Finally signs of Spring are appearing, and we’re already looking forward to holiday and wardrobe planning. But with the catwalk’s huge array and our changable weather, it can be tricky so Dapper Street are here to break down the fashion forecast.

There’s something for everyone whether you want to chill in casuals or sharpen up your  look. Whats more, many of SS15 trends will stay through the Autumn, so they’re worth the investment. The front runner was 70’s styling; seen on Saint Laurent who’s combining of the west coast hippy, City roller and Surfer,  created the ultimate rebellious dandy.  Trousers were tight with brown belts enhancing the rock’n’roll star silhouette finished with  pointed boots. Everything from Bowie-inspired prints, leather jackets, open shirts and layered jewels were present (think Jack Sparrow meets 70’s rockstar.)


saint laurent ss15

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Of course it wouldn’t be Spring without a floral- noted by Valentino’s printed shorts and shirts. Whether a paisley number of hawaiian inspired choice, floral patterns were everywhere. Not really you’re thing? Bird and dot patterns also reocurred giving a laidback, fun-loving vibe for the warmer days. Wear with all-out colour clashes or dark navy or black for a edgier look. From the biggest fashion houses to affordable new comers Hype & wearable Carhartt, floral prints are integral to the new season. (& don’t make you any less of a man!)



From Left: Carhartt, Scotch & Soda, Valentino.

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For the more casual dressers, sportswear inspired pieces were also popular including 90’s inspired polos to hardened streetwear outfits from the likes of Riccardo Tisco at Givenchy. Monochrome outfits looked strong and fresh with contast panels and modern Textures.  From a daytime vest to a sheer detail tee, designs were wearble with a urban twist. Details included baseball shoes, headwear and abstract patterns.

Givenchy, Menswear, Spring Summer, 2015, Fashion Show in Paris

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Finally Spring staples pastels and denim plus neutrals were seen in numerous collections, one of our favourites being at Westwood Man Ss15. Dame Vivienne combined pixel block tartans with British seaside influences as well as 70’s fringing for a entirley original collection with something for every dresser. Translated onto the High Street with soft blues, check patterns and frayed edging, Spring dressing looks both fun and wearable. our favourite go -to brand include Original Penguin and Cheap Monday for some great colour palettes, patterns and Denim.




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