While we’ve made recommendations aplenty for everything from the best lightweight chinos to the best summer sandals, sometimes it’s easier to envision how one would wear the items we suggest in the context of an entire outfit. Instead of leaving you to do the work of organizing one on your own, the style desk will do it for you. And will regularly — here on this page. It’s another way for us to introduce you to stylish clothing, accessories and shoes you should be wearing.
Taylor Stitch's The Havana references the original camp collar shirt, the guayabera, a staple amongst Cuban workers during the mid-20th century. They eventually made it stateside and have since exploded. This iteration has a spread collar that won't leave you too exposed, reinforced front pockets and corozo nut buttons.
Made from a 54-percent linen, 23-percent cotton, and 23-percent rayon blend, Onia's Traveler Pant is the ideal summer-weight trouser. They're cut like a pair of five pocket pants, but feel like something looser, and more leisurely. Plus, they come in summer-ready white.
First, let's talk about this brand for a second. Blackstock & Weber is making some of the best loafers in the world right now. They're wider, chunkier and come in an interesting and exciting array of colors and textures. Take these pebble grain tassel loafers, for example, with a double-stacked leather heel.
A part of Akila's raw collection, which produces sunglasses with signature, one-off finishing touches, the Zed style mixes new and old. It's not a drastic design, but it certainly isn't stale.
Chances are, if you live in New York, you've seen ads for Mejuri — probably on the subway or somewhere in Soho. The company makes a range of jewelry targeted toward women, and their prices are pretty approachable. Now, as of late last year, they sell men's stuff, too. This Tiger Signet Ring is a great value buy, and an even better introduction to personal adornment.