Menswear trends for spring

Lots of our male Javelin customers have been asking us what’s ‘in’ this spring, and what can I buy to update my look?

So we thought it was time to unravel this season’s key menswear trends, and show off some of the new things we’ve got in store, and online right now.


Layering is a great way to get on trend (and see our recent blog to hear how our creative guru Stephane works his own wardrobe!). Choose a new item or two,  stick with one group of toning colours, and you’re away.

Playing with layers is also the best way we know to fend off the unpredictable British weather, which seems to be teasing us with bright warm sunshine one day, then gusty showers the next.

Gant The Light Down gilet £175 

Hugo Boss Locky shirt £119

Relaxed suiting

Will we ever go back to formal tailoring in the office? Probably not, but that doesn’t mean the suit is dead. Certainly not. It just means it’s getting a new image for 2022, to suit the way we’re living and working now. 

Inject some colour, and don’t be afraid to dress down with casual footwear, and a T rather than a formal shirt.

Selected Mylobill jacket £125 

Selected Slim Mylogan jacket £90 

Chelsea boots

Ankle boots in tan, leather or suede; classic pull on Chelseas as well as lace up variations, are a great accessory for when you want to bring some casual cool to a more formal outfit. And they’re equally on trend when teamed with jeans and layers (see above!), giving an instant lift when you want a break from trainers.


Loake Chatsworth suede chelsea boot £240

Shoe The Bear Linea chelsea boot £135

Loake Bedale Boots £280 


Bringing the colour is THE way to tell your wardrobe that spring has sprung. Pastels are everywhere this season, but also look out for bright ‘tutti-frutti’ hues if you’re feeling brave and bold.

Use colour as an accent, perhaps in a scarf or socks, or make a statement with a shirt or zingy sweat.

Colorful Standard Classic Organic sweatshirt £50

Gant Regular Oxford shirt £89 

Ralph Lauren Tartan Poplin shirt £119

Edwin Japanese Sun t-shirt £36

Luxurious, tactile knits

Merino, lambswool, textured yarn mixes…there is plenty of choice when it comes to knitwear with class this season. Wear for a smarter look if your sweatshirts and hoodies all feel too relaxed. Or as part of a layered effect, when you want to combine warmth with style.

Hugo Boss Kanovano knit £99

Ralph Lauren Quarter Zip £155