The spring 2011 menswear showings in Milan and Paris were handsome as all get-out — and that’s to say nothing of the clothes (which in some cases, were barely there). On the trends front, there were a host of split necks and slit sleeves (Alexander McQueen, Comme des Garçons), more than a few chunky-cozy knits (Gucci, Ferragamo), and oodles of Angus Young suit-and-short getups (Thom Browne, Costume National). But sans a few wild cards — Frankie Morello, we’re looking at you — it was a relatively commercial season. You could actually see your boyfriend or next-door neighbor or at least someone at Oak pulling the looks off. Click ahead to see the Cut’s top 21 picks for spring 2011, then start making a must-buy list for you and yours.