If you were asked to choose one outfit that you would have to wear for the rest of your life, chances are it would be a T-shirt and jeans combination. T-shirts are an everyday essential, and even though it’s easy to get attached to your favourites, it might be time to update your T-shirt collection. With that in mind, here are the T-shirt styles you need to try this summer whether you prefer streetwear clothing or a smarter look, there are different options for everyone.
Tropical prints often receive a lot of hate due to them usually being associated with your dad’s wardrobe. This year, however, that isn’t the case. Say thanks to Louis Vuitton, who has made the print a feature in their Spring/Summer 2018 Menswear Collection. This time around, they’re well fitted rather than an oversized novelty item hidden in your wardrobe. Pair your tropical print T-shirts with neutral tones so that your look isn’t too overbearing for those in your company.
Another classic style getting a resurgence, striped T-shirts are a style that never really left. It’s surprising that not all men own a striped T-shirt despite the fact that it is a fail-safe option. Now is a good time to start building your collection, and with some great items out, you’re sure to find one to suit your style.
Mens printed T-Shirts will always have a soft spot in men’s fashion. Adorned with logos, graphics or your favourite brand, the printed T-shirt has a place in every man’s wardrobe. Popular with social media influencers and models, there are a lot of styles available and add an instant ‘cool’ factor to any outfit, whether they’re paired with a pair of jeans or shorts.
A throwback to more classic styles, check shirts have never really gone out of style. You can expect to see a lot more of these around this summer and with a wide range of check patterns available you’re sure to look dapper. With a wide range of patterns available, whether you’re into minimalist or bold styles, it’s impossible not to be able to incorporate this style into your summer wardrobe.
It’s hard to go wrong with t-shirt in the summer, the key it to know what style you going for and match it up with the right jacket, trousers or shorts. If it’s a bold print that something plain to match will help to define the look.