Now that warmer temperatures have arrived, it's time to closely examine your wardrobe. Here, we asked some of the most-followed menswear fashion bloggers to share the one trend they recommend trying this season.
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"The BBQ/camo shirts are easily the most fun item to add to your wardrobe this spring. Rock them with a suit or your favorite tailored shorts for a punch of 1950s cool. Brands from Prada to Topman all have them in their collections! Locally, I recently picked up mine from Commonwealth Proper. This spring also wouldn’t be complete without a pair of suede low-top minimal sneakers. Cop a pair of grey, navy, or pale rose and wear them with everything in your wardrobe. Some of my favorites come from brands like Scarosso and AXEL Arigato."
"This spring, everyone should be in a wide leg pant. Whether that’s a chino, denim, or trouser, male or female, the silhouettes this season have changed. Top it off with a polished tennis shoe and you’re ready for Center City Sips."
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"I've been collecting sunglasses since I was 10, so whenever spring comes, I always get excited to try new frames and styles. This year, I love colored lenses paired with a bold frame. I love the Nick Wooster x Garrett Leight frames sold on Forty Five Ten via Farfetch."
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"My spring trend is a staple: the beret. I have them in various colors, but black is the staple. Lately, folks have been spotted rocking this trend—a lot of men and women channeling their inner Parisian style."
"For the spring and summer seasons, focus on fabric and fit. First, make sure what you are wearing fits you well. Second, if you do not wear them already, look to add linen, fresco, and seersucker to your wardrobe. They will be your strongest allies in helping you keep cooler in the hot and humid summer months that Philadelphia serves up."
"High-end bracelets is a very hot trend right now for men. Thoughtfully paired with suits or sport coats, one to three bracelets of varying textures and sizes add a complexity and sophistication to the look of the overall outfit. A man who can pay attention to the details of accessories on himself shows that he will pay attention to the details of his interactions, whether business or social. I highly recommend trying it out, even if you think it isn't your style."