Out of the office, skip a more structured button-down in favour of a slouchy piece with a convertible collar.
A bandana pattern offers a more subtle take on a novelty print – unless you wear it from neck to knee, of course.
Size up when you make your own shirting buy. A larger piece channels a more relaxed feeling and can double as an extra layer on cooler days.
Phillip Lim mixes tropical motifs on an oversized tunic and cropped trousers.
The Paul Smith collection regularly features a lineup of dapper tops. Spring 2019’s options include pop polka dots, classic stripes and exploding florals.
To layer prints, mix short and long-sleeved oxfords to reveal different motifs within the same colour family, but at varying scales.
London-based Story MFG creates clothing, such as this jacket embroidered with palms, out of organic fibres dyed with natural elements including tree bark and fruit.
An array of beer graphics cover an Ovadia & Sons shirt jacket, which is part of a collection that combines psychedelic inspiration with sharp tailoring.
Stocking up on short sleeve options lets you show off a statement timepiece, such as Chanel’s Monsieur model.
Styling by Georgia Groom. Grooming by Mathieu Laudrel for La Frenchie Agency. Model: Chakshu Sharma at Elite Paris. Photo assistant: Loup Ka.