It’s the season of the printed button-down. So many bold options flood our clothing store of choice during this time of year. And no matter how tapped into the current trends we are, we still have to sift through the racks to find a summer friendly shirt that’s right for us. It can be so tedious! So, we’ve done the work for you. Pulling from some of the season’s biggest designers and current menswear trends, we’ve picked 10 of the most notable printed shirts for summer 2015 (in no particular order).
- Orlebar Brown | Featuring an illustration by Roger Broders, a French illustrator and graphic artist, celebrated for his travel posters of French destinations.
- Thom Browne | Fashionable and bold design mixing floral and a touch of nautical with Thom Browne’s ingenious flower and swordfish print.
- Mr. Turk | Playing with warm hues and a touch of retro 70’s vibes, this mix of poppies and polka dots adds a fun summer pop of color but still remains refined.
- Mr. Neives | Always a summer favorite, Mr. Nieves pulls together two exciting prints in the Spring/Summer 2015 Anibal shirt, which features both geometric and tribal patterns.
- Ambsn | Lighthearted and fun are the best qualities for a summer printed shirt to have. That’s why Ambsm’s “Dawg” shirt is a must.
- Robert Graham | The cool colors in this shirt’s classic floral print, and black contrast background make this gorgeous and bold shirt stand out from the rest.
- Scotch & Soda | Even though the color palette of this shirt is on the darker side, the subtle and unexpected print of fish and fishermen makes it a summer must.
- McQ | This is a great print option for a summer night out. Even though the pattern is floral, it’s modern and sophisticated enough for an evening affair – bringing the summer’s floral trend from day to night.
- Burberry | Another painterly print that puts a modern spin on a classic pattern is this Burberry abstract short sleeve shirt. The vibrant colors and original take on the check pattern make it very notable.
- Marc by Marc Jacobs | Keeping things interesting and upbeat, this fun motorcycle print stands out for its originality and cool vibes.
– Dalton Primeaux