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Three Fool Proof Festival Looks

10th June 2013 | Posted in Mens & Festivals
Time to start planning your festival outfits for the coming Summer! Check out a few of our favourite selections, which will work perfectly no matter where the day takes you. First off, we start with this heady mix of prints, colours and texture- perfect if you're aiming for a smart casual look in the sun. The tailored fit on the Ben Sherman shorts give a great shape, whilst the olive colour allows you to wear them with a huge amount of colours. We've linked them with the Franklin & Marshall Hawaiian shirt to add some colour, and finished the look with a bright Diesel watch, a pair of comfy Lyle & Scott boat shoe pumps and some retro tortoise Ray Ban Wayfarers. Perfect for an easy smarter look, we love mixing in a pair of crisp white hi top Converse in with this Farah Reno stripe shirt. The colours work perfectly with the faded navy on the Humor shorts. Want to work a bit more into this look? Try wearing a pair of white sport socks with your hi tops, and get your hands on a pair of white Oakley Holbrook sunnies to add to the mix. Finally, we reckon this is the one of the ultimate casual looks you can get this Summer. There's no doubting the power of street wear, so get on board with a few of the best labels doing it out there. Starting off with the Adidas Adiracers, you'll have a comfy trainer that will keep your feet comfy til the early hours. Next up we've got the Trainer Spotter shorts, which look wicked in a two tone colour split, making them perfect for casual wear. Last but not least, the printed t-shirt by new British street label Known. We love the longer cut on this tops, giving them a baggy fit in the length without compromising across the chest.

Ryan J Gray


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