Without a little careful planning and consideration, attempting to stock a new-season wardrobe entirely from scratch is not about as much fun, especially when experimenting with significant amounts of cash. A casual tee might give the best kind of ordinary look but there exist secrets to the pull of a decent casual look when facing warm weather. Similarly shoes are often overlooked yet they are an essential piece of men’s style. They are the foundation that can make or break your entire outfit. But choosing the right pair of shoes can be tricky.

From loafers or sneakers to V- neck or crew neck tee, take a cue from these summer styling tips!

The classic white

When you’re wearing a classic white T-shirt you have opened yourself, and your wardrobe, up to a plethora of looks and different outfits available to you. Throw over a blue denim jacket and a pair of black jeans. This creates a simple yet stylish look that will make a ‘simple summer’ dress code even better.

Trendy loafers

These versatile and comfortable shoes combine the convenience of slip-on shoes. If in the mood to nail a unique take on the traditional look, pair with khakis and a blazer for a trendy preppy look or wear with shorts and a t-shirt for a laid-back, casual vibe.

Style defined Brogues

While brogue shoes are now firmly thought of as dress shoes, the added detail still gives them a hint of a casual wardrobe piece. For a smart look, tie things together neatly with a matching belt. Keep the colours similar and pair brown with brown, and black with black.

Is there any other chunk of clothing more popular than the T-shirt? For a seemingly simple garment, T-shirts come in a variety of styles, textiles, designs, and fits. But the primary way to designate shirts is by their neck type. A crew neck is the most common and versatile piece, especially for men with a slight build along with round shoulders. A classic T-shirt should finish around the top of your hips. V-necks naturally elongate the neck. They also provide balance to rounder or wider face shapes.

Timeless Neutral shades

Grey, black and navy colours are the basic shades in a summer wardrobe and can be added into most outfits with ease. Navy always looks sharp, and isn’t as bold or imposing as black. Match grey with a pair of light blue denim jeans for an instant versatile and stylish look. Whereas black can be challenging to pull off but can be chic with some high top trainers for a late summer evening hangout.

A patterned T-shirt

Patterns add visual interest to a shirt, but that’s not all they do. They can change the shape and texture of your clothing, and give you personality. Vertical stripes make you look taller by drawing the eye up and down the body. Use them to downplay a short torso. A neutral print on a black or white tee can even work with a blazer, and some colourful prints give your shirt some personality without looking juvenile.

Add a pop of colour to your look

Keep things fresh and inject some energy into your day-to-day looks by trying out colours. Go more adventurous with patterns and style if you want to experiment a little bit. Either way, you can be looking stylish in your tee in no time.