Say yes to blazers, but from a new point of view
The blazer has become a well-known partner for suit trousers and, for a more casual look, a pair of jeans. But if you step out of this comfort zone you’ll find a new and original way to wear your jacket that’s suitable for spring: with shorts. This outfit, which requires smart, tailored shorts with no pockets, combines the masculine and the feminine perfectly. If you’re not convinced by this idea, try pairing your blazer with trousers in the same colour instead. Even better if you can find a matching set in bright colours, such as red, mint, yellow or lavender. The way to wear a blazer has been revamped.
If your eyes shine at the thought of the film Moonrise Kingdom and summer camp memories, you’re definitely still a young explorer at heart. Neutral colours and khaki shirts will be your wardrobe staples and you can add all the boy scout accessories you can think of: patches, badges, a scarf around the neck, a cap or a hat, a backpack and, if possible, knee-high socks and walking boots.
If you yearn for adventures in nature why not become an urban boy scout during the week? It might not be the same as your childhood summer camp, but it will help prepare you for your next trip to the mountains. This year, days out in nature are an important trend – just take a look at the spring trends in the Village.
I love you, white
Everybody knows a white shirt is a wardrobe essential that can work in any situation. To update the classic look, think outside the box. Add a patch or interesting accessories to reinvent the basic shirt. You could even wear one made from canvas, for an artistic spin. Wake up your most creative side!
This basic can easily be transformed in to an on-trend piece that can be worn with any trousers and accessories.
Now you have your outfit inspiration, La Roca Village will provide the rest. Visit to discover more than 130 boutiques from leading fashion brands, such as Calvin Klein, Hackett, Boss Hugo Boss, Timberland and more, with reductions of up to 60% on the recommended retail price.