Shirts Guide: Four Must-Have Styles In Your Wardrobe
Shirts are a staple in any man’s wardrobe. It can be a challenge to choose the right men’s shirt style for every occasion with so many different styles being introduced each fashion week. If you’re confused about what to wear and want to learn the basics of different styles, we have curated a guide for you.
Take a look at it below.
Flannel shirts scream casual, something that will never go out of style. Whether you are out on a weekend trip or chugging beers with your friends at pubs, the flannel shirt can be your go-to piece. They look good with a plain tee and nice jeans or tying well around the waist for a vintage look will serve its purpose.
CUBAN COLLARED SHIRT
Cuban collared shirts are the staple of the summer season. For the past few years, these styles have been dominating the Spring/Summer looks with their easy-breezy comfort look. They can be worn with colourful shorts as well as denim, fitting perfectly in everything.
Dress shirt, a modern man’s need. The dress shirt is usually part of an ensemble that will determine how fancy the outfit is, from a suit to a full tuxedo look.
Denim is a timeless textile and there’s a reason it will never go out of style. It’s easy to pair the clothes you already own with a well-fitted denim shirt for a classic cool look. It can be worn on its own but also works as a great outer layer for spring and winters.
BRANDS TO TRY OUT
Numero Uno has come up with a patch denim collection that will definitely bring out your A-game. Pair it with baggy jeans or experiment with a denim-on-denim look, these shirts will make you stand out of the crowd.
For your plaid and flannel inspo, this offering from American Eagle will be suitable for casual wears. Pair it with basic denim and you’re set.
Freakins has launched its latest gender-neutral collection, offering a variety of styles for everyone looking for the perfect shirt. From graphic to denim shirts, the brand’s unique range will cater to everyone’s style need.
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