These shirts make a statement, so pair them with subtle solids like navy blazers and khaki pants—or jeans and a lightweight leather jacket, for a more rugged look.
Think of it as the mash-up shirt's European cousin. The colorblock shirt has been popping up all over lately, from surf-oriented streetwear brands and runway designers to tried-and-true workwear labels. Characterized by bold color contrasts in the fabric, it's a more fashion-forward take on the standard button-down and a smart way to throw a little color into your spring gear. But that doesn't make it any harder to wear—though you may want to forgo neckwear with a shirt like this. Here's a round-up of some of the best on the market right now, in a range of prices.