Menswear is in an interesting place right now. The way men dress is finally becoming full with colours, more adventurous and less constrained by dress codes and the old rules. There are changes everywhere as employees in which hoodies for the office and streetwear designers redefine tailoring.

Spring is the perfect time to reinvent yourself and breathe new life into your style. So these are the first 2 out of 10 biggest spring trends, along with the personal tips on how to wear them.

– The Return & Reinvention of Tailoring
Just when you thought it was going to be gone, it comes back again. The tailoring was pretty out of favor when sportswear took over your Timberland fashion wardrobe – wear a suit and you’d look corporate, make an effort, or be out of date. Maybe all three. But like the endless cycle of garments that is back in the spotlight, there is room for the humble two-piece suit again.

Although it is different this time. Designer brands like Louis Vuitton, Dior and Alexander McQueen have turned to tailoring for their latest collections, but it’s not the suit as you know it. Cuts are oversized rather than form-fitting, colors are more daring pastel and cream tones than navy and gray, and there is hardly a tie in sight.

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Dior went so far as to create a new style, a kind of one-button single-breasted jacket that hugs the torso like a long-lost friend who makes up for lost time. McQueen has turned to printing and embroidering floral designs on his colorful suits – you may have seen Timothee Chalamet wearing one on the red carpet. The suit is finally back, but not like we know it.

– Denim Redone
The old saying “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” has a real resonance in men’s fashion. This is the reason why Ray-Ban Wayfarer is still the gold standard for stylish glasses and why black will always be the new black. Of course it will be black. Don’t mess with it.

This season, when it comes to denim, designers are tearing up the blueprint that Levi Strauss designed more than 165 years ago to interpret the hard stuff differently.

Colored, painted and embroidered denim does not replace the simple washes in the men’s fashion hall of fame, but they do prove that the old denim dog still has life. In the meantime, all you have to do is look at the neatly cut coordinate sets that are creating Kacamata Rayban tracks to see that streetwear in 2019 is as elegant as Savile Row.