6 Menswear trends you need to know for summer

Summer 2017 is fast approaching and we have the biggest trends ready at your disposal. This year seems more eclectic and out there with styles and designs that are bold, defined and some making a comeback. Big brands are already flaunting their version of summer and we have gathered the best trends below.
1] Pink
Pink is bright and fresh. Get a subtle shade of pink too keep you cool in the form of a t-shirt, polo shirt or shirt to wear on a warm day. Pink can add a different dimension to your look and when worn correctly can really complement your outfit.
2] 1990’s Street wear is making a comeback
Brands love to revisit the 1990’s minimalist looks as there is still such a demand for it with the young generation still wanting the look. It brings back a sense of nostalgia but also a cool look that can not really be bought about by any fashion item today. The 1990’s was style not fashion.
3] Sportswear alliances
Fashion is about mix and match and throwing on a sportswear item with your general outfit can bring a whole new look. Many of the brands are mixing sportswear with the non sportswear fashion items and it looks very cool.
4] Camouflage 
Thats right Camouflage is making a comeback and climbing its way to the top of the summer style list. Brands to watch for are Givenchy, Dries Van Noten and Valentino.
5]  Checks

Checks have been a core part of the male wardrobe. Although a plaid shirt or Prince of Wales check blazer will always be a sound investment, this year will see designers apply checks to everything from knitwear and T-shirts to trousers and bomber jackets.

6] Neutrals or basic staple colours

Neutrals have long been in every mans wardrobe and are the colours you can wear with anything. Learn to layer in different ways and use new styling tricks, such as tucking in a polo shirt or mixing the trend with another, like wide-leg trousers. These colours can be worn with anything and are a staple.

[image from gq-magazine.co.uk/en.vogue.fr/fashionbeans.com]

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