Every single day, our style team filters through millions upon millions of style articles, clothing pieces, collection launches, brand parties, blogger fads, runway shows, fashion shoots, lookbooks and many, many more stimuli to stay on top of what’s hot in men’s fashion. In spite of all that noise, we’ll keep things simple here: just four things we’re into right now, updated each week.
Mollusk Tie-Dyed Cotton T-Shirt
The season has changed, and so should your t-shirt selection. It’s the easiest thing in your closet to rotate, and with steady wear throughout the season you can feel good about downcycling a worn-out tee at the end of the year and getting excited about a new one. Tie-dye is in this season, and this light wash is a perfect way to get the summer vibes going.
Teva Original Universal Premier Leather Sandals
You should rock socks with this pair of Universal Premier sandals. Not white socks, but a pair in a dark color or muted pattern. The pairing is quirky, cool and perfect for the warmer weather. Teva has elevated this sandal, keeping branding to a minimum and adding leather to the straps. So get yourself a pair and break from convention. Your style will benefit from it.
Malin + Goetz SPF30 Face Moisturizer
As crumundgeonly as it may sound, you need this shit more than all the other goods on our site. Sunscreen should be a year-round practice, but especially as the UV levels rise, make your motto rock solid: Apply and repeat.
Brunello Cucinelli Linen Drawstring Shorts
Linen drawstring shorts are a relaxed summer staple, and for good reason: they’re breathable, comfortable and versatile. Brunello Cucinelli makes a pair of linen shorts that occupies the upper tier of this style. The fit is loose and the color could be described as “unconcerned navy.” They may be the perfect linen drawstring short. They may also cost over $600. Wherever your priorities lie, at least you can rest assured that perfection has been attained in a summer short.
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