This spring, we set the tone with a bold spectrum of eye-popping shades. But let it be known, spring color isn’t just reserved for the female set. While the thought of stepping out in pastel footwear doesn’t appeal to most men, we’ve dialed up the right dose of color fit for the modern man’s sartorial sensibilities. Our bold, new Bayne sneaker sports a confident crimson hue and merges street-ready styling with boat shoe-inspired, seaside swagger.
Make a statement this spring in a high-top hybrid that captures the spirit of the season with masculine appeal – perfectly at ease by shore or street.
Shop the Bayne | Style tips for wearing color
It’s that time again. The much-anticipated season has arrived. Spring’s in full bloom and with it comes longer days, shorter shorts and a myriad of outdoor adventures. Make sure you come out swinging this season with a carefree carryall fit for all your spring essentials.
Enter: the Chelsie Perforated Satchel. Punctuated with of-the-moment perforation, this roomy satchel makes a statement in cheerful Kelly green. The ideal companion for spring adventures, this chic, seasonal stunner is lined in soft cotton twill and sports convenient interior pockets. An adjustable strap ensures effortless toteability, helping you transition from weekday commute to weekend escapade.
Spring Essential #1: Scarf
Inject some color into your spring wardrobe with the Lucianna Stripe Scarf. The breezy basic adds a lightweight layer for a chilly, air-conditioned office and transitions easily into an impromptu picnic blanket during sun-soaked lunch breaks.
Spring Essential #2: Umbrella
Outsmart unexpected spring showers with a toteable mini umbrella. The pint-sized version packs a punch in a bold hue, and is perfectly portable – stashing seamlessly in the roomy Chelsie Perf Satchel.
Spring Essential #3: Sunglasses
Protect your peepers from springtime rays with a street-chic pair of sunnies.
Shop the Chelsie Perforated Satchel | Shop the Lucianna Stripe Scarf
Get a chic peek at how Creative Council contributor, Keiko Lynn, does cold weather in the Catskills.
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