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Style: Pattern Boldness

Christina Garofalo

A fearless individualism prevails in men’s fashion for spring, particularly in the playful mix of colors and graphics. Plaid blazers pop with contrasting pocket squares. Bright dress shirts are fastened with chunky cuff links. And richly tinted shoes get a kick from whimsical socks.

Photo 1: Isaia windowpane jackets, in wool, linen, and silk (left), $2,695, and in cashmere, linen, and silk (right), $2,695, with linen pocket squares, $125 apiece (212.245.3733, www.isaia.it). Brunello Cucinelli linen windowpane blazer (center), $2,460, with linen pocket square, $130 (970.544.0600, www.brunellocucinelli.com).

Photo 2:  from top: Eton checked cotton shirt, $265 (212.758.3866, www.etonshirts.com); Tamsen Z 18-karat-gold cuff links with green tourmalines, price upon request (212.360.7840, www.tamsenz.com); Turnbull and Asser striped cotton shirt, $365, and vintage sterling-silver dice cuff links, $600 (212.752.5700, www.turnbullandasser.com); Eton striped cotton shirt, $265; Alexandra Mor cuff links in 18-karat gold, dendritic quartz, and diamond, $13,000 (888.944.2237, www.alexandramor.com).

Photos 3 and 4:  from top: Angelo Galasso loafer, $1,445 a pair (212.371.4400, www.angelogalasso.com); Salvatore Ferragamo loafer, $720 a pair (800.628.8916, www.ferragamo.com); Barker Black wingtip loafer, $825 a pair (310.358.0293, www.barkerblack.com). Lorenzo Uomo socks, $12.50 a pair (available at Nordstrom, www.nordstrom.com).

Photo by Lisa Charles Watson; Styling by Mark Washburn
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