As we turn squinting to the sun after months of relative gloom, mans’ thoughts rightly turn to a summer wardrobe. Shop our edit of the best men’s t-shirts to ensure you stay stylish and cool this summer.
At StyleDen we advocate classic styles which won’t date or fall out of fashion, but that doesn’t mean a mini overhaul, or the odd treat isn’t eminently welcome.
There is a school of thought that the slogan t-shirt should become a thing of the past after a certain age, but a city summer or holiday can still boast a suitably dapper aesthetic in our lounging.
Simple block stripes, and the attention to detail which runs through everything in Kestin Hare’s label and will prove it to be a brand to check season after season. Fix up for summer, and there’s even a pocket for your sunnies, or the smallest shopping trip ever.
As well as their range of collabs (including some amazing kids’ pieces for summer), Uniqlo come correct with their T in a range of colours, all in their uber soft Supima Cotton. Their regular cotton T is absurd value at under a fiver, but this is a treat at a great price-point.
Rugger (along with Bastian) is the Gant of choice in my book, and they produce timeless, slightly quirkier pieces than the staples of Gant proper. Their Ts are a treat, and it’s doesn’t hurt to embrace a bit of floral in any season.
Cathal McAteer has long since established Folk as a benchmark in modern menswear, with a unique and eminently wearable aesthetic. This tee manages to be bold and understated at the same time, whilst making a statement. That statement being that you like nice T-shirts.
Sunspel is so old-school classy that they can say theirs is the best t-shirt you’ll ever own and it doesn’t sound brash or cocky; merely a reflection of an aesthetic which has evolved wonderfully since 1860. Modern Everyday Luxury indeed.