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.
Castañer Pablo Canvas Espadrilles
Your Toms are tired, Haviannas won’t protect your feet and Crocs aren’t acceptable — so this summer, get yourself a proper pair of espadrilles. This light canvas number will serve you right, with hand-sewn jute and a rubber-sole. As the summer wears on, so will your shoes, a small reflection of the places you’ve explored.
Corridor Beach Stripe Linen Shirt
Cut from linen in a relaxed fit, this striped shirt has strong ‘90s vibes. Wear it with a couple buttons undone on your next beach day or backyard barbecue and others will notice your breezy, laid-back mien. Because of this near-instant style upgrade, this may be the best summer shirt of 2017.
Anonymous Ism Tie Dye Quarter Socks
Whether you’re a fan of the Dead or just a spiritual child of the ‘70s, these socks are for you. They’re made in Japan from a cotton blend, ensuring breathability throughout the summer months. Cotton: soft, tie-dye: loud — definitely a no-brainer, for the right person.
Camoshita Cotton Sweater
Steve McQueen wore it and you can, too. Short-sleeve sweatshirts are masculine, yet they can act as a subtle, refined layering piece in a neutral hue. Camoshita offers an easy-to-wear version that looks as good under a blazer as it does with a pair of beat-up jeans.
Incotex Linen and Cotton-Blend Chinos
There’s no better celebration of Spring’s arrival than wearing white pants, and Incotex’s linen-cotton chinos are a good place to start. Their stone hue is closer to off-white, so they’re not too precious. Pair them with a linen blazer and loafers for a put-together warm-weather look.
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