March of Men’s Style
Just like the weather these days, spring fashion will be a season of contrasts when it comes to menswear. But no matter where you fall on the style spectrum, you’ll find exactly what you need to look sharp and polished at The Shops at Columbus Circle. These are the key trends to watch.
The Great Outdoors
Sporty style is getting elevated this spring. At Hugo Boss, the Awond Sport Coat has a removable hooded vest that’s built right in to the cotton-blend jacket. The ZERØGRAND Laser Wingtip from Cole Haan combines the comfort of a running shoe with the smart sophistication of an oxford. And J.Crew Mens Shop has launched a line of workout clothing with New Balance that is so good looking you’ll want to keep wearing it even after you leave the gym.
J.Crew Mens Shop
Can men really wear pink? Yes, they can, and the color is experiencing a powerful comeback. At Robert Graham, the Abdul ¼ Zip pure-cotton sweater makes a bold sartorial statement. Thomas Pink carries a range of pink shirts (of course), so that you can add a pop of color under your sweater or jacket. And why not rock a pair of pink pants from J.Crew Mens Shop? The salmon-colored chinos are totally masculine, while the Bowery slim pant comes in a sophisticated shade of pink and is woven from the world’s finest Irish linen.
J.Crew Mens Shop
Show Your Stripes
Get in line: Stripes are making their way onto all sorts of looks. Back-to-school is always in fashion at Coach, which has incorporated varsity style into several of its designs, including a classic duffel and a backpack. Contrasting rainbow stripes add a splash of color on a Diesel sleek nylon jacket. And with a black-and-gray crew-neck sweater from Ted Baker London you’ll definitely earn your stripes this season.
Ted Baker London