Spring is upon us, gentlemen, and make no mistake, men’s fashion trends this season are elegant yet rugged, sophisticated yet whimsical, and above all, stylish for work or play. Spring is about renewal, emerging from the cocoon of winter to welcome the next cycle, and these men’s fashion trends pull you out of those wintery layers and into light, arid fabrics with playful accents of colors ranging from warm earthen tans to greens that signify the season of growth. Let’s take a look at this Spring’s hottest men’s fashion.

20th-Century Safari: You Got Game

In a throwback to the early displays of 20th-century masculinity on safari, 2016 is reprising a (somewhat retrofitted) style from nearly a century ago, and would be as comfortable on Ernest Hemingway in the bush. Tans and khakis contrast with forest and olive greens, charcoals and grays, which evoke a militaristic feel despite the loose fit of this style.

20th-Century Safari: You Got Game

The trend of the male safari look is more about recapturing a classic style (the 1920s) than it is about the hunt. There is a sophisticated ruggedness to this look, one in which the wearer could be either a soldier or an artist. However you dice it, the safari look reveals your thirst for adventure and that you aren’t afraid to risk it all.

What’s Around Your Neck?

The bandana is such a versatile men’s fashion accessory. One of the latest trends popping up on the runways of London, Paris and New York is the bandana neckerchief. That’s right, a modern version of the French cravat, the bandana neckerchief is a unique and expressive alternative to your ordinary tie or bow tie. There a multiple ways to tie a bandana neckerchief, and this clever fashion hack has become a bonafide trend in men’s fashion this Spring. Men’s fashion giants like Louis Vuitton and Hermes are cashing in on some unique, colorful designs meant to add some charm to an otherwise tired ensemble.

What’s Around Your Neck?

The bandana neckerchief is just a hit on the runways, as they have caught on with various street styles across Europe and North America. Its versatility, and a looser fit that can be paired with casual or professional attire, makes the bandana neckerchief an ideal men’s fashion accessory for the working professional looking for a change around the collar.

April Showers Bring May Flowers: Floral Prints

Springtime is always about lush emerald and forest greens, earthy tans, and of course, splashes of color that erupt in the form of floral prints. Just as Spring brings a myriad of flowers to freshly thawed fields, men’s fashion this season will be all about color as various street styles reveal a global affinity for flowers

April Showers Bring May Flowers: Floral Prints

Floral prints can be tricky for some to pull off, and if you’re feeling the need to be bold, a colorful floral print makes for a nice contrast to any solid colors. The floral print is as versatile as its wearer, ranging from leisurewear to dress shirts to jackets and more. Like wildflowers in a Spring meadow, floral prints are popping up on the streets of Paris, Milan, London, New York and other places. Some styles are put together well — cobbled together from thrift-store treasures — and, of course, you have brilliant and bold floral prints coming from the likes Gucci, Prada, and more.

Street Style Inspired

Put together your Spring collection by checking out some of the best men’s street style to see the sophistication and care for the details, be it business or casual. Springtime is about enjoying the new season away from the cold of Winter, and these hot trends in men’s fashion will kick off your new wardrobe collection.