If checks and stripes are too boring for you this season, then invest in some vibrant graphics that are low on maintenance and easy to carry. From t-shirts to shirts, they are available in every form. The season’s trend includes prints like geometric, floral, scripture, abstract and so on. While wearing graphics, make sure that you balance the look by keeping the other half simple with solid shade or self-print. For instance, if you are wearing a geometric print t-shirt, team it with solid blue or black denim for a striking look.
When it comes to the art of layering, jackets are the best companion that men can ask for. From t-shirts to shirts and tank tops, they go well with every casual wardrobe and are easy to carry. Those who are hesitant in terms of experimentation and still wish to be stylish, they can play with it. The safest option is to club a dark windbreaker jacket with a solid white bold neck or round neck tee, denim and sneaker. For a little sophisticated look, you can replace the sneaker with leather loafer.
Bold Brigade:It’s time to get out of white, black, brown and grey. Now men have all the shades of happiness in the form of bold colours that go really well in the form of suits. From royal blue to lemon yellow, you can now experiment with all shades in your formal wardrobe. All you need to have is confidence. It is suggested to wear such colours in a balanced way. You can neutralize the look with a basic white shirt or a solid dark shade tie to mark an impression.
For men who are done with forward point collar or club collar, the latest buzz in the fashion market is about ‘Camp Collar’. Shirts with this type of collar are very casual in look and are mostly available in stripes or floral/tropical prints. While they look good with ripped denim, it is recommended to wear them with three-quarter pants and sneaker, for a perfect summer look. You can also pair such shirts with joggers and sports shoe for a sporty day look. The darker shades go really well for party evenings with crop trousers and slip-on shoes.