Men’s Summer Fashion Outfits

5 Best Men’s Summer Fashion Outfits Ideas

For many men, it’s much easier to dress in winter than it is in the summer. For colder weather, there are plenty of options to choose from - and if you can’t find something you like, you can always cover it up with a thick coat. 

Don’t even get us started on how convenient layering is. If you get too warm, you can simply take a layer off. In the summer, it’s not that simple. You can only take off so much! 

While rising temperatures bring about many great things - cookouts, beach trips, and time spent outdoors - it can also mean struggling with what to wear for these outings. Gone is the option of hiding a less-than-awesome outfit with a coat or wearing the same standby boots with every look. Instead, warm weather is a time for jazzing things up. 

But what if you’re not sure where to start when spicing up your summer wardrobe? Of course, you want to stay cool - but you also want to look cool. If you’re not sure how to go about building the basics of a warm weather outfit, you might not achieve either of those goals. 

That's why we’re here to help. We put together this article complete with five different summer outfit choices for men’s summer fashion, so no matter your taste, you’re sure to find something that you love. 

No matter the occasion - whether you’re headed to the beach or working for a living, we’re here to help you look good and feel good. Check out this list of the best men’s fashion looks for summer. 

  • Beaching It

  • One way you can stay cool and breezy in the summer is by sporting a linen shirt. Not only is this a super sensible style choice because of the comfort factor, it also has never lost its trendy reputation. 

    Pair this look with tailored swim shorts for the ultimate beach vibe. These shorts look great if you wear them the right way, and they give you the freedom to head right to the bar from the beach. No sense stopping home to change when you’ve got everything that you need.

    The perfect way to top off this look is by adding a pair of leather sandals. Then, your beachy ensemble is complete. 

  • Prints, Prints, Prints

  • While winter reigns supreme when it comes to cozy neutrals, summer is the place to be if you’re a fan of prints. And there’s no better place for patterns to shine than with men’s summer fashion! 

    Prints and patterns are a great way to make a statement, but it’s also easy to go overboard when it comes to this look. To remain stylish instead of busy, make sure that the rest of your vibe stays simple and collected. With a printed shirt, go with plain chino pants in an understated color like beige or green. 

    And don’t forget to cuff them for some added pizzazz! 

  • Keeping It Smart With Business Casual

  • Some may feel it’s not possible to look put together in summer thanks to the stifling heat, but that’s just not true. Business casual is always possible! 

    It’s important to invest in a good summer shoe, like a suede loafer. If you wear these with no-show socks and cropped trousers like white jeans or chinos, it’ll be the perfect look for a smart outing. 

    You could also layer a sharp jacket over a polo shirt for a layered look. 

  • Layers on Layers

  • Speaking of layers, they’re not just for the cooler months. They can work during the summer, too! You can layer a dress shirt and a t-shirt for a weekend look, especially if you go with a crisp white cotton t-shirt and a short-sleeved dress shirt. This pairs well with jeans - it gives the laid-back look of someone who’s ready to relax and look good while doing it. 

  • At the Office

  • The truth of the matter is that not all men’s summer fashion is based at the bar or the beach. Many of us will still be at the office, even during the summer - but you can still be stylish while you’re there. 

    The office can get uncomfortable during the warmer months, which is why you have to dress to prepare. You can alter your wardrobe to make sure that you’re always comfortable (and looking great) while at work. 

     For the summer, forget your tie and your belt and save the wool for when it gets cold. Instead, opt for linen and poplin, which are much more breathable fabrics. 

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    We know how tough it can be to style your summer, which is why we’re here with these great tips. All of our clothes are made with quality materials and are the perfect, versatile choice for long summer days.