If you’re living in the South Asian Subcontinent, no matter what month it may be, it’s always summer. For areas as humid and sunny as ours, Summer clothing is a staple that can be picked off the racks at any time of the year.

And to be honest, have you ever seen summer shades and pastels go out of style?

Investing in Summer Shirts is probably one of the smartest sartorial choices you will ever make. Not only are they breezy and comfortable, but they also almost never go out of style. You can pair them with chinos or shorts and they’re always a statement.

Here’s a list of ten summer shirts that should snuggle their way into your wardrobe and help you make the right statement, at the right place, at the right time.

Get yourself a couple of Linen Shirts

Linen, the queen of fabrics, is a summer staple. Linen is one of the oldest fabrics known to humankind. This textile made from the fiber of flax plants has found mentioned in the Bible and was used in the early civilization years of ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt.

As you might have guessed, its strong absorbent properties are what make it ideal for the scorching summer heat.

If you’re going to be out and about this summer, a crisp Linen shirt is going to be your best friend.

The Classic Oxford Button Down


The Oxford Button Down is such a classic, it’s evergreen and can absolutely never go out of fashion.

While it is also a decent pick for winters when the sun shines on the tropics you can quite effortlessly pair your Oxford button-down with some pastel shorts and cool sneaker kicks.

An important thing to keep in mind while pairing the Oxford Button Down is to make sure that you’re investing in the right fit that sits perfectly well on your body.

A trick that you can use while finding your perfect piece of the oxford button-down is to make sure that the seams line up on your shoulders for a fun relaxed fit.

Summer Essentials - Solid Pastels


Summer is the season of the pastels. Lavenders, Yellows, and Pistachios are beautiful colors to experiment with for a fun day out with family. You can also experiment with different sleeve styles - you can either go for the full sleeves or rock a cool half-sleeve.

Pair them with chinos and sunglasses, and you have a look!

Play it Cool with Cuban Collars

When the Cuban collar first made a reappearance in the fashion scene, everybody had a myriad of thoughts about it. Not all are as positive as sunshine.
But over much debate and discussion, Cuban collars have found their way into the approval lists of fashion critics and commentators around the world.

Investing in a Cuban Collar will help you stand out from the crowd and make a statement for the same. (Without looking like you’re trying too hard.)

Let It Out Loud with Floral and Jungle Prints

Blame it on the Masaba wave, or just a worldwide fascination with bold prints and colors;
Floral and Jungle Prints have made it into quite a few celebrity wardrobes and are coming off as absolutely iconic.

If you’re somebody who is ready to experiment with prints and colors and isn’t afraid to be out there, you might want to slip into one!

Experiment with Chambray

Denim has been a hot favorite for men across the world. But the quintessential denim is also not the best option when it comes to the scorching summers in the tropics.

While denim is sticky and heavy, Chambray is usually lightweight and easy on the skin.

The main reason why men shy from Chambray is that it can be a little intimidating while styling.

One way you can rock a Chambray is by painting it with monochromatic chinos. Beige, Light Cream, and Off White are the fail-proof solutions when it comes to Chinos.


The Kurta Shirt

A quick cocktail of the elegance and style of the West with the tradition of the East is the Kurta Shirt. A product of globalization, Kurta Shirts are perfect for a day of relaxing indoors. Usually made out of cotton, these are perfect to be paired with trousers and flowy pant sets. Accessorizing with bracelets will complete your look for the good. You can be as safe or experimental when it comes to the prints on these Kurta Shirts.



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