Great style is independent from disposable income. That's not without tradeoffs in function, quality, or manufacturing, of course. Mix and match to fit your priorities with this spring outfit ready for your week out of town. It's easy. It's loose. It's not too serious. Just like the perfect vacation.
Teal Cotton Chore Coat
A chore coat provides a perfect lightweight layer for cooler mornings that isn't a burden to wear around once the sun comes out.
Drawstring Khaki Pants
You've been wearing sweatpants for two years but now you're on vacation. You'll slip right into these all-day comfortable drawstring khakis. For a more traditional style, both brands offer flat front and pleated options as well.
Two Strap Rubber Sandal
Their rubber construction and relative cheap price makes them beach and water friendly; their classic design in a handsome olive shade keeps them appropriate for a patio dinner at a restaurant.
Gold Square Frame Sunglasses
Fun fact: Primer has done at least 5 separate features since 2008 praising the enduring style of the squared-off aviator. Worn by the first men on the moon, helicopter pilots, and an unending list of film characters, this long-lasting but not standard style works for any man.
All of Randolph Engineering's sunglasses are made at their plant in Randolph, Massachusetts. They provide multiple military and government agencies with an array of sunglass models.
Travel hack: Before you zip up your suitcase, lay a canvas tote flat on top. You'll use it to lug your books and gear to the water, your morning groceries back from the market, and before you pack it back up to go home, you can place your dirty clothes inside for easy sorting when you're back.
When wearing classic pieces, adding personal touches with jewelry is what makes things feel contemporary.
A simple ring style that is easy to pair up with other rings, bracelets, and necklaces.