Summer Getup Week: Simple & CleanSummer style doesn't need to be colorful or flashy.14 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 StyleFall StyleSpring StyleSummer Getup WeekSummer StyleThe Getup Previous articleIt’s Friday … Have a Drink: Monkey Gland Next articleSummer Getup Week: T-shirt & Shorts Kind of DayPingback: Summer Getup Week: Simple & Clean | Broadway Rental Equipment Company() Ross I like this but I was wondering if anyone would know where to get a lightweight Jersey polo to replace the thicker pique. I sweat too much in the summer with pique polos and am trying to make the switch to jersey or lighter material polos. Matthew Lane Uniqulo makes a great dri polo. There is also a new line of dry button down collar polos at target you can get on the cheap. Ross I’m not a big fan of the white adidas sneakers here. to me they seem a little to blocky and standout with the white coloring. I was wondering if a nice brown boat shoe or loafer would look better or even a tan canvas sneaker? Any thoughts? Hunter Evans i think that would look way better DG The Stan smith shoes were so uncomfortable I sold mine on eBay Manny I like the style and idea of keeping it simple and clean, but I’m not a fan of polo shirts. Do you have any suggestions for any alternatives that can still pull off the style? http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Can’t go wrong with a Henley! Remi Glangeaud What’s the exact color of the pants? http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew I believe it’s “Dockers Navy” umut I like it! But I think it would be better if the polo was white, not gray. Also shorts instead of pants work too. Justin F. Hersey I looked up the color Dockers navy and it doesn’t look anywhere like these. I can’t find this exact color anywhere on the web.