Unfortunately, spring was short lived with summer almost upon us again. Rejoice if you're a student as your 2-3 month break is in clear sight. However, if you're like myself, you'll be working this summer like all other summers; nothing has changed. That doesn't mean you can't be trendy though - that goes for students and the everyday worker alike. Whether you want edgy, athletic, rugged, or anything in between, this is the summer to step it up and make it happen with our shopping guide on 12 trends for men's summer clothes found at the thrift.
Read our shopping guide on the 27 best men's summer shoes for a clean fit to compliment your thrift clothes.
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What is great about vertical stripes is that they can help elongate your figure. Here are some great pieces to wear for work and weekends.
Tropical Print Shirts
The floral tropical print is both bold and colorful. It's going to be a hot summer, so look stylish and relaxed in the upcoming heat blaze.
Laidback luxury is in this summer, especially with leather sandals. Keep an eye out for versions with intricate, interwoven straps or asymmetrical designs.
All Pink Everything
Hey, the color pink grew up, or may our perception of it has? Millennial pink, eye-popping hot pink, pastel pink and more have made their way into men's wardrobes this season.
The safest way to make checks work for you is to try larger or more complex motifs on outerwear, knitwear and pants.
All White Everything
Wear white from head-to-toe. A bit bold, but you're sure to feel easy-breezy while making a memorable statement.
Every trend-conscious guy should be wearing singularly or combined colourful bracelets this summer, as long as it’s done right.
Shades of Ripped Denim
Ripped denim is still going strong. Plunge into all shades of denim this summer, from the entire spectrum of washes, ranging from bleached varieties to indigo. Wear the lighter versions for daytime and the darker ones for evenings out.
Kick it old-school with rounded frames. Hey, why not look cool as ice in the middle of summer?
Long Live the 90s
There has been a big Nineties revival: baggy cargo pants, indigo double denim, and more are to get more popular as the season progresses.
Flex your menswear muscle with a technical jacket (windbreaker or rain jacket). Keep pastel or dark/moody shade weather-proof attributes on you for those windy or rainy summer days.
Rock loose fit, light wash clothing such as jeans and shirts, old-school plaid, and a dad hat.
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