Bright and colorful men's summer pants will really show off your sartorial skill over the coming hot months.
In terms of menswear, summer social events present a great opportunity to escape your weekly work wardrobe and impress your peers with sartorial wizardry. That's when men can inject vivid colors into their outfits and stylish choices from Italian designers such as Kiton
or Rubinacci truly come to the fore.
A great way to infuse a healthy dose of color into your masculine outfit is a pair of bright trousers. Green, yellow or fuchsia... the palette is endless, so choose according to your personal taste.
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Be it a semi-formal occasion, such as a cocktail party or a humid night on an exotic beach, some good advice is to keep your look on the harmonious side, allowing the trousers to shine and then tone down the rest of your outfit accordingly.
A dark or pale blue jacket is a good point to start with and gray is also universally good as well.
Summer Pants for men - Buy the look
Below are three outfits for inspiration to master the colorful Summer Pants look.
Red is too obvious a choice for these types of ensemble. In the same ball park, you can find fuchsia, which we think has a much fresher feel for 2016.
Look 1: Kiton Red pants
We found the color of this Kiton pair just about right.
The pale, striped Belvest blazer reminds of the classic model worn by English rowing teams in the 1930's and it gives a definitely sporty approach to the whole look.
Suede double monks are right in the middle of the formal/casual equation.
They have the panache, which goes well here, while still being damn sophisticated.
Look 2: Kiton Yellow pants
Your ultimate holiday evening outfit.
Yellow is a true feel-good color, catching the mood of a relaxed evening with your chosen ones.
We kept the oufit as simple, as possible.
An open weave cotton/linen sportscoat from Kiton, a beautiful handmade button-down shirt from Bespoken and a pair suede boat shoes: coastal chic at its best!
Look 3: Rubinacci Green pants
This one is an homage to one of today's sartorial masterminds, Luca Rubinacci.