Gents, Here's How You Dress the Part for an Epic Vegas Weekend

Pick up on The Strip's style with these new looks for your Vegas trip.

As ZZ Top memorably put it "everybody's crazy about a sharp-dressed man." We couldn't agree more—and these spring fashion finds will definitely turn heads.

Treat Yourself to Textures 

Real men do wear pink—at least in the trusted hands of British shirt-maker Thomas Pink that is. He'll covet this look that pairs the Salder check shirt with a Wickham knit tie and the Cuthbert Rain Mac for overcast days.

Go textured in Thomas Pink

Go For the Eclectic

At Robert Graham, the colorful and eclectic aesthetic is key—determined to set itself apart from other men's brand's, the focus is on vibrancy and quality. Find the perfect spring looks for navigating the Strip comfortably and fashionably here. 

The Rocker-Chic Look

Designer-to-the-rock-stars John Varvatos shows you a few tricks of his trade—pairing this Austin sport coat with a vintage printed scarf and linen henley, for example. They're the perfect layers for Las Vegas.  

Get in the Swim of It

Spring and summertime is all about sunworshipping in Las Vegas, and you'll look and feel comfortable in a charming pair of swim trunks from Vilebrequin. For those with boys, you can find matching father/son options. 

Add Color To Your Step 

Make a colorful statement all the way down to your toes in our favorite men's shoes of the season. First, Jimmy Choo's Alaric crinkled suede shoe in jean blue is a stylishly-modern lace-up style; it's what Elvis would wear today! Second, the Porsche of men's running shoes, the Bounce S4 from Porsche Design, the lightweight suspension system makes your ride more smooth than ever before. The notice-me style comes in red and black.   And last but not least, the casual and sporty style of Mephisto upps your coolness factor. The shoes are so comfortable, you'll want to wear them everywhere.  

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Jennifer McKee
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Jennifer is the Managing Editor of Morris Visitor Publications, where she has worked since 2005. She grew up in small...