Spring ’12 Key Menswear Trends

The sun has finally come out to play over recent days and its that time of year when we all like to freshen up our wardrobes with a few new purchases. With so much new product in the shops at the moment its hard to know what to buy and what not to buy. At Room 14 we are a huge fan of the “capsule wardrobe” and have noted below a few key pieces / trends that will see you through the coming spring months and keep you looking the part without breaking the bank!

The Chino

Fashion bloggers will be first to admit that they all thought the chino was a fad for a couple of seasons -oh how wrong they were! This great alternative to denim is now worn by men of all ages and when talking of colour anything goes. You can opt to stick with the classic Farah Straight Leg Albany Chino or if you are feeling a bit more adventurous why not choose  a pair of MQT chinos that come in a range of colours including aubergine!

Pastel Colours

It’s well documented that men like to play it safe in the  fashion stakes with the most popular colours being black, white and grey- boring we here you all cry. Well this season pastel colours are set to be a must have in any mans wardrobe and its not just apparel, footwear brands such as TOMS and VANS will also be rocking this key trend.

Print T Shirts

Every man owns one and it is set to be the staple in 99% of mens wardrobes this spring. Whether you like to play it classic with varsity style prints from Superdry or something a bit more rock and roll by Religion this is the best way of updating your look without it costing an arm and leg.

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