Summer fashion 'much the same' for men
13 August 2009 08:13
The summer fashion trends for men have not changed much over the past few years, it has been claimed, which means that British men jetting off abroad could still look fashionable without buying any new clothes.
Celebrity fashion stylist Neil Rodgers said that the in look for men during the summer has not changed very much at all, but noted that shorts were now a little shorter than in previous years.
To stay on-trend on their holiday, men may want to wear an above-the-knee pair as opposed to a pair "halfway down the shin".
His comments follow research from the Post Office Travel Insurance, which found that, on average, men take suitcases filled with £1,000's worth of items when they take a break.
Those who jet off with expensive items could find that holiday insurance to give them piece of mind is a worthwhile investment on top of any new items they may purchase before jetting off.