Sunday best: Handsome looks for Easter Sunday
By Brittany Anas
Don’t let the ladies completely steal the Easter Sunday fashion show with their pastel dresses and big hats. This spring has lots of handsome looks for men, too: We’ve never seen soft purples look so manly (especially paired with hemlock green — a tip courtesy of the Pantone Color Institute). Shorts are hitting just above the knee with slimmer silhouettes and peppy patterns. And, bring on the dapper bow ties!
Here are a few style ideas for men this Easter — and for the spring season, in general.
- Check out our favorite bow, well, beau tie shop. Beau Ties Ltd of Vermont has a huge selection of bow ties that are perfect for this time of year. (You’ll find pastel seersucker bow ties that you can wear again at a derby party). For Easter, we’re keen on the painter bow tie — with cheerful, but classic, striping. They’ve also got boys bow ties in plaids and polka dots.
- Find spring deals at Old Navy. Need a button up or polo to go underneath your sports coat? Old Navy is having a big sale on spring styles, with polos starting at $12 and button-ups for $17.50. This soft purple plaid shirt is right on trend for spring 2014 and would pair great with a dark wash denim or khakis. We’ve also go our style spy eye on the blue plaid shirt. Stylists and fashion insiders says shades of blue — especially indigo — are majorly trending this spring and summer in menswear. (Save even more with Cash Back and other great deals at Old Navy when you shop with ShopAtHome.com).
- Short weather. Maybe you’re the Easter Bunny’s assistant, helping oversee an egg hunt, or your church has a more laid-back dress code. Late April = shorts weather, and the fit of shorts this season are a little bit higher up on the knee. Give the Men’s Slim-Fit Twill Shorts from Old Navy a try. They’re on sale for $20 — and come in several different colors and prints, including a kitschy shark print or a cool camo. Our pick? This Twister Blue short that is a blend of blue and gray.
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