Men’s Fashion Trends April 2012- The Must-Haves for Masculine Monday
Men’s Fashion Trends – TAG Heuer & More
Now that we’ve gotten our April Fool’s jokes out of the way, it’s time to get serious. And we are seriously digging these mens fashion trends for April. The must-haves that we’ve outlined below are ripe for April picking, and we hope you enjoy.
The New Military Jacket – It’s anything but camouflaged, and that’s the whole point. This jacket takes your outfit into the bold with a still-hot cobalt blue hue.
– Last month’s March Must-Haves
added madras shirts to your list, but this month take it into an even bigger, brighter territory with this graphic punch of bright colors.
A Fresh TAG
– Again, TAG Heuer
makes our must-haves list for April because something about the contrast between a black dial & gleaming stainless case and bracelet makes it a perfect way to ground your outfit – especially when it consists of the aforementioned bright colors.
Lightweight contrast – More distinct shades of black (and gray) to keep your outfit from venturing into full-blown Easter Egg territory. These budget-friendly Griffin shades are still minimalist enough to be a light spring accessory, making them one of our ideal men’s fashion trends.
The New Blue – Ditch your regular denim in favor of something slightly more distinct. White denim is no longer taboo, and certainly not when it’s ruggedly cut, skilfully constructed, and preppy conservative-approved. In that vein, trade your usual blues for a pair of well-tailored khakis in spring’s hot palette of dusty pastels. We like this fitted pair for a casual but put-together look.
Fear Not! – Don’t let the concept of an ivory, double-breasted unstructured blazer faze you. This silhouette is one of the breakout men’s fashion trends for spring, adds an instant sense of composure, and has the added benefit of being downright comfortable. Pair this jacket with the khakis pictured, a fitted tee, and complete the look with espadrilles that don’t call to mind your girlfriend’s favorite wedges.