With great style, there are times to spend and times to save. When to do which is highly dependent on your personal situation, for the most part. That's why our High Low series aims to show you it's possible to dress well whether you're on a budget or ready to invest in higher quality options.
Fine Knit Polo
Men don't have a lot of options when it comes to shirt styles, unfortunately. And one of them has been taken over by corporate uniforms and out-of-date Dads: The polo. To look more like Ryan Gosling than Jack Nicklaus, reach for a fine knit option instead of the classic piqué. There's a reason it's one of our summer essentials.
Nautical-Inspired Striped T-shirt
A striped t-shirt calls for sand and water. Add some visual interest to otherwise plain outfits.
French Terry Shorts
Summers have always been about comfort, and as adults, that will probably never be more true than this summer. These textured neutral-toned shorts are soft and comfortable and look a million times better than those decaying Nike basketball shorts from 10th grade.
What do you get when a dress shirt and a polo have a summer love-child? The popover.
Just like the popover, the deck short is a chino short-elastic short hybrid. The result? Sort of a dressy looking swim trunk you can wear anywhere. Including but not limited to: Decks.
The trouble with men's sunglasses? They're either super safe or wacky. The hexagonal frame offers a classic feel with a unique shape.
Retro Camo T-shirt
More vintage army than heritage navy with your t-shirts? A retro camo t-shirt adds a pattern while still being subdued. Plus, when the neighbor down the street that doesn't respect social distancing starts coming your way, you can dodge him behind some bushes.