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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Runway Review

This season, men's runway fashion has taken colors and patterns up a notch; a fresh
take on suits, blazers, shorts and footwear. Many designers use a couture twist on collections, so i've spotlighted Balmain & Louis Vuitton; both fashion forward, edgy and wearable.

Balmain proves pastels aren't just for the ladies.
This look is super clean and put together, made up of a simple
cream collared button up, white jeans, a light layer scarf & lace up boots.

Trying to stay put together but simple?
Try a leather jacket and a pastel v-neck, paired with a minimalistic
type of jewelry. Armani Exchange has the sickest men's accessories.

Dyed denim is big this spring; men's styles are coming forward in pale yellows and
turqouise. My favorite look on a man is a jean/blazer combo, sophisticated yet chill.
Pair this UO ivory blazer with some 80s Purple denim and a classic belt.

Such a classic look with some edgy pieces. I love the gold detail on the LV coat, but for a more affordable version browse Armani Exchange. Navy bottoms are gorgeous and look amazing paired with the white. The shoes were kind of fruity, so i substituted with some sick high top vans.

Leather jackets are a main wardrobe staple for men's spring style.
The white pants can be substituted with light wash denim and a pair of vans. This is one of those wear wherever and look super sexy outfits. Done up or down with your choice of kicks & accessories.

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