Seems as if simple has never looked so quaffed. At least that this the feeling one gets when looking at a series of new pieces modeled by Matt Landis. Summer fashion can feel overwhelmingly simple after the endless layering and accessorizing of winter. One can finally box away the motley color-schemes and patterns or miles of grey, black, and brown in exchange for a lighter, cleaner, wardrobe angle, just shy of flip-flops and sunscreen. So what’s trending for men’s fashion for Spring 2015?
There is good news for the northeastern population dealing with sporadic temperature changes that leave one hesitant to keep spring coats out or do light layers: cardigans. This fashion staple can can dress up or down while handling the chill weather. It depends upon the knit. While chunkier cable knits are classy, lighter thing gauge cardigans are a chic statement piece that augment a casual tee or tank-top without making you sweat.
Graphic tees go a long way in any situation. This lemon yellow tee is an example of using casual wear to accentuate skin tone,and body shape for an overall clean and casual look. Not only is there a price advantage to tee shirts, this is the season you want to be versatile, as windy overcast days can quickly turn into hot and balmy nights. One good guideline for buying is to keep body shape and climate in mind. If you have a small frame , don’t be afraid to wear small to medium instead of large.
If nothing else, you always resort to light layers, this look, is a testament to the flexibility of accessory sweaters and patterned collared shirt. Despite pairing with shorts, collared shirts up the formal factor in any look you put together. If you choose to layer with shorts going for subtle and mono-color pieces, but anchoring lighter top layers with dark bottoms rounds this out. This is really a look for windy beaches, or events in which you’re likely to be in changing weather.
Summer fashion is as simple as the season. The ability to alter outfits according to events is crucial at this time, while being able to dress for work, play, and everything in between.