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Men's Fashion for Spring/Summer 2003

The business of men's fashion for spring/summer 2003 goes back to its roots of simple, smart, salable clothing. In today's world of casual lifestyle dressing, men want to wear clothes that are comfortable and unrestricted. They also want colors that complement their weekday to weekend wardrobes.

There is a refined movement today that is all about utility, functionality and understandable shapes in sophisticated colors.

There were several directions in color that covered the bases for menswear from career clothing to surfing.

With the economic climate still an uncertainty, customers will be looking for the things they don't already own. Download full article.


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