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Men's T-shirts for summer 2018

06 . 06 . 2018 by Redazione

Comfortable, sporty, and today, sometimes chic, T-shirts are truly an evergreen. Loved by everyone, they become the true protagonists of men’s fashion this year. On the Spring-Summer 2018catwalks, we have seen them in all colours, patterns and shapes; designers enjoyed transforming them from basic garments to dream pieces! Let’s check the latest trends together.

Stripes, a timeless classic

Stripes are back, to give a decidedly summery flavour to the looks. A sporty mood for Alexander Wang red and black striped oversized  T-shirt; very elegant the golden stripes on the white T-shirt by Bikkembergs. Marni, on the other hand, interprets the nautical style in a very funny way, proposing a pretty long striped and geometric pattern T-shirt which simulates the shape of a playsuit!

Delicate pastel shades for Him

Pastel colours, beloved by Queen Elizabeth II, are back on the catwalk this time for men. The timeless pink-light blue combination will light up young boys’ outfits this summer. Versace offers a beautiful T-shirt in a candy pink shade for a bon-ton effect. Very street style, instead, the light blue, front print T-shirt by Fausto Puglisi.

The T-shirt becomes a pullover

This summer we will see a new trend: the T-shirts will be worn like a pull, on sleeveless shirts. A different way, therefore, to be cool with a basic garment, as shown by Balmain and Lanvin.

Oversized T-shirts

T-shirts become oversized this season. Micheal Kors proposes a decidedly beach mood with baggy T-shirts paired with Bermuda shorts and sandals. Y-3, instead, creates juxtapositions of oversized T-shirts, in various fabrics, for a truly refined but also simple result.

Logos invade T-shirts

Like every year, there are logo and slogan T-shirts. On the catwalks, we have seen them in different styles: MSGM proposed 80s inspired T-shirts, with large sleeves and elastic waistband; more basic, instead, those   introduced by Valentino with front maxi logos.

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