Long lazy days at the beach, picnics in the park, festival fun or even if you’re lucky enough to be jetting off on your summer holidays we’ve put together some sizzling summer essentials.
Here’s a selection of the hottest summer essentials Steve & Co. suggests:
- a good book
- a cool watch, shop natostrap here
- a small wallet (shop here)
- a pocket-square (shop here)
- a retro shaving set (shop here)
- a colored pin (shop here)
We’ve picked out some Spring Essentials for you.
First of all choose pastel colors: socks, belt, pocket squares, scarves, jacket brooch in light blue, green or beige.
And what about prints? This spring mix and match different prints in light colors, bold ties and pocket squares with stripes or checkered prints.
Add a fresh touch of fresh lime mixed with the aromas of the sea breeze and the forest hues of wood and musk, it’s easy with Taylor Victorian Lime After Shave.
Shop pocket squares
Shop suede belt
Shop Victoriam Lime After Shave
There is a color that will be very welcomed into our wardrobes this summer and his name is Yellow!
One of the good things about this color is that it can work with anything from nudes to black or white!
You definitely need to find some juicy fabulous pieces…
Steve & Co. suggests some cool pieces in the hottest color:
- shop yellow bow tie
- shop yellow natostrap
- shop yellow pocket square
- shop yellow silk knot brooch
- shop yellow braces
With both the spring/summer and autumn/winter collections featuring a more vibrant palette, 2011 was definitely the year that menswear began to really accept colour.
2012 is shaping up to be the year where we continue to move from the monotony of the monochrome and cement colour as an integral part of the male wardrobe.
Most of SS12 men’s collections really exhibit blue as a versatile colour, which appeals to everyone.
And we have to admit that the navy suit is the perfect anchor when it comes to a ‘monoblue’ ensemble.
The darker suit allows you to go lighter with your shirt and tie. The accepted rule is to go for a tie that is darker than your shirt but lighter than your suit for maximum effect.
Similarly with socks and pocket squares opt for a lighter shade than the navy backdrop.
- shop knitted blue tie
- shop blue socks
- shop blue belt
- shop light blue handkerchief
- shop blue pins