of the popular fashion trends that you can expect to see more of this spring season?
Originally designed for pilots during the World War I, bomber jackets are making a comeback this spring season. Long gone are the days of single-style leather bomber jackets. Today, you can find this classic form of outerwear available in dozens of different styles, colors and designs. Regardless of your personal preference, chances are there’s a bomber jacket to match.
If you’ve been shopping at any of the major department stores, you may have a noticed a trend with men’s shorts: they becoming shorter. It’s not a huge difference in length, but it’s still noticeable nonetheless. The 2016 spring season will likely embrace this trend, resulting in more and more men’s “short shorts.” So whether you’re planning a spring vacation, or if you intend to hang around town, pick up a few pair of shorts to stay atop of this trend.
Tired of wearing the same khaki-colored chinos? Perhaps you should test the waters with white chinos. According to TrendSpotter.net, white chinos are coming back in style for spring and summer 2016. When paired with a clean, single-colored t-shirt, it offers a simple yet sophisticated look that’s ideal for this time of year.
Spring fashion isn’t just about new garments; it’s also about new colors, one of which is salmon. Salmon — a variety of pink — has been picking up mainstream popularity in the world of fashion, and for good reason: it’s a bright, energetic color that reflects the spring season.
Pique Cotton Polo Shirts
Granted, pique cotton polo shirts aren’t new by any means, but they’ve become a staple garment in men’s attire — a trend that will likely become even more prominent throughout the spring and summer months. Pique cotton polos differ from traditional polo shirts in the sense that they are constructed with a unique weaving style. Often made with cotton yarn, they feature raised parallel cords and/or fine ribbing to create a textured, yet lightweight garment that’s perfect for the warm weather.