How Men Make Floral Underwear Manly And Sexy

The Underwear Expert
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March 25, 2015
6:02 a.m.

Men’s apparel designed with floral prints became a prominent style about a year. Embraced by the younger generation of guys, modern floral prints took on the attitude of modern hipsters. But not entirely, because floral prints also found there way into formalwear – most notably on ties and button-down shirts, some of which used the floral for bold cuff and collar accents. Now in Spring 2015, floral underwear is blooming across some of The Underwear Expert’s most admired brands.

The Jor Garden Brief and the Croota Garden Grove 02 Boxer are coincidentally the shoot’s darkest pairs. Jor’s design uses a black waistband and seams to contrast a floral underwear print that rocks a deep green/bold pink contrast. Croota earns style points by applying their floral look against a navy underwear body. Navy is the thinking man’s “basic” color. It’s handsome without even trying, and even better with touches of white, red, and light blue flowers.

On the lighter side of the spectrum is the Dirt Squirrel Floral Underwear Boxer Brief and Oiler & Boiler’s Nantucket Paradise Boxer. These looks do the opposite of the darkest pairs and trade black and navy for white and light blue. Rather than tone down the flowers, these color bases make them blossom. After all, flowers do need light to grow.

You can see more of this photo shoot on The Underwear Expert.

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Photo Credit: Jerrad Matthew Exclusively for The Underwear Expert.

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7 years, 2 months ago

Good lokking underwesr