Spring has sprung! Time to up your fashion game
Here’s some inspiration for men to draw, this spring season to make a statement.fashion and trends Updated: Feb 27, 2017 10:56 IST
As we swing to spring, the delightful sunshine, the blossoming flowers and the breezy wind are all reason enough to dress yourself up for the season. Add vivid colours to your wardrobe. While that doesn’t really means going all out with colours. With right mix-match and keeping in sync with the latest trend you can be the debonair as you strut on the street. After all you are what you wear.
It’s time to loosen up and give those skinny denims a break. The contemporary flared pants are back and they look uber chic. Our model Peeyush Kamboj Jaiya is wearing a mandarin collared Burgoyne linen shirt neatly tucked inside flared pants made of seersucker fabric.
While a tropical print shirt will be an obvious pick for spring. You can amp up your style game by opting for a robe styled shirt. Our model Bhumanyu is wearing a full sleeved robe styled shirt with blue cotton pants. The fedora is sprucing up his look further.
All ‘mess’ed up
Our model Mayank Bajpai is wearing a mess T-shirt teamed with a mess jogger pants with leather patches and blazer. The breathable fabric makes for a perfect spring look and you cut a sharp figure in it.
Our model Teo Mossi is wearing a crisp white shirt teamed with navy blue shorts and a double breasted vest. The white, gray and blue might not give those summery vibes, but the look certainly puts comfort first.
While we don’t ask you to be Shah Rukh Khan shimmying in a sheer shirt to Suraj Hua Maddham, we would certainly like our men to pull off sheer on the streets. Our model Ashutosh Mallik is wearing a long sheer shirt with flared pants. You can never go wrong with this style.
Outfits: Lacquer Embassy by Nikhil Sharma, Pawan Sachdeva, Nought One by Abhishek Paatni, Mint Blush by Sahil, Aamir and Shazmeen, and Sadan Pande.
Text and Styling: Akshay Kaushal
Photos: Waseem Gashroo, Shivam Saxena
Model coordination: Satin models, Bhumanyu