Here’s what’s happening in Spring 2016 Menswear Trends.
Spring 2016 menswear trends means making some serious closet room for this spring and summer’s to-die-for looks. We’re swimming in visions of plaid prints, peek-a-boo mesh, and black and white ensembles (and we’re loving it). From Diesel’s one-dimensional white looks to DSquared2’s gritty mesh muscle tanks, spring 2016 menswear trends all about messing with classic styles while staying cool. Here’s a dose of runway style inspiration and where to start stealing similar looks.
1. Shades of Black and White
From left to right: Philip Plein, Diesel, Rick Owens
Sharp neutrals are the name of the game this spring. Despite the blaring lack of color, this black and white spring 2016 menswear trend is actually quite eye-catching. Among the general mass of people soaking up spring in cheery pastels, take a break from traditional summer colors in crisp whites and midnight blacks.
2. Plaid for All Seasons
From left to right: Etro, Ami, John Varvatos
Get clad in plaid with ensembles that are the farthest thing from your grandfather’s tartan blazer. This spring 2016 menswear trend combines the rolling hills of Scotland with spring revival. However, this timeless print doesn’t have to be taken too seriously. Take plaid head on in a full-frontal checked suit or dress it down with joggers for a muted look.
3. Mesh With It
From left to right: DSquared2, Sandro, Dries Van Noten
Typically donned by sweaty bodybuilders and basketball pros, you’ll probably be seeing more mesh outside the four walls of your local gym. Any signature mesh ensemble can go from day to night by simply trading in your high tops for ankle boots. Mesh is a bit of a skin tease, but now you have another excuse to show off your pecks while doing it tastefully. You’re welcome.