Summer 2022 Looks
Summertime is here and the sun has got his hat on. Whether you’re welcoming a blast of foreign heat as you step off your flight somewhere faraway, teeing off at the golf course or simply hanging out at your local watering hole making the most of the sun at home; knowing how to dress well in the hot weather can be a tricky skill for a man to master.
Inspired by the mid-20th century period in American history; from the Oxford button-down shirt to the hand-stitched loafer, the soft shoulder three-button jacket to the perennial military repp tie: dressing in Ivy style was not new to marginalised parts of society. In places like Washington, Chicago, New Jersey and Harlem after the Second World War, many professionals of colour wore the Ivy look of the day.
In case you you have forgotten allow us to kindly remind you, you will find no baffling new summer trends to follow; just a clever selection of curated well-made clothing that you will find nowhere else.
Pictured: Battenwear Packable Tote and Field Cap, orSlow Camo Shorts and Malibu Sandals Thunderbird Mules
Pictured: Reference Library 'Getty' Sunglasses, Beams Plus Crew Sweat, Nep Stripe Pocket Tee, 2 Pleat Twill Trouser and Malibu Sandals Zuma Classics
Pictured: Beams Plus Block Print Shirt, orSlow Chambray Shirt and Reference Library 'Eddie' and 'Serge' Sunglasses.
Pictured: Reference Library 'Michael' Sunglasses, Beams Plus Sweat T-Shirt, orSlow Camo Bag, Selvedge Denim and Malibu Zuma Classics
Pictured: orSlow Tropical Jacket, Universal Works Military Trousers and London Jacket with Beams Plus Shantung Tie.
Pictured: Reference Library 'Getty' Sunglasses, Universal Works London Jacket and Military Trousers, Beams Plus Oxford Shirt and Ivy Tie with Sebago Classic Dan Loafers.