Men’s Guide to Spring 2016’s Trends

This season, men’s fashion, much like the ladies’, has adopted an “anything goes” mentality! Designers went all out…and by that we mean way out! Once again, it’s our job to sift through all the fashion that designers sent down the runway (umm, our pleasure!) to bring our guys the trends we would love to see them embrace this spring!

For the Classic Man

We are loving a classic white chino pant as well as a jacket (worn separately or together!). Play it down with a cool sneaker, chambray shirt and a jacket, or dress it up with a smart blazer and a sleek driving mock.

white chino pants:jkts classic

Another classic staple for our guys this season is the single-breasted jacket. Slightly more casual than it’s brother, the double-breasted jacket, this piece can be dressed up and worn as a topper coat over a suit, or worn a bit more casually with denim or a chino.

single breast jkt classic

Bohemian Vibes

The Wild West has hit the mainstream and we just think this look is so killer. From cowhide prints, western boots, flat-brimmed hats, and even (for our most daring gents) bolo ties…mixed with denim, denim, and more denim and you are solid.


wild west boho

The bomber made a reemergence on the runways, and we are psyched to see this 50s era jacket back in action. The bomber can be played down with a cool, white v neck tee and rugged denim during the day, then paired with a button down tucked into dark rinse denim for a relaxed evening look. We dig it.

bomber jkt classic

En Vogue

Okay guys, hike up those shorts. You can do it. Then pair them with a tee, a blazer with sleeves pushed up, and a sneaker for a fresh look. Or go for a crisp shirt with the sleeves cuffed and a great sandal or sleek driving mock. Either way, you’re golden.

short shorts en vogue

For our guys willing to take a risk, pair that white chino or jean with a white tee or crisp white shirt, then add a jacket or cool scarf. Effortless, cool, and so chic.

all white en vogue

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Christy Walsh

Christy graduated with a degree in fashion merchandising from Kent State University and with a master’s degree in marketing and communication from Franklin University. She worked as a visual merchandiser for Columbus-based tween brand Justice and Fortune 500 Columbus-based retailer Abercrombie & Fitch before joining Wardrobe Therapy. She lives in Worthington, Ohio with her husband and two daughters.

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