Menswear turns a decidedly more sophisticated leaf for spring, employing the help of shades like caramel, camel and cream to accomplish the look. The neutrals make the pairing process quite simple while delivering a finished look that feels rich and stylish in that easy way we all vie for. Looking to the runways of such names as Ermenegildo Zegna and Salvatore Ferragamo tells a story of a stylish man on the go. Similarly, incorporating extras such as great, supple leather Gucci totes or cashmere separates from Thomas Pink is a great way to approach this nearly monochromatic trend. Whether tackling the look from head to toe or simply in small doses, you’re sure to look oh-so-sweet.
Camel leather knapsack with braided handles and interlocking G hardware; available at Gucci boutiques
White cotton, two button blazer, $1,650; camel cotton trousers, $290; cream linen and camel leather duffle bag, $1,350; white leather and canvas wingtips, $650; all available at Salvatore Ferragamo boutiques.
Sanderson two-tone dress shoe, $550; available at Ralph Lauren boutiques
Selection of bracelets made of antiqued silver and leather; available at Bottega Veneta boutiques
Cream trousers and turtleneck topped with khaki blazer, all from the spring/summer 2001 runway collection, price upon request; at Ermenegildo Zegna boutiques
White cotton shirt, $85; and sand linen suit, $595; both available at DKNY boutiques
Hentford Cashmere Men’s V Neck in Stone, $300; available at Thomas Pink boutiques