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Must Have Stylish Summer Shirts: The EDIT

Must Have Stylish Summer Shirts: The EDIT

Havana shirt from Reiss

With a decent spell of warm weather arriving in the UK for the first time this year, it’s that time when thoughts turn to summer style staples, putting those jumpers, fleeces and bobble hats firmly to the back of your wardrobe and embracing all things light and airy.

Nothing quite signals the start of this hazy, dazy period of the year, like a pristine, colourful and calculated stylish summer shirt. Everyone’s getting in on the act, so we’ve done our homework and brought you the best of the bunch. Here’s our stylish summer shirt EDIT.

Gitman Vintage Camp-Collar Printed Cotton-Blend Shirt at MR PORTER – £195

This cream coloured 1950s camp collar style, lightweight cotton shirt is printed with tropical palm trees and flamingos, which makes it just about the perfect summer shirt.

Tiger Malick Shirt Brown at YMC – £135

This rather airy short-sleeved cotton shirt in brown, that features a rather magical tiger print ticks all the boxes in the style stakes, and would work an absolute treat unbuttoned over a plain white tee.

Paisley Print Shirt Petrol Blue by ZARA – £25.99

This epic paisley printed bowling style shirt from ZARA is bang on the money, actually, it’s a proper bargain! We could have seen the late great Prince hitting some strikes wearing this one.

Santiago Shirt by FARAH – £52

There’s not much not to like about the new stylish summer range from Farah, like this casual and versatile button-down shirt in goldfish colour with a striking star pattern. A surefire winner.

Sensei Floral Printed Cuban Collar Shirt by REISS – £95

The new Havana inspired range from REISS is jam-packed full of stylish summer shirts, all inspired by the beauty and colour of Cuba. We absolutely love this vibrant floral print number, with the Cuban collar of course. If you sport one of these on a night out you’ll surely be Havana good time.

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