Soft earth tones offer a clean transition from winter chill to spring warmth. Shirt by Van Laack, $255, sweater by Loro Piana, $1,295, and blazer by Gimo’s, $1,295, all at Boyd’s, Philadelphia. Pants by Brunello Cucinelli, $495 at Neiman Marcus, King of Prussia.
Proof that “casual” need not be shorthand for “sloppy.” T-shirt by Black and Denim, $29, and rings by 316 Steel, $25, all at Metro Mens, Philadelphia. Blazer by Issey Miyake Men’s, $735, pants by 3.1 Phillip Lim, $275, shoes by Yohji Yamamoto for Y-3, $380, and bracelet by Werkstatt Munchen, $562, all at Joan Shepp, Philadelphia.
Is there anything that tops off an outfit better than a jaunty fedora? Hat by Cole Considered, $45, and pants by Scotch and Soda, $120, both at Metro Mens.
When it comes to feet, this season it’s all about the loafer. From left: Shoes by Salvatore Ferragamo, $495 at Bloomingdale’s, King of Prussia. Tod’s, $595, Prada, $795, Fratelli Rosetti, $595, Prada, $595, Fratelli Rosetti, $695, and Gucci, $495, all at Boyd’s.
Sometimes all you need is the right jewelry. Cross necklace by King Baby Studio, $200 at Neiman Marcus. Circle necklace by Werkstatt Munchen, $595 at Joan Shepp.
Spring romance only makes bright clothes look even brighter. Left: Shirt by Commonwealth Proper, Philadelphia, $285. Jeans, model’s own. Right: T-shirt by Scotch and Soda, $53 at Metro Mens. Jeans by Vince, $195, and bracelet by King Baby Studio, $345, both at Neiman Marcus.
Separates are the new suit, done up in bright hues that telegraph the beauty of spring. Left: Shirt by Oriali, $295, blazer by Isiah, $2,495, bow tie by Carrot and Gibbs, $85, and pocket square by Dion, $55, all at Boyd’s. Pants by Tom Ford, $995 at Neiman Marcus. 1901 “Wingman” shoes, $99.95 at Nordstrom, King of Prussia. Right: Shirt by Oriali, $295, blazer by Isiah, $2,495, tie by Robert Talbott, $140, and pocket square by Dion, $55, all at Boyd’s. Pants by Boss by Hugo Boss, $195 at Bloomingdale’s.