Spend The Getup: Warm Days, Cool Evenings 22 March,2012 By Andrew Snavely It’s getting nicer out, stay cool during the day in shorts, but warm enough as the evening chill rolls in. Andrew Snavely Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page. Spring StyleStyleThe Getup Related posts The Getup: Warm on the Way to Work 100 Days of Fitness: Week 19 – 15 Minute Workouts & A Cool Workout iPhone App + Contest The Getup: Cool & Dry in Spring Wilson Hmm. Are the Walmart Oxford shirts actually any good? The reviews on Walmart.com are mostly positive, but I’m not sure how accurate they are. http://www.primermagazine.com Andrew Wilson, I’m hoping to pick one up this weekend. I picked up a flannel shirt for $10 there and it was a fine fit and quality. If I had to bet, I would think its probably a “classic” fit. James I would question about products in general from Walmart being any good. Yeah the price is cheap, but how long will the products last? Matt American Crew does good work, but is NOT $11.50. I think I paid almost $20 at Rite Aid for it. Chris I picked up two George brand long sleeves a couple weeks ago for $14 each. They fit great, Walmart is really starting to come around with their clothing. Our local walmart has a business casual section with button ups and slacks. http://www.walmart.com/ip/George-Men-s-Long-Sleeve-Fashion-Yarn-Dye-Dress-Shirt-REGS/19227203 Alexander W. They aren’t easy to find online, but their George line has slim fit shirts. I haven’t actually tried them though. Mike I keep clicking on the nice d ring belt n keeps sending me to the foam hair product… http://www.primermagazine.com Andrew Mike, Keep clicking on it, it’ll take you there eventually. Just kidding, I fixed the link. Sorry about that! Matt, These Getups are interactive, so if you click on the American Crew it will take you to a place that it’s only $11.50. Don’t buy name brand hair products at a drug store, you’ll pay way more for them. Mike I keep clicking on the d-ring belt and ur sends me to the Jcrew hair product. This getup looks nice and simple I’m out to get me some boat shoes! Adam Wal-Mart huh….never really thought about getting clothes there. I’ll have to check it out John Gingham shorts? Not my thing. Maybe a nice Brit Khaki or gray. Also navy and navy is too match-y. Walmart does have some nice simple things like shirts and cotton pullovers that are inexpensive and you can feel okay about beating to death. I have a navy, gingham, button-down collar SHIRT (not shorts) that I got there for $5 on clearance. I changed the buttons from tortise to pearloid, but that’s just me. Still didn’t cost more that $7 and I wear the hell out of it ’cause it’s really soft. When it cools down, I wear a wheat colored 1/4 zip sweatshirt with tennis tails that I got for $9 on clearance over it. Ethan Love seeing a Get-Up with shorts! Thanks Andrew! Mike Could you do an article like this for places that get as hot as the surface of the sun like Phoenix? It’s going to be 92 degrees here this weekend and I (and probably most other folks) would be sweating profusely in this outfit. Tips for places that get this hot would be greatly appreciated. http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Hey Mike, Just ditch the sweater, and swap the white oxford for a white polo. Bim bam boom!