Summer Style

When temperatures rise, most guys think they have less options to work with. We think it's the opposite. Not only can you slot in shorts, t-shirts, and polos, but cool-weather favorites, like sweaters and blazers, are still in play. You just have to tweak them for the heat.

Built For the Heat

Polo Shirt

- Slimmer sleeves broaden the shoulders - Never tuck, unless you're golfing - Never, ever pop the collar

Swim Trunks

- Easily double as shorts - Bonus points for bold patterns


- An elevated take on the t-shirt, henleys ooze summer and are built to show off a guy's physique


- No more than five pockets - Always above the knee, never above mid-thigh - Not too tight, not too loose


- Wear loafers, boat shoes, and slip-ons with pretty much anything and just about anywhere (use your judgement, gentleman). Only wear sandals when you can see water.

Tweaked for the Heat


Prefer pants to shorts? There are plenty of lightweight options that will keep you comfortable without exposing those pasty winter legs.


Enjoy wearing sweaters? Go ahead and wear one in the summer, just make sure it’s made from a breathable fabric, like linen.

Sport Coats

Like wearing sport coats? Try one made from cotton, linen, silk, or any blend thereof. You’ll look and feel cool all summer.

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