Unlike the striking geometrics we are seeing hit the world of home decor, the runways were littered with creative variations of florals for both women and men. Even the most weary of men can take advantage of this confident – albeit, sexy – style for spring with just a few style pointers.
Vintage florals and large, bold buds are a mesmerizing pair in tailored shorts and tees. Buyers beware. Avoid overly loose fitting or wide, boxy cuts to prevent you from looking like a teenager or street savvy surfer. Pair this bold bottom with a simple, solid tee and you are set to rock this trend in a street casual manner.
If you’re headed for a dinner date downtown, incorporate this trend in an understated button up. To avoid looking like you’re trying too hard, cuff the sleeves and go for the casual, carefree look. She will love how comfortable you are in your own skin. Pick a shade that’s complimentary to your skin tone (always) and you’ve got a winner. Let those top two buttons loose while you’re at it. How very rugged of you!
Want a look that’s more GQ? Select a long-sleeved floral button up and pair it with a pair of tailored dress pants – light in color. Roll your pants cuffs and you can consider yourself dressed stylishly to impress.
The classic blazer hit the runways this Spring in many different patterns but for the most daring of men, elect to rock this wardrobe staple in an accented or all over floral print to stay right on trend and fresh for Spring. Bonus: it doubles as a shoulder warmer on chilly Uptown nights.
There is nothing unnoticeable about this wallpaper to runway trend. Flower power style was meant to stand out – not blend in.