Pre-season planning can help you find stylish and trendy boys clothing at a faction of the cost if you start now. You can be the envy of all the mothers in your son’s class just by focusing on one theme this spring, nautical clothing. This season’s fashion forecast for everyone has a nautical theme, with all the major designers contributing to this preppy look. Most stores have their new items out displayed for ideas and for purchase. When we think of a nautical theme, we think of the ocean, Cape Cod in the summer, and beach fun. The colors in every storefront window include Navy, Khaki, Green, Bright Yellow, and Red.
To get started, first go through your son’s closet and drawers. To save money, we should always take an inventory of what we have to avoid buying duplicates. You are going to look for solid colored vest and sweatshirts, layering jacket including military-type jackets, jeans, khakis, long-sleeved solid color t-shirts, and solid short sleeved t-shirts. This season’s nautical theme is fun, easy to layer, and interchangeable. Instead of using the term accessorizing, which boys hate, find extras which will pull the look together like hats, belts, shoes, etc. Chains and necklaces’ would also be huge to include in the look.
Now it’s time to shop. Always start by signing up for email alerts for your favorite boys clothing store. Check for specific days that your favorite store has discounts for cardholders, and then make plans to go on that day. Another great clue of how to put stylish outfits together is to look at how major department stores will have outfits displayed as collections on the website. This will give you an impressive visual of how to style your son for spring. Do not forget to look in thrift stores, consignment stores, or an older brother’s closet for key items to pull off this master piece in the making. Boys grow out of clothing so quickly; so get the best return on your investment shop wise and smart. Before long, you will have someone ask you how you did it, and just think with pre-season planning, you pulled it off.