out­door sum­mer par­ties?

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These par­ties rarely have any kind of dress code. You can wear what­ever you like—weather per­mit­ting, of course. None­the­less, to ace the sum­mer-ready look you need col­ors, shades and ac­ces­sories. Spruce up a sim­ple T-shirt by rolling the sleeves up. For shirts, you can go for a preppy look by but­ton­ing up all the way to your neck, or go ca­sual and chic by open­ing the top but­tons and let­ting your neck­lace or tat­toos show. For bot­toms, bright-col­ored shorts or pants would do the trick; oth­er­wise, go for a poised look by bal­anc­ing a graphic top with a pair of black, in­con­spic­u­ous shorts. Footwear op­tions can vary from boat shoes to san­dals. A proper fin­ish­ing touch to this look is a stylish pair of shades.

Shirt by PS by Paul Smith,

cardi­gan by ted baker, trousers by ba­nana Repub­lic, ac­ces­sories by thomas Sabo,

shoes by Pe­dro

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