Be Hue This Summer with Marks & Spencer Collection 2013

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Men can definitely wear color with confidence this Summer by stocking up on this season’s essentials from Blue Harbour, North Coast, and Autograph. With an update on the traditional red, blue and white, Blue Harbour is the go-to brand for pieces that embody that sporty and classic British look. Nautical and tonal stripes, two-colored ginghams and checks are key designs aptly reflected in shirts, polos, and rugbys, while bold color choices of deep reds, graphic whites, and bright blues are brought out in a wide range of tapered chinos. These sporty and timeless casualwear staples are translated into this Holiday’s must-haves, which celebrate Spring & Summer. Swim shorts, lightweight jerseys and design tees boast bright color combinations of geranium, aqua, pink fizz, dark jade and hyacinth, and are highlighted with shades of gold, buttercup and peach. With the perfect pair of boat shoes and sunglasses, that effortlessly stylish summer look is complete.

For that casual and laidback feel, North Coast draws inspiration from classic America and embodies an easygoing California Beach lifestyle. Definitive of the vintage feel, garments from this sub-brand boast retro prints, lighter color palettes, and softer fabrics, The first of three collections takes you to Santa Monica, with clothing pieces predominantly colored by fatigued greens and enhanced with military detailing. Moving closer to the colors of the ocean, the next stop is Venice Beach, where faded brights, powder blues, and  washed aquas keep things cool in the summer heat. The day ends on Laguna Beach, as the warmth of the sunset takes over and hues of sun-kissed reds and light indigos complete the experience of a relaxing day out and about.

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