We are so sorry that this post is one day late!
But as promised, here is Rock Uniform’s 5 favorite Men’s Trends for 2015! Some looks are really put together and others are more on the causal end.
#5 Tunic Me Crazy
Typically we only associate tunics with women’s wear, however, there were defiantly a lot of longer styled shirts on the menswear runway for spring 2015. The men’s tunics set off a beach resort vibe when they come in colors like light blue and white, and paired with a cream or khaki outerwear.
#4 All Zipped Up
It might be a “barley there” detail, but adding a zipper all the way down the front of a shirt made a huge statement for men’s spring 2015 trends. The “zip shirt” was seen on both causal and dressy looks, but made it’s best appearance when paired with matching pants.
#3 I’d Patch That
Patchwork inspired by Japanese style was a popular look on the runway, in anything from denim, to sweaters. Typical seen in a shirt and matching pant set.
#2 Mod Athlete
Like we saw in the women’s spring “sporty spice” trend, color blocking black and white with a splash of color, was really popular with the menswear designers this year as well. Instead of using a bright color like red or yellow, burgundy or navy was associated with the men’s color blocking, but also like the women, using mesh patterns to give a sporty feel.
#1 Ivy League Student
The collegiate look includes unstructured vests, pleated pants, and statement blazers with edgy details like monochromatic trim and college inspired patches. This is the “I’m good looking and smart” trend, which is why it’s our favorite.
Want to see more menswear trends for Spring 2015 straight from St.Louis? Get you tickets to the Menswear Designer Showcase: Gent! on February 26th featuring designers Paul Gibson, Shan Keith, Chiristian Michael, and former blues hockey player Jamal Mayers!
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