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.
Tomas Maier Riviera Drawstring Trousers
These drawstring pants are the epitome of upscale-casual. Made in Italy from midnight-blue cotton, they feature an elasticated waistband with a drawstring, a zipped fly, two side pockets and a buttoned back pocket. They’re easy and comfortable, yet they avoid any semblance of sloppiness.
Nonnative Dweller Silver Ring
You can’t go wrong with simple patterned silver jewelry. Silver develops a beautiful patina over time, and the patterns add subtle texture. This sterling silver ring from Nonnative is made in Japan from and features perforations and pinking reminiscent of certain dress shoes.
Kamakura Cutaway New York Linen Shirt
For under $100, Kamakura offers some of the best damn shirts around. They’re made in Japan and based on classic shirts from the Ivy Style heyday, complete with the era’s beefy collars and solid construction but with trim fits for modern times. This cutaway collar linen model injects a dash of Italian sprezzatura into the East Coast Ivy look, with blue stripes that evoke the crystal-clear water of the Mediterranean sea.
Andersen Andersen Stripe Lightweight Boatsman Sweater
Breton stripes are a great way to add a nautical look to an outfit, and look especially good on lightweight sweaters. This number from Andersen Andersen is on sale at Unionmade right now and is an affordable way to punch up your summer wardrobe. Bonus: It’s light enough to wear with shorts or a swimsuit and looks right at home on the water.
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