Style Manual: A Guide to Spring/Summer’s Leading Menswear Trends
While spring conditions seem to change on a dime – a drizzly 12º on the weekend dissipates to 23º and sunshine by Monday morning – the season never fails to remind us of one thing: a change in weather calls for a change in wardrobe. Lucky for us, menswear designers prepped accordingly (as usual). 2023 Spring/Summer collections rethink classic striped button-downs, modernize the suit with sleek tailoring, and embrace spontaneity through lightweight trench coats. Explore our latest Book For Men shoot, complete with casual cut-offs and pastel knits.
Make a statement with a best-in-class letterman jacket and opt for this limited-edition Canadian made masterpiece.
Hang up your puffer jackets in favour of a lightweight trench and keep things fresh, rain or shine.
Ties That Bind
Elevate the classic shirt and tie combo with luxurious textures, pattern mixing, and distinctive jewellery.
Uncommon pairings bring new life to transitional pieces of the season. Try a lightweight knit and bucket hat in a daring hue.
Sophisticated takes on denim cut offs can be worn with an array of shirting; socks and sandals optional.
A striped cotton shirt comes in handy for every season. This short sleeve button-down is a must for a breathable shirting option, topped off with beaded detailing as an extra accessory.
Best Foot Forward
For a sophisticated finishing touch to any office ensemble, invest in a pair of double monkstrap dress shoes to complete the look.
In the Bag
Accessorize with an array of bags for function and form. From a bold print backpack to a bright pop of orange on a crossbody, the options are endless.
Your best tailored looks deserve a modern watch that’s just as refined.
All in the Details
Men’s suiting gets a contemporary revamp with a sleek silhouette accompanied by unique detailing and black brogues.
Hit the ground running in creatively crafted wearable pieces mixed with technical fabrics and design that help you perform in style.
These sporty and modern watch designs are the perfect way to complement an avant-garde look.
Photography: Garrett Naccarato
Model: Aahil (WANT Management)
Styling: Nadia Pizzimenti (P1M)
Grooming: Ronnie Tremblay (P1M)
Prop Stylist: Zach Noftall (Plutino Group)
Stylist Assistant: Shae Holt
Photography Assistant: Adam Coish