Although the weather fluctuates between being very promising towards Spring and seemingly being completely against it, chronological time doesn’t lie and Spring is coming soon, indeed. On that note, we need to talk fashion, men’s fashion. The most acclaimed designers have come to many original conclusions in regards to what’s going to be hot in menswear, and we picked out the ones we think are the Spring 2019 men’s trends that everyone should really, really follow. Have a look and draw some inspo!
The Bucket Hat
Fendi – among many others – proposed the bucket hat for Spring 2019, and we love it! Vinyl, cloth, or even leather are all fabrics that perfectly fit the bucket hat. Its versatility makes it trendy in every occasion, but choose wisely – it might not be appropriate if you’re meeting your gf’s parents for the first time.
With a loud blast from the past, neon colors came back from the 90s and landed on tailored suits, both for men and women. As Acne Studios visually suggests, get ready for a heavy dash of fluorescent colors – this Spring is all about bright green and orange.
The t-shirts you used to make for fun when you were little might come in handy now. Tie-dye is a thing again, and it expands to all clothes. From tees to pants and even shirts, it’s going to be a tie-dye season. Definitely one of the best Spring 2019 men’s trends.
Sac De Cou
It literally translates into “neck sack”, but it really is a neck wallet. Fall 2018’s fanny packs, please make space for the new protagonists of the accessories scene. Choose whatever size, it’s going to be trendy anyway.
An all-time classic like the trench coat couldn’t be left out from the best Spring 2019 men’s trends. From Burberry to Gustav Von Aschenback (see picture), the trench coat is one of the main protagonists of the upcoming season. Stay chic and classy with shades of beige or dare a bit with bright colors and innovative fabrics.
Dad shoes, dad socks and dad jeans are the three ingredients you need for the Absolute Style recipe. Prada knows (see picture), and doesn’t blink at the idea of matching chunky dad trainers to high-rise socks. And you should do the same.