The chino is a classic for men during the warmer weather. They are lighter weight and can easily be worn with anything just like jeans. For the past few seasons many brands have released new takes by making them in washed out tones as well as colors and prints.
For this season, Joe’s Jeans did just that. For their Brixton Trousers, they have an array of extracted colors, or washed out. Also available this season is a striped version and one made in canvas to add a bit more texture to your look. Which pair are you looking forward to trying? You can click here to purchase these pants from the Joe’s Jeans website.
One trend that screams Summer to me is dip-dye. For this season Hudson took it up a notch by doing the trend in colors instead of the usual dark denim/bleached out styles.
They have also given you the choice of the style in shorts. You can choose between lavender/white or tangerine/white combo in the shorts and a jade/white or pink/white combo in their full length jeans. I can see these being a popular choice paired with a slouchy white button up for the perfect summer look. You can click here to purchase these jeans from the Hudson website.
These printed jeans have to be one of the best, if not the best, pair of printed jeans that I have seen anyone design. They are the new Ankle Skinny in Crochet by Current/Elliott. These will keep you on point with the eyelet trend without revealing any skin.
What amazes me about these is the attention to detail. Many prints don’t line up, which I completely understand, so when I clicked on these and saw that everything was aligned, it just took them to a whole new level. What also takes these to a new level is that they have a bit of an embroidered/3D effect to them, but don’t have a heavy handed feel to them. They feel smart and I find them to be very Parisian chic. What are your thoughts on them? You can click here to purchase these jeans from Nordstroms for $228.
Cargo shorts have come a long way from the classic canvas styles by Abercrombie and Hollister. Which I still do find are some of the greatest that I have ever come across because of their sturdiness and classic appeal.
With classic aside, brands like Balmain, G-Star, White Moutaineering as well as others have elevated the piece into styles that are more fun, sometimes sleek and even lightweight. So how many of you are interested in trying a new reinvented style for Spring? You can see my choices from printed styles, interesting details, and some updated classics below.