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  • How To Give Your Wardrobe a Summer Makeover
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    Monica Juno

How To Give Your Wardrobe a Summer Makeover

How To Give Your Wardrobe a Summer Makeover

When it comes to fashion, summer is the one season of the year that many men tend to ignore. Once the warm weather arrives, there’s a natural inclination to rely on wardrobe staples like t-shirts and jeans. But here’s the thing – men’s summer looks are continually changing, becoming more stylish and sophisticated every year. T-shirts and jeans that you wore just a few years ago now look out-of-date.


For example, let’s take the humble T-shirt. If you’re like most men, it’s probably your favorite go-to item. But there are plenty of new fashion options that can really help you to elevate your fashion game. Simply changing the cut of your T-shirt can make a huge difference.

 Vitaly Fish Cut Shirt

One T-shirt that we think is worthy of men fashion tips comes from Vitaly Clothing, a Canadian menswear company based in Toronto, Ontario. They have created an A-Cut Tee that has what can best be described as a wide collar and an asymmetrical swoop bottom. It’s designed to be worn outside of your pants or shorts, not tucked in. Moreover, this A-Cut Tee has slightly longer sleeves than traditional T-shirts, making them perfect for rolling up. This A-Cut Tee has a little extra detailing on the collar and sleeves, making it a perfect layering choice for a jacket of any kind.

Fishtail Sleeveless tee in acid black

If you’re looking to mix it up a bit at the park, lake or beach, then Vitaly Clothing also has the Fishtail Sleeveless tee in acid black. In many ways, this is the perfect summer shirt and can be paired with shorts and sunglasses. It’s cut wider than regular tanks, giving it a different style and feel, while keeping you cooler. Moreover, if you order one size larger than you regularly wear, it creates a very long stylish look.


Another part of your summer wardrobe that you can give a makeover is your favorite pair of jeans. Jeans are the cornerstone of men’s dressing style, so every season the best fashion designers find a way to raise their game a notch. Case in point – the new Psycho Destroyed Denim and Racer Wash Stripe Denim jeans from Canadian brand Kollar Clothing. These jeans take distressed denim to a whole new level. These jeans include some really fashion-forward features – like an ankle zip closure and a lace belt loop. If you want to look like a rock star or celebrity, these distressed jeans from Kollar Clothing are an obvious choice.

Colourful Summer Bow Tie



And what if you are invited to an event that requires a stylish men’s outfit? That’s when you’ll want to consider adding some premium neckwear as the perfect accent piece to your wardrobe. Mule Ties has a whole range of premium ties that can be paired with any occasion. Fourth of July summer barbecue party? No problem – Mule Ties has the American Flag skinny necktie. Big corporate bash? Look dressed up – but not too dressed up – with a Blue Ash knitted tie or Dandelion squared-bottom knitted necktie. Knit ties are the way to go if you are want that extra level of style beyond business casual. And there are also of premium, artisanal ties and bowties if you need something formal for a summer wedding.


As you can see, upgrading your summer wardrobe doesn’t mean tossing out what you already own and starting from scratch. T-shirts are still part of fashion today – but think about a different cut or look for that extra boost of style. And the same goes for summer jeans – a distressed look with a lace belt can really change your overall fashion profile. Stylish men’s outfits today are about making subtle design choices that accentuate your own personal sense of style.


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    Monica Juno

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