Spring Menswear with Outlooks for Men

This Spring season is brimming with hope and optimism with the promise of warmer temperatures, socially distanced outings with friends and loved ones, and the beginning of the end of the pandemic.

This hope translates into bright palettes, lush floral prints, informal suits, and athletic leisurewear.

Overall, you could say elegant comfort reigns.

Also worth noting are a whole range of pastel palettes that are imbued with ’70s inspired softness. 

Let these looks curated by Outlooks for Men inspire your Spring wardrobe.

Photos by Jeffrey Bosdet.


Polo by Eton $225, teal green cotton pique polo shirt
Suit by Strellson $825, wool navy check slim fit
Belt by Bench Craft $80, brown leather belt 
Brown leather sneaker by Loake $325, brown leather with white sole

Spring is all about feeling good and easy living. Wear this polished and timeless yet relaxed look out for a patio dinner or Sunday brunch.  Switch a formal blazer for an easygoing sweater blazer and you are ready for your third zoom meeting or a date stroll on the inner harbour.

Grey jeans by 34 Heritage $195, light wash grey denim
Shirt by Joop $175, grey check dress shirt
Wind vest by Eton $250, navy nylon thn zip vest
Sweater blazer by Strellson $255, mid grey cotton cardigan style blazer
Navy suede sneaker by Laoke $325, navy suede with white sole


White t shirt by Paige $115, white cotton short sleeve t-shirt with pocket
Shorts by Strellson $165, army green cotton slim fit shorts
Camp collar shirt by Strellson $175, green retro Hawaiin print short sleeve shirt
Leather woven belt by Gavazenni $135, brown leather woven belt
White sneakers by Shoe the Bear $195, white leather sneaker with white sole

Floral patterns were a huge inspiration for designers for this Spring/Summer season. Floral patterns symbolize hope and are a nod to the 70s. Pair a floral pattern top with a crisp pair of bermuda shorts, and you are ready for a beach stroll or a beer on a patio.