who was marco polo book fashion options are as versatile as they are cool
A blue summer suit is anything but basic in a cool cobalt colour.
Stiff blazers and wool trousers give way to soft linens, comfy chinos and even, when appropriate, shorts! Basically, the season hottest pieces for men are ones that are more than willing to work overtime during office hours and on into the weekend.
you have to wear a suit to work, a cotton one is an absolute essential, Minon says. lightweight and breathable so you won sweat in it when the temperatures and your stress levels go up. And there is nothing more airy than linen. The natural textile, which is derived from the flax plant, is a must try in hot weather thanks to its quick drying properties.
will be your best ally to beat the heat, Minon says. you can find it in everything, from formal wear like blazers and trousers, to weekend essentials like shorts and shirts.
are the most versatile pair of pants a man can own, Minon says. your work dress code permits, wear it with a polo and top it off with a sharp blazer for a polished, yet cool look.
on the foundation colours like camel, blue, white and grey to build your summer wardrobe because they go seamlessly with more trendy colours of the season like red, green, olive and orange that will make your outfit pop, Minon says.
For the man who aiming to earn a few extra high fashion marks, Minon suggests looking to Europe as per usual for solid style suggestions that will make them stand out on the streets at home.
hottest trend in Europe right now is wearing a suit with white sneakers and a T shirt, he says. casual for you? Switch out the T shirt for a crisp shirt keep the sneakers and you good to go.
The best way to explore trends such as bright colours is with add on items (think: toppers and shirts) and accessories such as sunglasses and shoes rather than staple pieces such as jackets and pants, which are often pricer.
This summer, there are a few key pieces to add to your wardrobe.
A simple white button up is always a classic (and safe) choice for men. But in an eye catching blue hue with small dot detailing, this short sleeve End SS Regular shirt by Bench provides a subtle departure from the 9 to 5 norm without being ostentatious.
Shorts are a fun way to wear linen, but be aware of where you can and can wear them. Many employers won embrace the shorts look for the office, but if you working in a more space, consider pairing these shorts from Club Monaco with a crisp, slim cut button up.
Club Monaco $89.50Sunglasses are always a fun way to show a bit of personality. And the best part? They can be quickly taken on or off to alter your look depending on the mood and locale. Get a sleek look with a timeless appeal from these Michael Kors silver frame Harper aviators. Or you could surprise your co workers (and maybe even yourself) by stepping into a chic and comfortable pair of suede Oxfords. In a bright red hue, these Caliva Oxfords from Aldo provide the perfect, no brainer pop of colour to every summer outfit.
Last but not least, beat the heat while still looking zipped up with this linen sweater. The easy to wear style will look just as stylish paired with a collared shirt and tan chinos as it will with jeans and your most lived in T.
The shirtA simple white button up is always a classic (and safe) choice for men. But in an eye catching blue hue with small dot detailing, this short sleeve End SS Regular shirt by Bench provides a subtle departure from the 9 to 5 norm without being ostentatious.