All catwalk seasons brings trends to u, so today we share what catwalk brings to men for de next spring to men, printed silk. Silk is one of the oldest fabrics in the world, having been spun for hundreds of years presented in a range of vivid prints. And now is carried to men fashion, used silk for flowing shirtings and something more.
Silk is a fabric that is cool, comfortable and with beautiful fluidity, silk makes for elegant and sophisticated looks. Silk has a sensual feel that designers ramped up by pairing with (also on-trend) butter-soft leathers. Be brave with an attention-seeking print – this is no time for being a wallflower!
How to use it
Many synthetic alternatives exist, particularly because neckties are not exposed to the kinds of stresses that make synthetic materials poor choices for other garments: a tie is not subject to regular hard use, it does not need to breathe well or flex with your body, and it will never be a serious factor in whether you stay warm or cool.
Silk remains popular because of its unparalleled visual luster and its durability. Silk threads bind extremely well and have a tendency to draw tighter over time, meaning that silk ties are not prone to unraveling or shrinking.
The lightweight and breathability of the fabric also make it a more comfortable option than woolen or synthetic ties or in this case printed silk shirts and allows for a tighter, neater knot that still does not pinch or constrict the wearer’s neck.