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Native Sons Tortoise Hand-Polished Acetate Shades
A Rugged Feel
I’ve stressed before the importance of fabric and fit when it comes to adapting to seasonal climate. When the temperature rises there’s one essential I can’t do without: linen. Be it in shorts, trousers, shirts or suits, this organic fabric is one of the best, yet most underrated Summer staples. People often avoid linen due to its delicate nature which easily wrinkles and creases with use, but make no mistake, that’s the beauty of it. This lightweight and breathable fabric is not meant to look pristine, instead it conveys personality and even a sprezzy feel to its wearer, through those “I don’t give a damn” wrinkles. I’d been looking for a pair of slim fitting linen trousers in a darker shade than the usual white or ecru, until I came across this navy version from Zara. Although I only have a few select pieces from the Spanish retailer, the quality of its linen garments is outstanding for the price and well worth taking a look. A few alterations later (cropped and cuffed) and they’ve become one of my heaviest rotated pieces this season.
Details: pale yellow oxford button down shirt by Our Legacy, navy linen trousers by Zara, sunglasses by Linda Farrow Luxe, club tie by Gentleman, tie bar by Tie Rack, leather braided belt by Acne, watch by Rolex and bracelet by street vendor.
Model and Styling: Miguel Vieira
Photography: Rita Lino