As we find warmer climes, we are looking to quite a broad range of men’s styles that cover streetwear, sportswear, and festival, while leaving room for eye-catching swimwear styles. As we move away from winter, our focus moves to T-shirts that call out stripes and plain blocks, resort shirts in a few different prints, tailored pants, linen, and swimming trunks and boardies in loud prints and vibrant hues, among other styles and shapes.
Our styles this season are in bold designs, marrying comfort and function with aesthetic credibility. Our men’s pieces call out a range of trends: 90s, linen, stripes, swim, sportswear, and festival
90s is one of the most hyped trends at the moment, and pays attention to striped tees, vertical striped shirts, bulky, unbuttoned checked shirts, baggy jeans, washed blue denim, double denim, tucked in short sleeve T-shirts, and ugly sneakers. Key Brands are Guess, Tommy, Stussy, and Spencer Project.
Linen is 30% stronger than cotton, as well as offering a breezy, airy experience with better ventilation. The ultimate in warm weather comfort, linen is the epitome if laid-back, contemporary coastal wear.
Across boardshorts, walk shorts, pants, shirts, and long and short sleeves, stripes provide an opportunity to fuse bold colouring with unmistakably 90s features in to an outfit, sand is able to move across smarter appeal and casual looks.
Men’s swimwear this season is defined by quality and function, without losing its grip on visual appeal, offering vibrant colour ways and statement prints including floral and stripe. Our selection of boardies this year are easy to wear at the beach and away from the sand.
Sportswear grows and grows in stature, pulling away from strictly casual, to an element that can be fused into smarter outfits. From Fila and Zanerobe to Tommy and Adidas, our range of sportswear shows plenty of love to bold logos, taping, monochrome and primary colours
Mosh pit friendly, comfortable, draping, super-soft rayon shirts in long and shorts sleeves, are ideal festival wear with denim shorts and crop-length jeans, taking inspiration from grunge and more contemporary music.