Elevate Your Style Game With These Super Slick Spring Outfit Ideas - Men's Health Magazine Australia

Elevate Your Style Game With These Super Slick Spring Outfit Ideas

We head to the country to showcase spring style in all its glory.

If you’re going to invest in any spring clothes this season, consider easy, comfortable menswear styles that have the versatility to be worn several ways, providing the most bang for your buck. We’re not saying you need a whole new wardrobe, but putting some effort into your daily ‘fits for the spring season can be a major confidence booster for your re-entry into society. When we look good, we feel good—it’s as simple as that. So find joy in discovering some cool spring fashions, from rugged gear that’ll make you feel like a badass, to polished menswear pieces that still provide enough comfort so you won’t miss your loungewear.

Rebel with a cause

Channelling a vintage James Dean, an elegant knit and a plain white T-shirt is one combination that will never go out of style.

Left: Knit ($399) and pants ($259) and belt ($219), all by Polo Ralph Lauren; T-shirt ($39.95) by Marcs and watch ($4350) by TAG Heuer. 

Photography by Jamie Green, Styling by Tessa Law, Grooming by Max May

Man’s best friend

Spring is the season to embrace tonal layers, enabling you to move seamlessly with the changing temperatures. Pairing sneakers with a jacket, meanwhile, will help inject some personality into your ’fit. 

Shirt ($189) by Polo Ralph Lauren; suspenders ($149.95), pants ($299) and shoes ($399) all by
 MJ Bale. 

Photography by Jamie Green, Styling by Tessa Law, Grooming by Max May

Suit yourself

Post-lockdown dressing is about being bold. This tailored white suit with a striped tie is a good place to start.

Suit ($949), shirt ($299) and tie ($139), all by BOSS; watch ($4350) by TAG Heuer. 

Photography by Jamie Green, Styling by Tessa Law, Grooming by Max May

Picture perfect

The beauty of suspenders is that you don’t need to wear a jacket. With the weather heating up, this makes them the ideal spring style companion.

Shirt ($189) by Polo Ralph Lauren; suspenders ($149.95), pants ($299) and shoes ($399) all by
 MJ Bale. 

Photography by Jamie Green, Styling by Tessa Law, Grooming by Max May

Bullseye

With tweed currently dominating the runway, don’t let the models have all the fun. We recommend pairing a jacket with pants from the same colour family. 

Jacket (POA) by Tommy Hilfiger; T-shirt ($39.95) by French Connection; pants ($349) by BOSS; hat ($489) by Phylli Design.

Photography by Jamie Green, Styling by Tessa Law, Grooming by Max May

Bare essentials

This spring, we encourage you to go places you’ve never been. Case in point: a neck scarf and suit jacket on top of a bare chest. 

Jacket ($499) by MJ Bale; scarf ($89) by Polo Ralph Lauren.

Photography by Jamie Green, Styling by Tessa Law, Grooming by Max May

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