We’re well and truly into Summer now, and your winter go to’s are either wearing thin or just too chunky for the heat (especially this week). Trends come and go but these are the absolute must haves for the rest of summer, which will fair you well for the transition into colder months.
Move over Stan Smiths, we’ve got a new favourite; the Achilles Leather Sneakers from Common Projects. With a slimmer fit and thinner lace than their Adidas counter par, the Achilles are the perfect summer shoe. You can pick these us at Mr Porter.
It’s official, wide leg trousers aren’t going anywhere. Spotted on pretty much everyone at NYC, paris and Milan menswear fashion weeks and we couldn’t be happier. If you’re struggling to move away from your skinnies, these Wide Leg Crepe Trousers from Topman will help you ease into the shape.
Burnt Orange is your staple colour for Summer and Autumn. The best way to inject it into your wardrobe is through accessories. The British Belt, available at Boden, is the ideal Burnt Orange pop of colour, especially when peaking through a navy jacket or khaki pant. Extra points for pairing it back with burnt orange shoes.
When it’s not cold enough for a coat, but not quite t-shirt weather, suede is our best friend. It’s cool handled fabrication with a soft drape, which makes it perfect for throwing on over a t-shirt. A Suede Trucker jacket also works wonderfully over a roll-neck or zip-up for when the weather gets colder. You can get yours at Jigsaw.
No doubt you’ve seen these Rayban’s all over Instagram, and it’s about time you got yourself a pair. We can confirm we’re all going to be wearing these until season’s end, so they’re a worthy investment. Get them at Selfridges.
Boiler Suits are another Street style favourite of ours, and what better than a whole outfit in one piece. As khaki is steadily replacing denim in all of our wardrobes, this Olive green Boiler Suit from Topman, is a must have to keep you on trend for the coming months.
So there you have it, all the summer staples you need for the rest of the season and into Autumn.