Before we know it, it’ll be time to trade thick coats and heavy boots for lightweight shirts and airy sandals. As we slowly make our way toward warmer weather, it’s time to take a look at some of the biggest emerging men’s fashion trends for spring 2022 and how you can integrate them into your wardrobe today.

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Lightweight Tailoring

While hot weather makes it tempting to trade in heavy fabrics for lightweight t-shirts and baggy shorts, you don’t have to abandon tailoring altogether. Suiting is going to take a lighter approach in spring with more airy fabrics, lighter colors, and less of an emphasis on matching your pants to your jacket, for a style you can take from the office to a backyard party in a breeze.

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Think Pink

It’s time to wake up and smell the roses—and by that, we mean integrating rosy shades into your wardrobe. Pink is on the agenda for all, from shirts and sweaters to pants and even sunglasses. If pink isn’t your style, don’t worry. Other pastel tones and shades are also going to be big come spring.

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Stay in the Dark

If you’re not quite ready to rock the pink, don’t worry. Pinks and pastels are far from your only color options this spring. Deep, rich tones like burgundy, cobalt blue, and classic black are still in style and make great transition colors to take us from winter to spring. If you pair these darker shades with white and other lighter colors and accessories, you can easily make a fresh spring outfit out of your existing winter wardrobe.

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Short (and Sweet) Sleeves

It’s no surprise that warmer weather means more people are going to be wearing shorter sleeves. But it doesn’t stop there: short sleeves are on the slate for not just shirts, but sweaters and jackets. If you’re not quite ready for short-sleeved outerwear, try on the trend with a short-sleeved button-down shirt. Just make sure you don’t forget the sunscreen—a farmer’s tan isn’t in the trend forecast.