Summer Getup Week: Summer Standard As versatile as it is rakish. As simple as it is sharp.18 June,2015By Andrew Snavely 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. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine. Casual StyleStyleSummer GetupSummer Getup WeekThe Getup Ugly ugly Brutal Honesty Just like your mother, I’m sure. But thanks for airing your stupidity for us all. That thought could have stayed in your head. Allen Countering so-called “stupidity” with your own stupid childish insults about somebody’s mom really just makes you seem like an insecure, classless jerk. Let a troll be a troll rather than lowering yourself to their level. Butch_Zee Nice, sharp, clean, classic, safe outfit. Top off the affordable look with a few sprays of Nautica Voyage. Peter Belfry I would strongly suggest having a model so we could see what the “getups” actually look like on someone. G strongly agree! someone other than andrew though sorry andrew! a taller gent please. http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew I’ll have you know I’m quite tall. haha! jbird669 To anyone who can wear rolled-up long sleeve shirts in the summer and not sweat profusely, more power to you! I envy you. bowmanvmi Doesn’t that just make it a short-sleeved shirt? How do you get cooler from that, a tank top? Ew. jbird669 Not always sir. Depends on the material as well. Ross I have recently purchase four long sleeve shirts from J.Crew Factory and all but one are light weight and breathe very well so this shirt would probably be similar. I highly recommend J.Crew Factory shirts if you are going long sleeve in warm climates. jbird669 Thanks for the tip man! Pingback: Summer Getup Week: Summer Standard | Broadway Rental Equipment Company() Ross Big fan of the getups, especially ones like this that are stylish without trying to be. It’s effortless style. Matt M If you saw me on a given afternoon in the summer, this is pretty damn close to what I’d be in. ~classics~ I have had trouble with Timex watches. The face seems way too small for a guys wrist. I like the style though. Jeremy David I’ll have to remember to make sure things “compliment” each other. I get caught up “matching” so often. Thanks.