T-Shirt Weather: Our Guide To Brightening Your Casual Closet This Summer

Natalie Hanson   |   05 - 06 - 2017

Summer is here and T-shirts are a great way to inject a bit of colour into your casual wardrobe. Make sure your summer tees are anything but boring with our picks of the coolest ways to have fun with your casual tops…


Blue is a must for any man’s casual wardrobe; easy to wear, versatile and flattering to all skin tones.

Clockwise from top left: Craig Green, Givenchy, James Perse, Orlebar Brown, Orlebar Brown.


Have fun with the colour of the season; from dusky rose to fresh clean hues.

Clockwise from top left: Burberry, Oliver Spencer, Theory, Simon Miller, Thom Browne.


From sunshine yellow to a deeper mustard, your T-shirt collection is a great way to experiment with new colours you perhaps haven’t tried before.

Clockwise from top left: Howlin’, James Perse, Outerknown, Polo Ralph Lauren, Thom Browne.


Stripes are a classic look for your staple tee collection and a great way to inject a little colour if you don’t want to colour block.

Clockwise from top left: Acne Studios, Blue Japan, APC, Dries Van Noten, J Crew.


From zesty bright green to a cooler sage shade, green is a fun colour to add to your summer wardrobe.

Clockwise from top left: Albam, J Crew, NN07, Stussy, Oliver Spencer.


If prints are more your thing, there are so many to choose from, from all over florals to ombre shading looking really fresh right now.

Clockwise from top left: Berluti, Dolce & Gabbana, Jil Sander, Paul Smith, Balenciaga.


If you like your colours bold, red always makes a strong impact and helps you stand out from the crowd. Or try a deeper, duskier shade for a more subtle take.

Clockwise from top left: Club Monaco, Everest Isles, Givenchy, Orlebar Brown, Officine Generale.

Colour pop

Front print tees are a great way to experiment with multi colours and pops of brightness to liven up your casual collection.

Clockwise from top left: Lanvin, Remi Relief, Gucci, The Elder Statesman, Stussy.