Timberland Fashion Guy’d: Festival What to Wear

Here are two looks we think strike the balance between comfortable, hip, young enough to party, but old enough to know when to say when.

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Look #1: The Classic

The Shirt: Men’s Short Sleeve Beaver Brook Check Shirt ($58)

Why? The short-sleeve button downs are one of the most underrated summer looks. It’s unassuming, but still looks good.

The Pants: Men’s Loche Lake Chino Shorts ($58)

Why? Chino shorts are a classic look and the navy blue works with just about any shirt or shoe.

The Shoes: (link here) – Men’s Earthkeepers Leather Thong Sandals ($60)

Why? Like jeans, everyone needs a good pair of sandals and what better time to rock them than at this summer’s festival.

Look #2: The Classy  

Why? Roll up the sleeves, pop two buttons and you’ve got a classic button down look. It’s naturally faded material gives the Middle River Chambray shirt a casual, laid back style.

The Pants (link here) – Men’s Earthkeepers Stoneham Selvage Denim ($128)

Why? In the words of Neil Diamond – Forever in Blue Jeans.

The Shoes: Men’s Earthkeepers Hookset Handcrafted Oxford Shoes ($75)

Why? This light canvas shoe provides a down-to-earth look, it’s breathable and they also look great with jeans.

More Shoes: Men’s Earthkeepers Casco Bay Leather Oxford Shoes ($70)

Why? The Casco Bay shoes represent all that is clean and casual in a sneaker — they’re also a great alternative to boat shoes.


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