Men’s Fashion

Men’s Fashion

The Most-Wanted Spring 2009

Men’s "Must-Haves" at Belk

Come spring, men’s styles will be simple and modern.  Get ready for bright, gold colors and interesting patterns – still exuding looks that are both classic and confident.  Spring brings an ease of dressing that is sleeker, more vibrant and a little more adventurous.  Start with the Most Wanted—the must have items at Belk that will have any wardrobe going from good to great in no time flat!

Anything White—White is right on as one of the season’s most important color palettes.  From shorts and slacks to belts and jackets, you will want to wear white sooner than later!

Seersucker Sportcoat—Look snappy in the completer piece of the season.  Easy and elegant, this important jacket goes from workday to weekend with ease and confidence.  Classic simplicity always works.

V-neck Tee—Paired with jeans or under a sportcoat, this is the perfect top for a more understated sensibility.  Understated but far from boring—try this tee in a wardrobe of new colors.

Patterned Shorts—From madras-inspired plaids and patchwork to tribal patterns and more—a plethora of awesome prints will offer any guys’ wardrobe an easy and modern update.

Bright New Polo—Color counts as your favorite knits get a shot of hue happiness.  Bold red, coral, luscious green and beautiful blues add a bit of fashion optimism.

Printed Casual Shirt—These updated patterns are perfect for spring.  Checks, paisleys, optics and exotics—this shirt will certainly make any look playful.

Bold-Colored Neckwear—These are the items that will pull a spring look together and set you apart from other suits.

Coolest Summer Hat—Justin Timberlake “wannabes” take notice.  This very “of the moment” head covering is at   
your fingertips.

Boat Shoe—This preppie staple has re-emerged as the hipster shoe of choice.  Check out new materials and fresh colors.

Belk is located at 1800 Galleria Blvd # 5000 in Franklin, TN.  To call them, dial 615.771.3200.  Check out Belk online at  Images and text from Belk.

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