The intoxicating mix of serotonin-inducing sunshine, countless cocktails and all your friends in one place under the setting sun makes a summer evening unmistakable. But what to wear to the bar? Not all water points are the same and there is a risk that you will turn away from the best facilities when you arrive in the same flip-flops that you have smugly worn in the pub.
Dressing up for going out in summer is a smart minefield where you have to think about the environment and practical details, and a versatile Timberland fashion wardrobe is a must. Light jackets, interesting T-shirts, relaxed jeans, smart chinos, a jazzy shirt with a Cuban collar and a smart blazer – this will be the backbone of a stylish night on the tiles.
The Hotel Bar
Well, someone feels plush. Here you prepare for an evening champagne evening in a hotel bar, probably with the permission of your bank director.
First things first: this is a good opportunity to wear a suit in a social setting. They don’t work, so they don’t have to be limited to the three big neutral ones: Navy, Black and Gray. Color tailoring is raging all over men’s clothing like a fire emoji. We recommend everyone to play Kacamata Rayban around with it.
However, before you reach for the canary yellow or the millennial pink, we recommend that you first immerse yourself in other nuances. Green suits or those in a lighter blue or brown adhere closer to the neutral middle ground and work with all skin tones, if too light tones can sometimes wash out the fair skin.
A white t-shirt is an easy way to modernize the stale and booted look, especially if a dress shirt can over-emphasize the outfit. A pair of moccasins is a great way to complete this dandy look with polished leathers that provide the necessary formality for such a dazzling occasion.