4 fashion forces school us on your new season neutrals

Learn from the men who dress for a living.

From the usual suspects in shades of buttery beige and crisp white, to blue denim and rich maroon, look beyond the norm for spring/summer 19 and invest in the neutrals that work for you.


It may not be beige, but denim is basically a second neutral when it comes to getting dressed, it’s how you layer it for the season ahead that makes an impact. Take note from fashion superstar Pelayo Diaz and layer it with pale whites and rich wine reds (and we’d never say no to a Dior saddle bag to finish off the look).

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Sand palette 🐫 @garconjon

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Whilst beige may seem like a no-brainer for spring, it’s how you tone and layer it that really makes the difference. Take note from ‘The Three F’ boys and choose from every shade, right from white to the deepest camel shade, then finish off with slick accessories and sharp shoes, it’s the Italian way.

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Outside @ferragamo with this one 🖤

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This season is all about proportion. With every designer showing exaggerated silhouettes, hone in on Carlo’s look, with a high waist and wide legs, because it’s all about the perfect pant for spring 19. Block off the top of your outfit with one shade to keep your legs looking hella long and finish with aviators.


The king of street style brought back his tailored signatures for this years mens fashion week and caught our eyes in this incredible suiting in every shade of perfection. Use this as your inspiration on how to wear a suit successfully for spring.




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