Spring 2010 Fashion Trends
Last season, we saw a new set of spring 2010 fashion trends. Whether you’re a self-proclaimed fashion expert, or just trying to avoid a major fashion blunder, many of spring 2010’s fashion trends are still alive and well this spring. Pull a few of these basic pieces from your closet, or purchase a few to spice up your current spring wardrobe.
- Monotone. One of the biggest fashion trends in spring 2010 was monotone. Monotone and monochromatic looks were all the rage in spring 2010 because they were easy to put together and fun to wear. All you need to pull off this look is a basic pair of pants and a matching colored shirt.
- Military coats. Masculine but chic, military style coats were a popular spring 2010 fashion trend. Without the camouflage print and worn with simple crewneck tee-shirt, military style coats are perfectly fashionable and easy for average men to wear.
- Tie die. Spring 2010 brought with it a resurgence of tie die and tie dyed fashion accessories. Tie die is a little trickier for the average man to pull off, but don’t let that stop you. Go for a smaller piece like a tie if you’re worried about looking too 1960.
- Khaki. Khaki business suits, blazers, pants and tops were all en vogue in spring 2010. From Perry Ellis to Calvin Klein, khaki showed up in nearly every runaway show in spring 2010.
- Tailored vest. One of the few runway items that anyone could wear, the tailored vest was all the rage in spring 2010. Even today, the tailored vest has continued to be a hot fashion item. From the large fashion houses to the smaller chain stores, everyone continues to sell the tailored vest.