Don’t be too hasty in putting away your leather and suede just because the weather is warmer and Spring has arrived. Proving they’re more versatile than you probably thought, designers have continued the unseasonably dark palettes of their collections with the use of these traditionally heavy weight fabrics. While it’s true they probably won’t make the ideal outfit for a day at the beach, leather and suede do make for luxe and ladylike daywear. They’re also perfect if you’re jetsetting between climates, or live in a city where the weather can change hourly (Melbourne, we’re looking at you!).

We’ve been told that life is boring if you don’t take any risks. And while that may be true, when it comes to fashion, it’s not just about taking risks – it’s about taking calculated risks. If you want to take a little trip on the wild side, then have a look at our guide of risky fashion trends for men and how to efficiently pull them off.

When the weather starts to heat up taking off our shoes seems to be the first way to cool down.  We choose to walk bare foot along the beach, choose comfort over style and throw out the lace-ups in favour of thongs. However, you can’t avoid shoes all season.  TheTrendSpotter has found 5 shoe styles that will keep every man cool this season.

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