Let’s Talk about Shirts

It’s Friday! We’re fast approaching the bank holiday weekend and we get it, you need an outfit. We’ve got ideas.

Let’s go through the wardrobe: figure out what we’ve got and whats hot, how to wear and where to wear it. Enter Hermano short sleeve shirts:

Men’s short sleeve shirts can be tricky to pull off, mainly because of the unpredictable summer weather and the decision between shorts and trousers, trainers or shoes. Arguably our most vintage silhouette, our short sleeve shirts are available in typically Hermano prints. They’re equipped with a revere collar and are perfect for travelling to this weekend’s festival- whether it’s Leeds festival, Reading festival or Creamfields. Or, perhaps you’re staying in this weekend and watching  The Only Way is Essex- either way, our summer shirts are perfect for the bank holiday weekend.

Alternatively, we’ve got long sleeves (a Pete Wicks favourite) that are ideal for the evening and look great with a pair of black jeans and smart shoes. Made with smart or revere collar, our Hermano prints are bold, sharp and look great out for dinner or drinks with friends.

Not only do we have both long and short sleeve shirts, it’s important that we cater for the occasion, too. Perhaps you’re going to an informal party, or enjoying the culture of London’s Notting Hill Carnival this weekend. If that’s the case, you won’t want a button up smart collar shirt. We’re thinking more casual, so we’d pick our short (or long) sleeve revere collar shirts, in designs varying from Croc, to Zebra to Snake print. Go wild!

On the flip side, we have also got what you need for a smarter dinner, maybe one with the in-laws or (perhaps less stressfully) a birthday event. Button up in one of our long sleeve smart collar shirts again in a variety of designs from Tiger through to our very own Hermano House Print.

Let us know what you decide by tagging us in your #HermanoHQ pictures for the chance to feature on our socials.


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