Summer is finally here! It’s all about lightweight suits and adding those all-important finishing touches with floral ties. Blue suits are still on point this season, along with classic greys and bold checks styles. The most important thing when wearing a suit in the summer is keeping cool, luckily we’ve got you covered!
Standout Floral Styles
The blue suit is a staple of any man’s wardrobe but how do we keep the look fresh? Appropriately for the summer, a brightly coloured floral tie would be our recommendation. It updates the blue suit whilst also adding a splash of colour. Team with a patterned pocket square and brown brogues to complete the look.
For a thoroughly modern look go for a pair of brown shoes.
If you’re looking to try something different this summer why not drop the tie altogether? It’s a bold fashion statement that’s sure to make you stand out. The key to pulling off this look is to button up your shirt and minimise your accessories. Try this look in a stylish grey check suit to really turn a few heads.
Just because you’re not wearing a tie doesn’t mean you can’t accessorise your look. Wear with a plain white pocket square
Shades of Blue
Of course, you can never have enough blue suits and this summer isn’t any different. Change things up with an airforce blue peak lapel suit paired with crisp white button down shirt and contrast with a patterned navy floral tie for a stand out style.
Go sockless! Well, not completely. Ensure you’re wearing a pair of ‘invisible’ socks that have the appearance of going sockless. It’s not for everyone but it’s certainly an on trend look.
One of the most important things to consider when choosing a suit for the summer is the material; linen is breathable and keeps you cool far better than wool or polyester. This light blue suit is perfect for warmer summer days and features a softer approach to suiting with its slubbed textured fabric. For extra comfort our summer suit jackets are available unlined or half lined.
Complement the look with this grey shadow floral print tie for a different take on the floral pattern style.