Bright and bold
Forget about the drabness of winter, vibrant colours are expected to be all the rage for men once again this year on the high street.
Many of the most influential designers have used a rich pallet of colours in their shows this season, with oranges, cerulean, spearmint and reds all expected to be the unexpected stars this year in male high street fashion. Expect lots of bold pairings - red tops and yellow cardigans, rust jackets on top of bright blue t-shirts - especially as the weather begins to improve.
They might have been half a year ago already, but one legacy of London 2012 is going to be on the high street.
With a renewed enthusiasm for sport and the raised profile of Britain's athletic stars, designers have tailored several items in their Spring and Summer collections to capture this market. Whether it's through sweatbands or striped track pants, expect to see of a lot of men aping the looks of Bradley Wiggins and Ryan Lochte.
Stripes - but not as you know them
Stripes have been an integral part of men's fashion for decades. And some high street stores have decided to play about with the sartorial classic this year.
Offering striped shorts, shirts, t-shirts and even shoes, expect to see plenty of stylish men incorporating at least one or two of these items into their look in 2013.
Men's jeans will continue to provide the ideal blend of smart and casual this year. Expect to see the high street continuing to push past the denim classic, tying in the trend for brighter colours with some exotically tinted jeans.
Military styles will keep marching on
They have been the fashion staple in men's wardrobes for the last few years - and it appears there will be no ceasefire in military fashion's dominance of the high street.
From camouflage shorts to olive anoraks, a well-fitting piece of military-styled clothing can definitely separate the men from the boys and will continue to do so in 2013.
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