Beach vibes are in full effect in Southern California…its HOT this weekend! Living in San Diego I spend most of my days in gym clothes and casual wear so I thought it was the perfect time to make a post about it. This outfit is a great example of a way to pull off a casual beach look while still standing out as having a unique cohesive style. We put together a striped scoop neck shirt that has all the makings of a cool summer tee (light colors, faded stripes, and airy material), and paired it with washed out grey skinny jeans and some tan leather slip-ons to add a pop of color. Also, I highly recommend you add some accessories to these clothes for short men like a bracelet or watch, and sunglasses to complete the look. Accessories take your style to the next level and show that you have attention to detail that most men don’t think about.
Summer’s just getting started so I’ll be sure to get you some swimwear for short guys in a future post for you guys. If you have any requests feel free to shoot me an email and I’ll try to create a post addressing it.
WHAT I’M WEARING
All Saints Tonic Scoop Neck Shirt – All Saints | All Saints Grey Skinny Jeans – All Saints | Frye Leather Slip On Shoes – Frye
There have been some seriously chilly nights in San Diego lately so we decided to put together an outfit that is perfect for warmer days and cooler nights that still has a unique masculine vibe and isn’t something you will see other guys wearing. In one of my previous clothes for short men posts I spoke about linen being my favorite material for summer, and it 100% is. Its light, highly breathable, and isn’t a type of material that typically comes with an overwhelming amount of prints & graphics that you will be seeing on loads of people.
This outfit layers a linen jacket over a linen shirt with a pair of classic blue skinny jeans and vintage worker boots for a touch of masculinity. Don’t forget guys, its critical for short men to tailor their clothes to get the best fit possible. Consider your normal XS,S,M,L,XL sizing as merely a ‘template’ for you and not ‘your size’. Get the size that fits you best then get it tailored to make sure the details (hem, sleeve length, taper, etc) fit perfectly. This is the single biggest tip that will help you get on the right path of your style journey.
WHAT I’M WEARING
All Saints Okinawa Blazer Jacket – All Saints | All Saints Alta Linen Shirt – All Saints | All Saints Blue Jeans – All Saints | All Saints Vintage Worker Boots – All Saints