Now that the month of menswear shows is over, it's time for an overview of the pieces that will be moving into men's wardrobes in spring 2018. High-waisted pants, Hawaiian shirts, pool slides and Bermuda shorts will be key trends next year, as will sports themes, striped shirts and, if you're feeling brave, stilettos. 

Swipe through our slideshow for how to style these key menswear items for 2018:

Ultra-short shorts

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Dior show in Paris, June 2017 (Photo: Francois Guillot/AFP)

Show off them legs in a pair of ultra-short shorts, paired with a shirt, leather jacket or suit jacket.

Striped shirts 

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Kenzo show in Paris, June 2017 (Photo: Francois Guillot/AFP)

Show off your stripes—punchy colours and logos, optional—in a wildly striped shirt this season.

High heels

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Thom Browne show in Paris, June 2017 (Photo: Francois Guillot/AFP)

Who says men can't wear heels? As seen at the Thom Browne show, it's time men stepped up their shoe game, literally.

Hawaiian shirts

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Louis Vuitton show in Paris, June 2017 (Photo: Bertrand Guay/AFP)

 Hawaiian shirts and tropical prints are back, and bigger than ever. Add transparency and sheen for a luxe approach.

Bermuda shorts

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Andrea Crews show in Paris, June 2017 (Photo: Bertrand Guay/AFP)

This season's Bermuda shorts come in both wide and slim versions, but beautifully proportioned.

Relaxed footwear

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Louis Vuitton show in Paris, June 2017 (Photo: Bertrand Guay/AFP)

Socks in sandals are no longer off-limits, but only if you've got a pair of stylish sandals on.

Baggy pants

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Issey Miyake show in Paris, June 2017 (Photo: Bertrand Guay/AFP)

Baggy pants are officially back, and in a myriad of patterns and textures.

Sportswear military jackets

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Christopher Raeburn show in Paris, June 2017 (Photo: Niklas Halle'n/AFP)

 Half-military, half-sportswear, the fushion jacket is your next streetwear staple. 

Anything pink

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John Lawrence show in Paris, June 2017 (Photo: Niklas Halle'n/AFP)

 Millennial pink extends into menswear this season with head-to-toe pink a real option for suits.

Fanny packs

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Cottweiler show in London, June 2017 (Photo: Niklas Halle'n/AFP)

 Waist bags aka. fanny packs are slowly making their way back into men's closets. Matching lizard pins and body stickers? We're not so sure.

Baseball shirt

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Dolce & Gabbana show in Paris, June 2017 (Photo: Miguel Medina/AFP)

 Flashback to your uni-days in a varsity-inspired look, complete with a baseball shirt and cap.

Backpacks

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Emporio Armani show in Milan, June 2017 (Photo: Marco Bertorello/AFP)

 This season's backpacks are relaxed, casual but still chic.

High-waisted jeans

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Balenciaga show in Paris, June 2017 (Photo: Monica Feudi/Indigital.tv)

 It's time to hike 'em high in a pair of '80s inspired high-waisted jeans. 

 Trench coats

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Giorgio Armani show in Milan, June 2017 (Photo: Miguel Medina/AFP)

This season's trenchcoats are almost ankle-skimming.

Sweatpants

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Versace show in Milan, June 2017 (Photo: Miguel Medina/AFP)

 Sweatpants (and suits) are back in a big way. Bubble gum pink and textured is one way to go.

 See also: Man Of Style ft. Alan See

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