Enjoy extra savings on designer fashion that’s perfect for alfresco get-togethers
From beachside BBQs to happy hour beers with the boys, turn up the heat on style this summer with up to 70% extra savings on designer fashion for him.
Palm print shirts, tie-dye shorts and minimalist leather sliders are his go-to style staples for eating beachside this summer. Boardriders is a perfect example! Pair it with a Levi’s short in a neutral tone or a Antony Morato denim cut-off, or double-up on pattern with a contrasting print from Harmont&Blaine. No seaside lunch would be complete without a pair of sunglasses to protect your eyes and Outly have got the mood just right with their stylish range of wayfarers. A baseball cap is another essential for eating on or near the beach, and Tommy Hilfiger’s logo version in white is a style that offers all the respite you wish for from the sun at up to 70% less for a limited time only.
Relaxed and informal, a picnic with family or friends offers a laidback way to enjoy the summer sunshine free from the airs, graces and dress codes of eating in restaurants. It’s a type of alfresco dining that’s ideally suited to dressing down (think T-shirts, polos, shorts and sneakers), perfect for playing park games and lazing around idly on the grass. Summer 2021 is all about neutral tones and understated shades of ivory, biscuit and off-white, so opt for T-shirts or polo tops in these cool, minimalist colours from the likes of Lacoste and Tommy Hilfiger. Khakis and camo prints, a staple of SS21’s modern safari trend, are another key colour to seek out this season and Antony Morato has some great options in its summer sale right now. Sneaker wise, keep things plain and simple in all-white styles, like those you’d find at Adidas – on sale now for up to 70% less.
With the sun setting as late as 10pm, summer is the perfect time of year to make the most of lighter evenings and what could be better than an alfresco drink in the sun to round off the day? Whether it’s a crisp pint of your favourite craft beer, or a cheeky summer cocktail, you’ll look the part in breathable linens from the likes of Harmont&Blaine in soft muted pastels. Opt for loose unstructured fits, to tie in with the SS21 trend for relaxed tailoring, either paired with a classic white shirt from Brooks Brothers or a simple round-neck tee (Guess can always be counted on for brilliant quality basics). Finish the look with a light coloured suede loafer from the links of Corso Roma or ditch closed toes altogether for a smart leather slider in a white or black dye, now available for an additional 70% saving at Replay.
Relaxed tailoring from the likes of Brooks Brothers, Paul&Shark and Tommy Hilfiger, coupled with tonal T-shirts in high quality cotton from Lacoste or Replay are all he needs to hold his own at the dinner table this summer. Forgo the urge to retreat to the safety of dark, sultry, colours and embrace the trend towards a clean and minimal palate of creams, off-whites and stone-grey suiting that dominated the SS21 menswear runways. Shape-wise, sidestep skinny fits and structure. Tailoring this summer is all about looser, less formal shapes that give you space to move and room to breathe. Complete the look with a suede loafer or a light-colored brogue in a distressed looking leather from the likes of Diesel’s summer sale lines, now for up to 70% off.
Bring your style A-game to brunch this summer with safari-inspired separates, relaxed athleisurewear and expressive sportswear in bright, colourful patterns for up to 70% less from the likes of Calvin Klein and Armani. Opting for the latter is a sure way to ensure all eyes are on you when you walk in. Go for coordinating shirt and short combos as per Harmont&Blaine this season or mix things up with clashing patterns in complementary colours, such as Polo Ralph Lauren’s printed tee paired with Nike’s patterned jogger. If blending in is more your style, check out Liu Jo Uomo’s range of tonal tees and chinos, or embrace the minimalist trend in utilitarian style separates in block black and white from the likes of Karl Lagerfeld.