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Soul Beats & Summer Steez

Hi guys!

Today I’m going to talk about the pieces that are always worth pulling out in the warmer months, and with this definitive list of summer essentials, you’ll never be caught out. Here I’ve created 3 looks from http://www.unlimitedfashion.co.in/ to show what you need this summer to keep looking stylish even without trying.

 

1.You’re no stranger to the polo shirt, also known as a golf shirt or tennis shirt. The polo shirt can be one of the sharpest and most versatile shirts in your wardrobe if you focus on getting the fit right. Anytime you’re unsure of how to keep that balance between smart and casual, all you need to know is that chinos are usually always the answer. You can easily find a pair that veers away from the formal look and embraces a more casual feel. A polo t-shirt with dark straight leg pants and suede loafer will you looking clean and sharp, but not automatically like you’re on your way to the office.

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2.Summer style has only two goals – Be comfortable, don’t be uncomfortable. When the heat and humidity come in like a tidal wave, linen is one of the best warm weather fabrics because it’s thin and breathes very well. Try wearing a summer printed shirt with rugged jeans and suede oxford shoes for casual, rad look.

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3.For a classic 90’s look try layering a plaid shirt over a plain or graphic print T-shirt, adding some lightly ripped jeans to the mix and finishing off with some trainers. Don’t worry too much about color matching, but try to keep the tones dark or same. You can also skip the layered look and just wear the shirt buttoned up, creating a smart monotone version of the classic grunge style.

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All the pieces are available on http://www.unlimitedfashion.co.in/  check it out. Also, don’t forget to let me know your thoughts about this post in the comment section. until next time.

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