All hail the king of the summer suits. Linen was made for the heat — the textured fabric breathes, and while some may deride how easily it wrinkles, we say it actually looks better a little rumpled and lived in. Pair it with a printed shirt and colourful accessories and you’ll be all set to stun at your next weekend get-together.
This suit has an unlined jacket to make it even more lightweight and breathable, while both the jacket and trousers have been garment dyed and distressed to give the colour a faded look while bringing out the natural texture of the linen.
It’s summer and it’s the weekend, so have some fun with your shirt. The watercolour-like floral is abstract enough to still be interesting, while the colours are a nice blend of muted and bright, adding a vibrant hit under the stone suit.
The sun won’t quit, and we’re not complaining, but better to be safe than sorry and protect your head when you’re spending time outside. Goorin Bros knows exactly how to blend classic with modern, and this handmade fedora is the perfect example.
While you don’t always need to match your pocket square to your shirt or tie, we couldn’t resist this handkerchief and how it pulls out the soft red and navy of the button down. The texture of the chambray material is a nice compliment to the linen suit as well.
Like to carry cash on you? Ditch the wallet and keep your bills together with a money clip instead. A fun engraved pattern keeps this from being another run-of-the-mill accessory.
Since this isn’t a look you’ll be wearing to the office, you have some more flexibility when it comes to picking a pair of shoes. Blue suede loafers are a classic that provides a dash of colour without being too flashy.