During the autumn we grazed by a few of the winter wardrobe cornerstones and spring very much upon us, it is only right that we look more closely at some of the upcoming season’s classics.Today, we focus on one of the more casual but oh-so-stylish choices one can cover a tanned torso with during the summer, namely linen shirt.
Whether you want to wear the rumpled to bad shorts or a non-runner in sommarkostymen so there are few materials and products that breathe as much summer half-year as a linen shirt.
By choosing a more classic model in white, pale blue or lavender with cutawaykrage one can in good conscience combine it with both tie that informal costume. However, linen is a rougher character and has a tendency to wrinkle, making the material fits much better with more casual kostymval such as cotton in front of super thin wool.
The advantage of linen shirt in front such as Poplin is also that it’s almost more nicer to wear free over a pair of faded jeans or a pair of shorts in the summer. Here, any skrynkler really to their right and to choose advantageously a slightly looser fit than in the most tailored businesskjortorna in cotton.
The master at weaving technique; Loro Piana in a casual linen shirt of the highest quality. (Mr. Porter)
Buttondownskjorta in a beautiful medium blue shade with hefty collar from Morris Heritage.
A more casual option from Eton for a washed sense and perfectly to a few bright jeans.
Light blue linen shirt by more formal cut from Britain’s Emma Willis with a discrete Ginghamruta.
Indigo dyed long sleeve shirt from mensshirtsshop.com in collaboration with Mr store Frans Boone.
The white linen shirt is probably the most iconic interpretation and a real summer tradition. Here from Canali (also top picture)
A so-called “Popover shirt” from No Man Walks Alone in the light blue linen. The model is inspired by the long-sleeved turtlenecks Gianni Agnelli often was seen wearing on holiday.