Tropical print: clothes and accessories for the summer

Palms, flowers and exotic fruit. Fashion takes us on vacation

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A lively and dense vegetation in which palm trees, ferns, hibiscus and exotic fruits stand out. The tropical style announces the arrival of summer and, even if the long-awaited holidays are still several weeks away, invites us to wear some colorful and fun garments and accessories. Yes, even in the city. Let yourself be inspired by the men s/s and 2018 fashion shows, see under Paul Smith, Louis Vuitton and Michael Kors, and our proposals.

For example, Blauer proposes a particular version of the classic tropical print; a light, resistant and windbreaker jacket with a patchwork effect in a jungle camouflage style.

For those who want another type of jacket, that is to say sartorial, here is the proposal by Manuel Ritz, with floral pattern, palm trees and surfboards. Same atmosphere in Hawaiian style that is breathed by wearing the Coach 1941 backpack and the short-sleeved Levi’s shirt with a comfortable cut. It is impossible not to mention Brooksfield who has dedicated a large part of the spring-summer collection to tropical style.

The most original item is undoubtedly the polo shirt, in stretch piqué, in plain color with embroidery on the collar. For long trousers or jeans, we naturally prefer a nice pair of Bermudas. Those of Incotex, with a light and fresh fabric, are in linen and cotton and are perfect to combine with Intimissimi basic t-shirts, in solid colors decorated with palm or pineapple.

As accessories, in addition to the straw hat on the head and sunglasses (those in the gallery are part of the Curated Collection by Maui Jim, created in collaboration with the artist Charly Lion) we recommend the baby carrier, one of the seasonal trends. To stay on the theme, we have chosen the Palm Angels one. The final touches, to complete the relaxed but refined style of the holiday look, Havaianas thongs with hibiscus.









































































































































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