Guys, don’t sweat that it’s almost June. Summer is all about enjoying those long, sun-filled days in easy, comfortable, but definitely not boring weekend attire. Of course, if you need a little help, we’ve got you covered. Scroll through for some off-duty looks and styling tips that will have you looking (and feeling) cool all weekend long!
Basic Upgrade If your weekend uniform is built around your favorite basics (plain tee, jeans and sneakers) step out in an outfit that’s relaxed, but on point, looking like you put some effort into it.
Plain Tee: Whether crew or v-neck find the t-shirt that’s on the softer side and cut for your body.
Cotton Jogger: Pink is the new black! It’s the time of the year to let go of darker colors and embrace those warm-weather neutrals. Rock this season’s statement color, dusty rose, in a subtle yet edgy moto jogger. If pink isn’t working for you, switch it up with a sky blue or cabbage green.
Lightweight Layer: Layering for summer might be an easy way to hide sweat, but choosing the right topper is key. Most of the time you’re not going to need a jacket, so go with a short-sleeve button-up in a lighter fabric like Chambray.
Canvas Kicks: Freshen up your shoe game with a pair of two-tone canvas boat shoes—the fabric is light enough to let your feet breathe and help keep you cool in the heat.
Suave Situation Linen is to summer as flannel is to winter. The thin, breezy material is effortless. Plus, it absorbs moisture and dries quickly. Whether you’re having a casual afternoon or making your way to a beach wedding, humid days are begging for you to wear a linen shirt, pants or both!
Matching Linen: Head-to-toe linen is definitely a statement and neutral tones dominate this look for summer. Try wearing a cream or ivory button-up with a matching cuffed hem pant. Hit up the classic look with a pointed collar and shoulder epaulettes.
Simple Bling: Add some chunky gold jewelry and a sleek watch to elevate the look. Don’t forget to show off your gold chain necklace by leaving the top two or three buttons unbuttoned. Bonus breeze!
Sun Hat: Pull the whole look together with a straw fedora or Panama hat. Not only will you look boss, the wide brim will provide shade while the woven design allows for more efficient air flow.