Tommy Hilfiger Men's Polo Shirt Top Size M,L,XL - DH Outlet
While Fashion Week's weather has been becoming increasingly blustery, Lacoste's Spring/Summer 2010 show provided a much-needed vacay for its audience, channeling the carefree, sunshine-y vibe of a summer beach day with its boardwalk-inspired runway. With one main focus in mind- simple, sporty chic- the collection managed to be straightforward and effortless while still maintaining the bright and playful energy we've grown to expect from the brand. The models donned updated versions of classic tennis-inspired pieces like mesh sneakers, polo dresses, and cuffed shorts, but also threw in some unexpected twists, like hooded rompers, tailored blazers, and chic summery dresses that added a resort-like relaxed style to the brand's usual polished, prep school flavor. Take a look at the slideshow for a glimpse at some of the looks to come this spring!Trends: Saturated colors, pleated skirts, linen shorts, denim, hooded jumpsuits Celebrity Sightings: Mischa Barton, Hayden Christensen, Peaches Geldof, Alice DellalPhoto Credit: Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week
We all know that generally speaking, men hate shopping. Although it would probably be a useful excuse to say that your addictive shopaholic nature comes from fierce bargain-hunting genes from both your parents, realistically your dad would probably rather be watching TV than trying on clothes in the dressing room. So while shopping-savvy gals like you or your mom might be insulted by seemingly obvious or "no-brainer" gifts like dress shirts or tube socks, you might be surprised to find out that when your dad says he needs practical gifts like clothes, he really means it. Forget that expensive newfangled GPS ('cause he'll never even read the directions to assemble it anyway) and think of all the time, boredom, and moaning and groaning you'll spare your dad by going out and doing his clothing shopping for him. By sticking to practical yet stylish gifts like a lightweight zip-up jacket, button-down striped shirts and sleek ties (after all, nothing says Father's Day like ties!), you'll be playing it safe in a good way by sticking to things you know Dad will actually wear and get good use out of. Check the slideshow for some easy-to-buy clothing picks that will keep your dad dressed to impress without him having to set foot in the hellish mall!