Summerwear For Men - Cool Off With Trendy Fashion
Summers means wearing bright clothes, that radiate the theme of summer but also help you cool down. We help you stay in style with a handy guide of summer fashion for men.
We think 'A picture speaks a thousand words'. So in this guide to summer wear, we are going to showcase ensembles that you should be wearing. Summers in India are hot and the kind of clothes we wear have to be to beat the heat. But summers are not just about day time. When the nights are give us some reprieve from the hot sun, there can be a change in what you wear. There are few golden rules for summerwear -
1. Light - This means wearing fabrics that allow your body to breathe (linen/cotton)
2. Colours - You can go edgy with the choice of colours. But we would suggest more understated dressing in the form of pastel shades.
3. Comfort - Summers can be muggy. So the clothes and accessories need to be comfortable. This means avoid tight fitting shirts and tshirts.
Here are a few looks you can try:
1. Casual brunch/Movie
You can opt for a mint green linen shirt and pair it white white or beige chinos for that relaxed look. Super comfortable and super stylish. You finish off the look with a pair of slippers or gray loafers.
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2. Classic Style
Get those shorts out! But make sure the shorts end just around the knee. Team it up with a polo tshirt or a white tshirt and you are good to go.
Avoid wearing checked shorts. They are passe. But if you still have to, wear shorts with smaller checks.
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3. Fancy Dinner
If you are thinking of wearing a suit for an important occasion, make sure the fabric is in cotton. Lose the tie and if the occasion seems like it, let your shirt out. Wear a suit in either beige or light gray colour with a white shirt underneath.
House parties or clubbing, this is a uber chic look. Wear your favourite comfortable tshirt (preferably in solid colours). Add a beige jacket over it and roll up the sleeves. You can team it up with greyish green chinos (or dark blue). Finish off the look with casual sneakers
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