Valet Mag recently sat down with Josh Peskowitz to discuss his personal (effortless) style, trends, and what guys should wear this spring. If you're unsure of what to wear in the next few months, read on. 

In addition to waxing poetic on how brands are separating themselves with the use of tech fabrics on classic items, Bloomingdales' style director talked about some special pieces from his favorite brands. Specifically: A raincoat from Hancock, kicks via Buttero, and a couple of unstructured blazers from some sprezzy Italian-sounding companies. Che bella.

One tip Josh hits on that we co-sign: Going tonal, as in finding a color that looks good on you and buying a shit ton of clothes in it. It's not boring—you'll find yourself becoming infinitely more creative in the way you put your outfits together, with a sudden ability to easily match outlandish pieces. It also makes packing pretty simple. That's right, Pesko just saved you the headache that is the bag check on your next flight. Thanks dawg.

Check out the full article here.

[via Valet Mag]