Since the "snow is gone and the sun is shining", as Isaiah puts it, he restyled the American Rag baseball jacket we posted earlier during #MacysCampusTour for a truly great spring look. While non colors and neutrals dominate winter, spring is all about color and a pair of colorful chinos adds just the right pop your outfit.
With spring rolling around it’s time to break out the lighter fabrics and bright colors. Samir and Chelsea styled Kyle as part of #MacysCampusTour with a cool blue linen shirt from American Rag and an amazing orange pair of jeans from Levi’s. Be sure to keep an eye out for both of these brands next time you’re at Macy’s.
College men, with snow finally melting on campuses across the U.S., it's time to put your winter boots in storage and start thinking about what shoes you'll be wearing this winter. Isaiah, one of our Campus Sartorialists put together this handy-dandy chart to help you plan. Click-through for a few cool options from Macy's (#MacysCampusTour)
It's not always about the colors, as John and Yvette have shown us. Neutrals, like grays, beiges, taupes, blacks and whites, can also make an outfit stand out. Check out more tips from #MacysCampusTour here.
Last weekend, #MacysCampusTour brought us to Boston, where we met up with Paul, who helped us style a few campus-worthy looks using pieces from Macy's mStyleLab collections.
Florals (don't think ugly hawaiian shirts your compsci professor wears) have started inching their way into men's wardrobe since Spring 2013 (check out a few shirts recommended by GQ), and it seems like they are here to stay.
Whether you decide to wear it by itself, casually on your way to class, or under a blazer, for a night out, the floral print is versatile, and is a great way to invigorate your wardrobe and get you ready for spring.
Paul is wearing a speckled red blazer from Bar III for Macy's, a floral shirt by Ben Sherman and a pair of blue slim fit chinos from Levi's collection for Macy's.
Our advice: downplay the print with solid pieces, like a pair of chinos or a blazer
While dressing up to for class might elicit a few "What's the occasion?" questions, we are all for it, as we are firm believers that one dresses for one's self rather than for an occasion or for everyone else.
Tyler incorporated a bold Maryland Flag Bow Tie by Route One Apparel into his look by pairing it with a simple navy blazer, a salmon pink button-down shirt and a pair of slim Dockers chinos from Macy's collection.
Happy St. Paddy's Day from Campus Sartorialist and our SCU Campus Sartorialists!