British everyday wear specialists Marks & Spencer have dropped their menswear collection for the 2019 spring/summer season. We take a look into their lookbook – fronted by former DAMAN Style cover model, Oliver Cheshire.
The colorful collection not only brings in fresh palettes, but also updated and modern styles into their pieces. Proudly utilizing quality fabrics and statement prints, this season M&S trims down their silhouettes.
Unstructured jackets with a softer and slimmer fit bridge the gap between suiting and casual, including jersey blazers and linen bomber jackets which have been designed to be worn dressed up or down throughout the season.
Tailoring is renewed in pastel hues of dusty pink and sky blue, paired with matching Oxford shirts and white trainers for a modern aesthetic.
As for the aforementioned prints, Stripes and High Summer prints are seen across shirts, t-shirts and shorts – with the all-favorite denim being reworked with slimmer fit jeans and denim jackets.
New and bold colors features across activewear with pops of vibrant coral and cobalt blue – perfect for the summer, indeed. Meanwhile, knitwear is refreshed in even quirkier hues such as mustard, orange and cornflower blue.
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