Scandinavian brand J.Lindeberg presented menswear spring-summer 2014 collection during Stockholm Fashion Week last year. I am about to share with you its runway show review, as I really felt in love with the presented looks which include fashionable and functional silhouettes and details. You are about to see outstanding products that can be worn at formal events, as well as semi-casual occasions. The semi-casual appearance makes these looks to be modern, active and ready to wear. Models appear on the catwalk wearing tailored pieces that can be used as active lifestyle sportswear.
Here we see semi-casual fitted blazer worn with light salad shirt and pleated trousers. I personally like this outfits accessories, that include printed scarf and aviator sunglasses.
A double breasted rain trench coat is worn with pleated pants and patent black clutch.
A leather black jacket is styled with red color separates: sweater and trousers. The sunglasses and a sporty bag look outstanding.
A salmon color double breasted pantsuit is worn with white sneakers.
A tailored red raincoat looks awesome with formal attire.
A checkered sleek pale brown formal jacket worn with slim pants and purple sweater.
Purple wide collar sweatshirt is styled with the same color shorts and heavy fabric suit jacket.
Dusty black suede jacket looks perfect for an everyday wear.
That's an amazing men's summer semi-formal outfit: light tailored dark blue blazer styled with pale white shirt tucked in white trousers with thin black belt.
A long minimal men's trench coat in blue is styled with pleated white pants.
dusty light brown outfit is perfect for casual workdays.
A nylon short sleeve green shirt will complement any style.
A military green double breasted tailored outing is worn with slim fit pants.
Beige trench coat will compliment almost any look.
That's a modern and statement double-breasted blazer.
A grayish biker looks cool and masculine.
A bug print crewneck will suit your Friday's work look.
Another attire for semi-casual days.
Photographer: Kristian Löveborg