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4 Men's Fashion Spring Trends to Try Now

Dana Gardner | March 20, 2018 | Style & Beauty

Men’s fashion is heating up for spring, which means it’s time to update your wardrobe with inspiration from the runway. What we’re seeing? Vertical stripes are the new go-to pattern; bright blues and pastels are making a splash; and technical jackets are the way of the future. Here, we’ve rounded up our top picks to guarantee you’re the best dressed gent this season. (And ladies, you’ll want to peek at this list too to know what to gift your guy.)


Pop into Sid Mashburn this season for the latest in men’s upscale fashion.

SHIRTS: The biggest names in fashion are doing some major pattern playing this year. Keep up with the latest and head to Saks Fifth Avenue to find button-downs with large checks, beachy florals and vertical stripes from brands like Helmut Lang and Emporio Armani. Phipps Plaza, Buckhead

OUTERWEAR: Spring may be arriving, but there are still plenty of chilly nights. Make sure you’re protected from the wind—while staying on-trend—in this new Aspesi jacket from Sid Mashburn. 1198 Howell Mill Road, Ste. 110, West Midtown

ACCESSORIES: Monochromatic looks are taking over the runways this season, so stop by Alton Lane to get high-quality silk ties in every hue you need. 24 E. Andrews Drive NW, Buckhead

PANTS: What hasn’t gone out of style this spring? A great-fitting pair of pants. Snag an appointment at Commonwealth Proper where you can choose your favorite fabric and have pants custom-made. And if you’re looking to add a pop of color to your ensemble, look no further than Commonwealth Proper’s patterned pocket squares. We love it in red and blue poppy. 3104 E. Shadowlawn Ave. NE, Buckhead


Photography by: Sid Mashburn