Dress for the tropics for men, Singapore | Travelshopa

 

Cracking the code on being a stylish guy is not as difficult as you may think.  If you’re having some trouble crafting the perfect tropical ensemble, Travelshopa is here to help with a few simple tips.

 


 

Blue

Blue is definitely one of the warmest, most flattering colours, and that’s why we love it. Whether you choose blue shoes (canvas or espadrilles), shorts, jeans or a blue shirt; it’s the perfect colour to go with anything. For a relaxed yet suave look, try pairing your chinos with a light blue button down shirt and a blue or black blazer. If you aren’t prepared to sweat a little for your style, ditch the blazer, roll up your sleeves and leave the top two buttons of your shirt open. To complete your look, don’t forget to tousle to your hair and slide on a pair of raybans.

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Chinos

Whether you like them long or short, beige, tan or even this season’s “in” colour – maroon, you can’t go wrong with a good pair of chinos. The stunning variety of colours make them the most diverse pair of bottoms you can own bar black jeans. Not only do they look great but in this heat, you’ll love their ability to look stylish yet remain cool, thanks to the lighter fabric. Take the lead of stylish men on the streets of Milan by rolling up your chinos slightly to show off a bit of ankle.

Tropical dressing for men | Dress for the tropics for men | Travelshopa

 


 

Patterns

Introducing patterns into your wardrobe is an essential. From stripes to gingham to barely distinguishable palm trees, patterned shirts are taking over the world of men’s fashion. Button down cotton or linen shirts are perfect for  tropical climates: they’re lightweight, breathable and will instantly elevate your look all while maintaining a cool, relaxed vibe. To change up your look, it all comes down to a few subtle changes…switching up your shorts for trousers will carry you from lunch to dinner while the addition of a panama hat will take you from brunch to the pool. If shirts aren’t your thing, try adding a striped t-shirt or a lightweight jumper to your look to get in on the pattern trend.

Tropical dressing for men | Dress for the tropics for men | Travelshopa

 

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