Mens Summer Fashion
Mens Summer Fashion is usually broken-down into four key areas: Beachwear, Casual Wear, Chilly Summer Wear, and Dinner Wear. Beachwear deserves its own category and you can search our other posts to get more insight, so we will spare you the redundancy. In fact, a quick Google search will show that beachwear gets 70%+ of the attention leaving the other three categories will little conversation. It’s not all that surprising that when it comes to summer fashion, some men tend to fumble the other categories. With the following guidelines, you can make sure that you’re not a fumbler.
A. Casual Wear
Casual wear is likely the most familiar to people. Casual wear is quite easy as long as you stick to the following pointer. 1. Shoes are more noticeable in this environment. White shoes are preferable. And lighter shoe color is recommended rather than darker shoe color. Gray is okay as long as the ensemble matches. For example, don’t wear gray shoes with hot pink t-shirt. 2. Tops should be simple. You don’t need to go overboard with color or pattern. In fact, the simpler the top, the better. 3. When it comes to short, if you want to wear long shorts, make sure it is not baggy but tight fitting.
B. Chilly Summer Wear
In most part of the world, summer can be chilly. Having a light jacket or sweater are good options to explore. A light trench coat could be used for more chillier occasions or when wind factor is a problem. The key to pulling of this look is to make sure your pants/shorts are a SOFT distinct contrast to your top. For example, if you are wearing a light blue short that has no pattern, it would make sense to wear a top that is more noticeable (example: stripe). You would NOT wear a no pattern top with a plain no pattern short. This would look nice for casual wear on a hot summer but would look awful for a chilly summer wear.
C. Dinner Wear
Dinner wear is tricky. You don’t want to be THAT guy at the restaurant looking as if he just came from the beach with noticeable clothe. On the other hand, some people dress as if it is the fall, which is a common mistake. The key is to married both “summer” and “early fall” into the look. The easiest way to do this is to have some element of summer, i.e. light noticeable (i.e. showy) shirt or a nice accessory or even a summer light shoe. You’ll have this element while the majority of your ensemble would be “fall” looking. We hope these mens summer fashion guidelines have shed some light on this tricky matter.
Mens Summer Fashion
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