Short Sleeve Shirts for Summer

With the Summer on it’s way it’s time to ditch the long sleeves and get some sun on those arms.

When the weather starts to improve it’s often time for polo shirts and tees but today we’re here to offer you a look at our Short Sleeve Shirts for Summer collection.

We’re of the opinion that bold and colourful is the way to go with these shirts, patterns that scream summertime. The perfect shirt to be worn with a pair of chino shorts or if relaxing around the pool bar on holiday.

We’ve got lots of different styles from brands like Eden Park, Ben Sherman, Giordano and many more.

You can view the full range on our website by clicking here, and to tempt you here are a few of our favourites.

Giordano 916014 31 Orange Print SS Shirt

 

  • Modern Fit
  • Button Down Collar
  • Chest Pocket
  • Short sleeve cotton shirt

 

Giordano 916515 61 Hawaii Print SS Shirt

 

  • Modern Fit
  • Cutaway Collar
  • Short sleeve cotton shirt

 

Liberty Print Shirts

Official Liberty print fabric, a mix of unique fabrics.

Patterned shirts are key to our shop, they stand out in the shop and we’ve become known for have a great collection that people are drawn towards. With the shirts there is also something else that draws people in, the purple label with the gold writing ‘Made with Liberty fabric’.

This is a sign of quality, a sign that this fabric is unique. This season we’ve five different shirts that each feature this label.

Giordano 917502 Liberty Print

A great design for the Summer. It feels light and fresh. A pattern that’s not too bold and would look great under a lightweight blazer for an upcoming garden party.

Giordano Shell Liberty Print LS Shirt

Giordano make really good fitting shirts, most of them are a modern fit. This means that it has a little shape around the waist, this gives it a more flattering look to a regular fit. A personal favourite of mine is this Liberty print shell design.

Maddox Street M40MW01 Liberty Print Shirt

To round off the collection we’ve two new designs from Maddox Street. Two super sharp shirts that both feature a hidden button down collar so that the collar keeps it’s shape when the top button is undone.

To see the full collection of our patterned shirts pop over to our website.

The Look: Gant Spring Shirts

With lots of new shirts arriving from Gant we’ve asked our resident shirt expert Joshua Bold to pick his favourites.

When it comes to shirts I’ve got wardrobes full of them, from classic Oxfords to more bold designs. Each one has it’s own place and occasion to be worn. Once the new season’s stock arrives I like to treat myself to a few new styles.

I’ve picked four shirts that I’ve already got my eye on, let me know what you think.

Gant The Oxford Shirt Lemon Zest

I thought I’d start the list with a classic Oxford shirt. Every guy should have a white Oxford in their wardrobe but I think they should also have one in a seasonal colour too. This lemon colour is bright and perfect for light coloured chinos.

 

Gant Rose Chambray Shirt Indigo Blue

It’s not often that Gant go for a patterned style by to celebrate their 70th anniversary they’ve made some rose designs in honor of the founders wife who was called Rose.

I love this denim shirt with roses, looks really smart with a dark pair of jeans.

Gant TP Seersucker Stripe Shirt Pool Green

Seeksucker fabric is perfect for Summer. From blazers, to shorts and my favourite shirts. It just screams Summer and this light mint green is ideal. I can wear it in the garden whilst dreaming of a holiday in Monaco.

Finally I thought I’d pick a long sleeve polo shirt.

Gant Sunbleached Rugger LS Polo Capri Blue

I tend to prefer long sleeved tops so a long sleeved polo is something I often wear during the Summer. In this sunbleached style it would look perfect whilst sailing…all I need now is the boat.

You can view our full Gant Shirt Collection in our Lewes shop or online.

Shirt Guide | Show Your Stripes

A great alternative to the plain shirt without going too overboard.

Making a change to your work attire might not be as simple as first thought, the suits need to be plain and of a classic colour. We still need to tick certain boxes, unless we’re the boss or freelancer.

Everyone likes to wear something new, it gives a little confidence boost when people comment or notice and the easiest way to transform our look is by swapping our shirts. making the change from the regular plain shirts can have quite an effect.

The thought of a patterned shirt can seem daunting to some but there is middle ground in the form of a striped shirt. Still smart, still stylish but it adds something different.

We’ve picked a few examples of some of the stripe shirts available.

Gant The Broadcloth Banker Stripe Shirt

The true classic in striped shirts, the iconic shirt. Worn with a navy plain suit you can’t go wrong. Wear it with a smart plain tie or keep it more casual without.

Gant TP Seersucker Stripe Shirt

Give your stripe shirt a Summer vibe with a seersucker fabric. Designed to be a more casual than formal shirt these look fantastic under a linen blazer or a lighter coloured suit. No need for a tie but still fine for that boardroom meeting.

 

The final couple are slightly more bold, the first is a bright stripe from Fynch Hatton that adds a whole host of colour. The second is from Giordano and features a striking flamingo pattern with a subtle stripe to the background. Worn at that upcoming garden party these will certainly make a splash.

Hopefully this has given you a few ideas. To view our full patterned shirt collection have a look online.