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When the days get longer and the air gets warmer, it’s a good sign that your wardrobe is about to get bigger. New spring clothing collections are dropping as we speak. You’ve probably been keeping an eye out for certain patterns in fit, style or color to know which men’s spring/summer 2019 trends to buy or ditch. So, what’s the “it” pattern in spring menswear trends this year? It’s simply that: patterns. SS19 is the season of bold, bad and boujee patterns, prints and graphics. From leopard-print pants to vertical striped t-shirts, get ready to blast into spring with a massive range of in-your-face designs across a range of fabrics.
Kilts have been around since the 17th Century, but we're still faced with the anxiety of wearing kilts in public. When Kanye West wore a leather kilt on tour back in 2011, it created such an outrage that he eventually asked Getty Images to remove the photos. You can still find his notorious kilt on Google images today, but it also opened up a bigger discussion around the way we conceive men’s fashion. So, what’s the big deal with men wearing kilts anyways? Ancient Egyptian men of all hierarchies used to wear the shendyt, an adaptation of the early hunting skirt. The Balkans created the fustanella, which is a white pleated skirt worn for ceremonial purposes. Men in Fiji, Bhutan or Senegal still wear knee-length sarongs and dress robes as part of their regular dress.
You smell that? Recognize that flowery aroma? Spring is in the air, which can only mean one thing. It’s time for the latest men’s fashion exploding with spring fever. This is the perfect time to showcase your unique sense of style. It’s also a great time to experiment with different pieces that you’ve never rocked before because – let’s face it – spring 2018 menswear trends are why we love spring. So gear up boys, and prepare yourself for the three hottest trends that are making a statement this season.
Have you been noticing more men wearing kilts lately? They actually know something that you don't. Or more importantly, they know something that you probably haven't enjoyed yet. In essence, these men wearing kilts get to experience the best design ever invented when it comes to comfort. How you feel walking around in public with those joggers is unmatched to the feeling of mens kilts.
It’s hard to imagine street style this year without noticing at least one man pairing his Fashion Week’s best with a lightweight bomber. It’s obvious these designer jackets for men are having a major moment since its inception as the MA-1. Once shielding the backs of WWII pilots, mens bomber jackets are now hung in every luxury and fast fashion retail window. Being a staple in Kimye’s wardrobe and charting Google’s Fashion Trends Report are only a few things the bomber accomplished this year. Better yet, you don’t have to be sitting in a cockpit to own one today. From embroidered patches to military chic, here are the most-wanted bomber jacket trends worth dishing out the dough for.
The year in footwear (so far) has brought some pretty amazing designer sneakers for men. Its no wonder the red carpet is seeing more suits paired with high tops over the traditional black dress shoe. The trend is all about getting noticed in sneakers with excessive amounts of dimension and shine. From Glimms to Rick Owens, designer brands are kicking it up a notch with sneakers that look like they’re already light years ahead of menswear. Even if you’re not a self-proclaimed sneakerhead, saving up for a decent pair of kicks is worth the investment. We’ve compiled the most stylish trends and finds of this year’s designer sneakers for men that are spreading like wildfire.
St Patrick’s Day kilts are a trendy way to celebrate your Irish pride in honor of Ireland’s patron saint. If you’re one of many men scrambling for last minute St Patrick’s Day outfits, going green is not your only option. Thanks to St Patrick, we not only have an excuse to drink excessive amounts of beer, but a reason to shop for stylish St Patrick’s Day kilts. Despite its seemingly traditional design, kilts are making a huge comeback in menswear. Differio is your top online shop for urban and contemporary style kilts for the modern man. Urban kilts have even been sported by some of Hollywood’s most popular celebs, like Kanye West and Vin Diesel. From traditional tartan plaid to bold prints, shop for St Patrick's Day kilts without the tacky holiday vibes.
It’s wedding season again - and while they're beautiful events, sometimes it can feel like you’re finding yourself at one every weekend (and sometimes you actually are)! Still, each one is an opportunity to show off a unique new look. One of the great things about summer weddings (other than the outdoor ceremonies and receptions) is that the soaring temperatures make lighter and slightly less formal attire more acceptable - allowing you to replace a boring suit with something more eye-catching. Of course, that doesn’t mean you should look like you’re going to your high school dance - rather, this is an opportunity to show off your fashion sense with some wise, off the beaten path choices. It’s a precarious balancing act - luckily, our style experts have got you covered.
Far too many people have a utilitarian approach to their workout clothing choices - if I can sweat in it, then I’ll wear it! However, the truly fashion conscious don’t separate life into situations where expressing yourself stylistically applies and others where it doesn’t - you’ve got to be looking great all the time! Now while there of course is the aesthetic aspect - wanting to be put together and get noticed is natural - it’s not the only or even most important reason to choose stylish clothes for your fitness routines. It’s a proven fact that when you feel confident and good about yourself in general, your motivation increases and your workouts will be more effective. Naturally, one of the easiest ways to get in that mindset is to walk into the gym or out your door at the beginning of that five mile run loving how you look.