A number of fashion brands are producing matching printed sets and one-piece jumpsuits for their spring menswear collections this year. It may be a stretch, but its almost like we can say uniformity is a menswear trend for spring 2015. Brands like Alexander Wang, Roberto Cavalli, and Valentino showed paired, eye-catching, printed separates on the Menswear Spring ’15 runways. It’s a bold and fashionable statement, yet very easy to wear.

We also see a number of designers tackling the jumpsuit for spring, adding to the uniformity trend. Phillip Lim and Mr. Turk are definitely notable designers for this style for spring 2015. More often than not, these men’s jumpsuits are a solid color, with little detailing.

So, how do you wear this trend? It’s effortless to style a matching set. Head-to-toe print, especially when it is the same print, is interesting and exciting enough to wear with very little accessories. Dress a look up with oxfords and a jacket or blazer, or dress it down with sneakers and colorful belt. If weather permits, ditch the sneakers for sandals and wear a pair of sunnies for a great spring break look.

Wearing a jumpsuit this spring can be a daring look, but keeping it minimal is best. Like a matching printed set, the one-piece itself is interesting enough to wear without mounds of accessories. Keep it smart, simple and chic. Pair with a sporty loafer or a sneaker to keep it casual.

– Dalton Primeaux