Now that the Spring is officially here, it’s time to check the fashion trends this Spring brings us. So, let’s check what we have seen in these famous and stylish fashion weeks and maybe we’ll give you some inspiration for the next visit with your tailor!
This is the season of squares! From windowpanes to Prince of Wales checks, squares were all over the shows this season. Squares were mostly seen on tailoring and outerwear. Squares started their huge comeback with pinstripe revival a few seasons ago. Now the star is windowpane, and it will continue to rule the tailoring world for the next few years. Get on the trend now to avoid the rush!
You wouldn’t actually say that camouflage is a trend. It has become a classic already – just like maritime theme or flowers for females. Camouflage was presented on the stages of Dsquared2, Givenchy and Valentino male fashion shows. So what about suits you ask? No, we wouldn’t actually recommend you getting a camouflage patterned suit, but a lining like that is something that can add a cool touch to your suit. For example, LGFG Fashion House has a great purple coloured lining to choose.
LGFG Fashion House camouflage lining
3. Lightweight coat
We admit you wouldn’t count that one as an trend. That is a practical thing we need but there are different styles and colour schemes that vary in different seasons. Your LGFG Fashion House tailor can also help you out in this case. The current trend is natural colors and neutrals, adding in some notes from blue and red. These colors were spotted on Versace and Lou Dalton.
Lightweight coat as seen on Versace men’s show 2017
4. Looser suits
Yes, the slim fit trend is starting to change and you will notice some looser fits on the stages of the big fashion house collections. It’s the first time since the 1980’s the tailoring is getting loose again! Can you imagine? I remember from my childhood when I said out loud I would never wear skinny jeans and pointy toed shoes that my mom used to wear when she was younger. Guess what I have been wearing for the past few years now? So yes, the change is strange at first but step by step the whole world is getting used to it and so will you. The switch from skinny and slim suiting to something looser was seen at Balenciaga, Tomas Maier and Bottega Veneta. From their collections, you will notice a broader-shouldered silhouette as well.
Bottega Veneta vision for summer suits this season
This Spring, many designers have apparently gotten inspiration from ice cream – from sky blue to soft tangerine, coral to lemon sherbet. Yes, it’s all about pastels that have made a serious comeback from the Miami Vice days. But those barely there colours are actually an interesting option to the all white look that many men like to practise during summertime festive events. But skip the pastels if your skin is very pale. In this case, still choose the earth-tones. Pastels were seen on Hopman Design, Christopher Shannon and Gucci. NB! Pastel pink was the most popular.
Pastel colour combinations were seen on Gucci men’s show 2017