The shopping list every stylish dude needs

Spring is here, guys. So while you’re cleaning out the closet, why not freshen it up with the hottest new looks of the season? Here, Alexa rounds up the trends and products that should be on your radar as the mercury starts to rise.

Try green
From left: Eddie Redmayne does suiting, leprechaun-style. Model Jack Guinness greens business in this Burberry topper. Michael Shannon kills it in Kermit-colored threads.

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Buy a hoodie
From left: NFL star Jaelen Strong tackles the trend in camouflage. In his peacoat, model Oliver Cheshire is both sporty and posh. Justin Theroux layers his sweatshirt with a road-ready second skin.

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Get tanned
From left: Ryan Reynolds proves that khaki can, in fact, look cool. You better believe model David Gandy knows how to speak trench. A light suit is perfect for spring — just ask Ed Westwick.

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Four items to instantly refresh your outfit

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(Top left) Sunglasses, $290 at Tomas Maier, 407 Bleecker St.; (Bottom left) Driving shoes, $565 attods.com; (Center) Orlebar Brown x Gieves & Hawkes shirt, $295 at orlebarbrown.com; (Right)Hermès ties.

 

 

Watch this space: Three hot time pieces

“Ornatino” 18-k gold watch, $31,000 at Buccellati, 714 Madison Ave. (left); CT60® 18-k rose-gold watch, $15,000 at tiffany.com; Baume & Mercier “Clifton 10280” watch, $5,450 at Tourneau, 510 Madison Ave.Photo: Fortunato

 

Trench coats

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Plaid plus unexpected details will put you somewhere between old- and new-school cool. Ermenegildo Zegna Couture coat, $2,450 at Ermenegildo Zegna, 663 Fifth Ave.

The sweater
This is not your grandfather’s cardigan — but if it was, he’d be the hippest grandpa ever. The perfect ode to the quintessential classic, this striped version from Gucci is surprisingly straightforward, given designer Alessandro Michele’s romance with maximalism. But perhaps that’s the point: Why mess with something so timeless?

Gucci cardigan, $880 at mrporter.comPhoto: Handout

The shades
Ray-Ban — everyone’s go-to eyewear label — throws some serious shade with this pair for those seeking all of that rightnow, finely tuned nostalgia. From the tortoiseshell down to the round frames, they’ll perfectly suit sunny afternoons cruising in your vintage Chevy Bel Air.

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Ray-Ban sunglasses at mrporter.com

The shoe
Brogues reign supreme this season in a mashup of fabrics that put a new spin on the tried-and-true classic. Etro’s penchant for prints plays out in this leather and- houndstooth version, complete with a classically hip wingtip. Style, rebooted.

Etro brogues, $810 a mrporter.comPhoto: Handout

The briefcase
Go full-on retro with a boxy valise. This carry-all from Canali feels modern with its color-blocked detail and beige, burnt-gold and brown hues. Pair it with a smart suit and fedora for a look that defines gentleman chic.

Briefcase, price upon request at Canali, 625 Madison Ave.

 

Source: NYPost

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