Summer 2016’s Short Sleeve Shirt Trend is simple, easy, and versatile.
We’re going to show you four different ways to wear the same shirt. The best part? The short sleeve shirt trend works for every body type!
Realistically the short sleeve shirt is not so much a trend as it is a summer essential. Why? You need shirts that are easy to wear, and that go with anything. Avoid the basic dude t-shirt and shorts uniform! Last week we talked about The Hawaiian Shirt. This week we put the spotlight on another revived classic, The Short Sleeve shirt.
Melissa Austria (Founder & Buyer) picked out one of her favorite short sleeve shirts. This one is The Malibu shirt from Tiger of Sweden.
Here’s why we love it.
- It comes in neutral colours: white, navy and black, making it easy to style.
- It’s lightweight and has stretch to it. (Lightweight + Stretch = Comfortable.)
- It fits most guys. Yes, it’s one of our slim brands, but because of the stretch, big guys can wear this shirt too!
- It’s so versatile. It can be dressed up or down for almost any occasion.
Check out how our team styled the Malibu shirt from Tiger of Sweden.
Matt is wearing the Malibu Short Sleeve Shirt by Tiger of Sweden $139, Nick Slim Straight Denim by $218, Classic Low-Top Leather Sneaker by Garment Project $257 and watch by Nixon
Graham is wearing the Malibu Short Sleeve Shirt by Tiger of Sweden $139, Super 130s Window Pane Notch Lapel Suit by Gotstyle $895, Linen Pocket Square by Armstrong & Wilson $65, sunglass by Spitfire $80
Max is wearing the Malibu Short Sleeve Shirt by Tiger of Sweden $139, Axel Slim Trouser with White Dot Twill by Moods Of Norway $299, Multi Stretch Woven Belt by Anderson’s $190, Classic Low-Top Suede Sneaker by Garment Project $257
Neale is wearing the Malibu Short Sleeve Shirt by Tiger of Sweden $139, Seersucker Pant by Individual $185, Multi Cotton Stretch Belt by Anderson’s $175, Tie by Common Folk $110, Tie Bar by Gentlemen of the North $30, Leather Loafers by Ted Baker $220, Hat by Van Gils $115