Men's Shirt Styles Spring Summer 2017
Posted on January 19 2017
A wardrobe staple, men's shirts are always in fashion, however not every style is. The new range of shirts for Spring and Summer 2017 are now beginning to emerge on the high street, and there are some common themes. Here we'll discuss men's shirt styles for Spring Summer 2017.
Collections for 2017 show a lot of military style shirts for men, in colours such as olive,
khaki and sand. But, if you aren't a firm follower of fashion, you can still take elements of this trend and incorporate it into your everyday wear, for example with a button down collar, or button down pockets, on your regular everyday shirts.
Going into Spring, it is still very cold in the UK, and so long sleeves and thicker fabrics are still favoured. As well as this long sleeve look, denim and check patterns are also proving to be popular for casual shirts. At WH Taylor Shirtmakers we have a wide range of check shirts in a thick soft cotton, perfect for keeping on trend, as well as keeping warm through the first part of the year. Buying a check shirt from us is also the ideal way of sticking with a high quality hand finished shirt, not compromising on anything for the sake of modern style.
These options need not just be for casual shirts, elements can be incorporated into the humble work shirt (if your job allows a non-strict dress code). This means that you can update your everyday shirt look by following details of fashion, but without going the whole way.
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