Your Bold Holiday Wardrobe

It’s officially August, the sun is it’s brightest (most of the time) and so should you be. With ranges from Lacoste to Boss, these big brands have something for everyone’s bold holiday wardrobe.

Starting from head downwards, hats but there’s no need for grandad hats just yet and with Wimbledon season finished, tennis hats are the trend once again.

Boss Green Baseball Cap in Open Blue

Lacoste Crocodile Cap in Red

Secondly, a good flashy pair of sunglasses is what you need in ‘peak’ summer and in this case, the bolder the better.

Oakley Flak 2.0 Sunglasses in Silver Grey

Ray Ban 3025 Aviator Sunglasses in Gold and Green

With primary colours of blue and yellow, you’re sure to stand out of the crowd in whatever tropical climate you’re travelling to this summer.

Now you’ve got your accessories sorted, what about the clothes? Well, for starters, shorts scream summer and here and a few bold examples…

Under Armour Tech Mesh Shorts in Royal Blue

Luke 1977 High Cagy Short Sim Shorts in Bright Pink

Ralph Lauren Traveler Swim Shorts in Blue Paisley

But what do you wear underneath?

Tommy Hilfiger Underwear 3 Packs Trunks Blue

And bright bold socks for those more practical shoes…

Ralph Lauren Three Pack of Trainer Socks in Red, Navy and White

Finally, shoes. As for bright, bold summer wear, Lacoste has summer shoes for that very thing. The Lacoste L30 flip flop come in a range of blue, green and red. These basic colours allow your feet some summer luxury too.

Lacoste L30 Flip Flop Blue

Lacoste L30 Flip Flop Green

Lacoste L30 Flip Flip Red

Whether its Ibiza, sunbathing in the back garden or a party at the beach, there’s something for the holiday wardrobe in bright bold colours for the man you want to be no matter shape or size.

Written by Georgia Jerrey

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