Let’s take a look ahead to upcoming mens trends for Spring 2015.
Americana seems to be a reoccurring trend pulling from past generations of the hard working American man with a love for his country.
To wear this trend, red, white and blue colorways are essential. Even if you vary the shades (as shown below with Marsala, khaki and dusk blue) the impression of Americana still resonates. Stars and stripes not necessary.
Prep and Nautical
Both Prep and Nautical trends will be seen this Spring.
Brands including Vineyard Vines, Southern Shirt Company, 1897 and Sperry Top Sider will be leading this trend in menswear at Glik’s. The Preppy look isn’t just long sleeve pastel pullovers or gingham button-downs paired with flat front khaki shorts and Sperry Top-Siders. This trend has expanded to include patriotic graphic tees (Rowdy Gentleman) worn with chinos and Vans.
Both styles are clean-cut with an emphasis of a preppy lifestyle. Watch for plaid button downs or polo shirts with bright pops of color in red or mint.
And as the Nautical trend sets sail, it’s going to find its home within the Preppy lifestyle. So be on the lookout for anchors and stripes (particularly navy and white) within this trend. But don’t be afraid to think outside the yacht, Hawaiian printed shirts, cardigans and blazers are a fun way to switch things up a bit.
Fitness is booming right now, so it should come as no surprise that activewear has become huge in the fashion industry.
Tech tees from Under Armour, Fox, or Nike, paired with joggers and sneaks can be worn any and everywhere–not just to the gym. No fellas, activewear isn’t just for leg days anymore.
Here are some other trends to look out for at Glik’s for Spring
Color block tees
Must-have accessories to beat the heat
Shades and croakies are for the active man. Whether it be a round of golf with the boys or a game of volleyball at the beach, you won’t lose your cool with these accessories.
After your fun in the sun, fire up the grill and crack open some cold ones with a koozie in hand and, of course, a beeracuda to keep those brews ice-cold.