The colours for the coming season have already been picked out. Expect to see a lot of blues, prints, checks, yellows, whites and vibrant reds; a natural progression from the deep plums, greens and tweeds of autumn and winter.

Men’s fashion trends are also taking shape in terms of what to wear and what not to
wear, with nautical and vintage themes taking centre stage. Fabrics remain heavy for outerwear – tweed is still big, as is wool – but as the temperatures warm we’re starting to see an abundance of colourful t-shirts, shorts of varying lengths and lighter jackets on the catwalks.

What’s Hot and What’s Not

To help you stay on trend for the coming months, make sure you have these SS2013 essentials in your wardrobe:

Stripes
– tops, shirts and jumpers in subtle accents or bold statements.

Primary
Colours – blocks or accents, you can’t go wrong with primary colours as long as
they’re bright and fun!

Coloured
Jeans and Chinos – the latest must-have men’s fashion trouser trends.

On
Trend Shoes – bright colours, casual pseudo-sportswear, retro brogues and the
return of the espadrille. Shoes are all about finishing an outfit, so use your
shoes to dress an outfit up or down.

The Perfect Pair of Shoes

Men’s fashion for SS13 is all about bright colours, relaxed fits, subtle structuring and beach-meets-office, so it’s important to find footwear which encompasses all of these themes. Many men are turning to classic sports shoes to fulfill their need for a comprehensive, on trend shoe; sports shoes are bang on trend and a vintage design will give your choice of footwear that extra edge.

There are many classic design sports shoes around but none more so than Vans,
available to buy online from select stockists. For the past forty years Vans have been popular with students, professional skateboarders and celebrities alike, and have been spotted on no less than Ryan Reynolds, Dave Grohl, Jim Parsons and Owen Wilson. Unfathomably stylish, Vans shoes perfectly encapsulate the ultimate trend for men’s fashion in SS13 – classic with a twist.

Guest post Copyright Barry Seltz.

 
 
 
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