Casual summer outfit ideas | men’s summer 2020 You’re presumably familiar with Stitch Fix as of now however on the off chance that not Stitch Fix is a personalized styling service where you go to their website, sign up, and experience a ton of style-related questions all together for your stylist to get the most complete image of what your preferences are, what you like, what you don’t care for, and furthermore how open you are to sort of stepping outside your usual range of familiarity.
At the point when I signed up, I have to say I was extraordinarily impressed with the thoroughness of all the questions. It does take a little while to experience this process. Basic things like height, weight, fit preferences, style preferences, colors you like and don’t care for, same thing with patterns, and at that point, similar to I said, one of the most significant things, are you ready to check out something outside your customary range of familiarity.
Presently once you experience the entirety of that, your stylist picks five items and they are sent to you. My first fix came with these Toms sneakers, a couple of lightweight twill pants in olive from DL1961, a white short-sleeved slub polo by Theory, also by Theory, a long-sleeve in naval force blue material shirt, and afterward this sort of interesting twill button-up by Descendant of Thieves.
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Our first look here is very much inspired by nautical and riviera-type vibes where combining style and solace is extremely significant. I say this constantly yet the absolute best approach to do this is to wear fabrics that are appropriate for the season. For summer, and this look specifically, we’re discussing cloth and cotton. My coat here, one of my favorite summer jackets, it’s by Suit supply, fabric is a silk cloth by E. Thomas with just an absolutely stunning surface. Underneath, we’ve got the Theory material shirt.
A cloth shirt should fit a little loosely. It shouldn’t be loose however you don’t need it to be structure fitting. I think in addition to the fact that it feels great, however, it also helps venture that increasingly casual and easygoing vibe. For a Riviera-inspired seem as though this, you must have some white pants. Mine is from our upcoming collection with Michael Andrews.
You may see that I’ve done waistbands here instead of my usual side tabs. With progressively casual trousers like this, I do incline toward waistbands. Speaking of the belt, also from the HSS Michael Andrews assortment. Different accessories: sunglasses are the Oliver Peoples Banks, pocket square by Drake’s, watch is the Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle, and finished off with the Allen Edmonds Grand Cayman loafers. Here’s a look that I would place in not just the sharp casual category, but what I like to ring the developed casual class.
There’s absolutely nothing wrong with casual staples like jeans, T-shirts, polos, sweaters, sweatshirts, and sneakers. They all have their place but if you’re hoping to hoist that kind of outfit somewhat, that is the point at which you must start thinking a tad diversely in terms of fabrics and styling. We should start off with what I would call the saint bit of this outfit and that is this flash up sweater. It’s from our collection with Michael Andrews and it’s produced using a very soft Pima cotton. Gives it that casual feel literally and metaphorically and a degree of sophistication that you wouldn’t discover with a thicker texture. Underneath we have a theory polo, also in cotton.
Truly love the little bit of even surface that it has. Trousers are HSS Michael Andrews in a cream, sort of stone hued cotton. I did a two-inch sleeve here because of the crease. Once more, sort of an element that elevates it as a progressively casual piece. Watch is the IWC Ingenieur and afterward moored by the Toms sneakers. Another sort of super classic combo here, indeed working exclusively with seasonal fabrics. My coat, you guessed it, HSS Michael Andrews, is in a wonderful Holland& Sherry Fresco texture.
I put it in the same classification as cloth in terms of breath ability, and the coat is unlined to expand that breeziness significantly more. Underneath, once more, I’ve got the Theory polo shirt. Presently a polo shirt under a blazer is a casual move and I like the general progressively loose and sort of laid back feel. One reason for that is that the neckline doesn’t have a huge amount of structure and as a result, you sort of should be somewhat aware of keeping the neckline looking flawless. Nave cotton pants are HSS Michael Andrews, as is the belt. Presently I love completing some of my summer looks with a Panama cap. The one I’m wearing is by Homero Ortega.
On my wrist, I have the Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle. Shoes are my earthy colored suede Belgian Shoes Mr. Casuals. Next up is somewhat of an interesting interpretation of summer monochromatic. That is to say, it isn’t so interesting yet it sort of is to me because normally when I monochromatic in the summer, I lean more towards browns and especially lighter browns.
I kinda burrow the naval force however and for me, it seems slightly unexpected for the summer. Update that monochromatic looks are a simple method to offer a major expression. Pieces here you mostly are seen as of now. Got the Theory cloth shirt, which I rolled up the sleeves slightly. HSS Michael Andrews naval force cotton pants, combined with a braided leather belt by J.Crew.
Got the Homero Ortega Panama cap up top once more. A couple of accessories to really sort of turn up the badass notch of this outfit. Vintage USS frames with blue lenses sort of got that Hollywood vibe to them. At that point on my wrist, the Datograph. Meshed calfskin tassel loafers. One of my most loved pairs for the summer is by Allen Edmonds The Palm. Last look here is certainly more on the casual side of things and furthermore not for each summer night yet for a cold summer night. It does get chilly sometimes in the summer. So we should break this outfit down starting with the coat. It’s by Valstar.
It’s an exceptionally supple and lightweight calfskin so it works perfectly in the sort of scenario I’m envisioning this outfit in. I’m consistently impressed by this brand and the manner in which they’ve had the option to take such a simple coat design and totally transform it again and again just by using various materials. Each coat truly does have its own remarkable character. Underneath, just my classic heather dark Levi’s athletic sweatshirt. The pants are by DL1961. They were a piece of my fix from Stitch Fix.
They’re in an olive twill. Shading is various than would regularly wear however I let my stylist know that I was ready to step just a smidgen outside of my usual range of familiarity. I don olive up top, similar to I have a few jackets this shading, yet pants aren’t anythingI’d consider, personally. I really like it. Something somewhat extraordinary for me. Still classic and I think it matches truly well with the earthy colored of the jacket and the dark of the sweatshirt.
I realize I said this was a casual night look so you’re most likely wondering why I’m wearing sunglasses, my John Varvatos, coincidentally. Everything I can say is that when you’re cool, the sun shines on you 24 hours per day. Here’s the place you chuckle. Watch is my Omega Seamaster and afterward finished off with my white Common Projects Original Achilles sneakers.
So you may have noticed that I didn’t style the Descendant of Thieves shirt. So I left myself open to things that were possibly a little outside of my usual range of familiarity, yet that specific piece just didn’t feel right to me so that is the reason you didn’t see it. With Stitch Fix, in any case, when you have a situation like that, you just let your stylist know and they update your profile to truly dial in your preferences significantly more. In case you’re interested in attempting Stitch Fix, update that with the connection down beneath they will wave the charge for your first fix. Leave a comment and let me know which outfit you like best.