Some people say that women are more stylish than men. There’s probably some truth to that but there’re men who are also into fashion. They’re knowledgeable when it comes to the latest trends and have every trendy item in their closets and even the timeless pieces. When it comes to trends there’re those that’re difficult to wear because they may be too weird but there’re definitely those that look nice. For those who are fashion-challenged, don’t despair because what’s cool this spring/summer 2018 is already figured out.
Tonal color matching should be on every man’s mind this season. Think of tonal dressing as spring/summer’s answer to all-black everything but way better because there’re more choices or alternatives. Whatever the setting is, for sure tonal dressing will work. A tip would be to start with shades that you already have in your closet such as blue or gray. You can likewise go for lighter neutrals. But a rule in fashion is that you should only wear three tonal pieces in a single outfit.
Menswear’s new go-to pattern is officially the vertical stripe. It’s seen on almost any type of clothing like jackets and coats at fashion weeks all over the world. Wearing vertical stripes is a bit tricky though. When it’s not worn the right way, it may look tacky or funny. Subtlety is the answer to this. There should only be one vertically striped piece at a time and the size of the stripes should be narrow and straight.
Another trend is the side-stripe trousers. Evidence of this is its presence in the catwalk of different luxury designers’ fashion shows. If you don’t want to look like an athlete when you’re wearing this trend, you’d better balance everything. You can wear trainers but make sure to add a slim-fit shirt or a knitted piece.
Dad denim which is leg-friendly, loose fit, light wash, straight up and down, and relaxed is likewise trendy. It doesn’t make you look like you’re trying too hard and is also very comfortable compared to skinny jeans. Wear cropped designs or pinroll your jeans and match with pastel loose-fitting shirts, T-shirts, trainers, and Chelsea boots.
A trend that’s making a comeback is the tropical print shirts. This should be worn with care because you might end up looking comical. Seek out designs in pared-back colour palettes and match with dark tailored jeans or chinos.
Another must-have item are checks. The best way to make checks work for you is to try larger or more complex motifs on outerwear, knitwear, and trousers. Check yourself and make sure that the rest of your outfit is toned down or simple if you want the whole outfit to work.
A hot trend this season are anoraks and windbreakers. They come colour-blocked, in dark and moody shades and pastels. You can style them any which way you want. Throw one on over tailored pants, jeans, shirts, knits, boots, or trainers.
All these fashionable and trendy items are available at Terraces Menswear. Its flagship store opened in 2001 in the Stoke-on-Trent City Centre (Hanley).T heir ever-expanding list of brands represents the best in classic and casual clothing from modern independent British brands to internationally recognised ones. Not only are Terraces clothing of the highest quality, they’re also sold at competitive prices for both men and boys. They have Clothing (Polo – short sleeves, shirts, shorts, sweats, T-shirts, jackets and coats, jeans and trousers etc.); Footwear (Boat Shoes, Boots, Sandals, Shoes, Trainers, Plimsolls); and Accessories (Bags, Belts, Gloves, Hats, Wallets, Underwear etc.) from brands like Ellesse Clothing (https://www.terracesmenswear.co.uk/categories/Mens/Ellesse/), Barbour International, Lacoste Sport, North Sails, Nicholas Deakins, Paul & Shark, Peaceful Hooligan, and Paul Smith among others.
When it comes to shipping, Terraces Menswear delivers all over UK and in some countries at very affordable costs. Delivery is free (UK Inland Addresses) within 4-5 working days for orders over £50. Items can be returned by filling out the returns form under certain circumstances. Any costs incurred in returning items are the responsibility of the buyer. Among the forms of payment to choose from are Paypal, Visa, Mastercard, and Sage Pay.