With yachting season just around the corner, it’s time to start updating your wardrobe with the latest luxury accessories and fashion pieces. See our pick of the must-have men’s luxe style items for summer.
This handsome timepiece features a 44mm stainless steel case with decorative screws on the top ring. With a stainless steel bracelet and butterfly buckle, this watch is the ideal accessory for spending time on a yacht as it is not only scratch resistant but water resistant up to 100m. £1,290 from Ferragamo boutiques.
Taylor Morris Rollright Havana Tortoiseshell Brow Bar Sunglasses
With a distinctive double bridge and reflective lenses, these sunglasses are a great choice for summer. Combining British elegance with rock and roll glamour, you will stand out on board thanks to Taylor Morris’ slick fusion of form and function. £170 from Taylor Morris.
Mulberry Clipper Leather Holdall
This vintage tan brown leather messenger bag is a necessity for the high-flying gentleman that enjoys understated, sophisticated luxury. At 34.5 litres, the bag is roomy enough to give you flexibility for a long weekend away. Plus, it features a gorgeous suede leather lining, making it a real investment piece that can be passed down the men in the family. £1,350 from Mr Porter.
Vilebrequin Moorea Mid-Length Metallic Printed Swim Shorts
As hailed by GQ and countless male celebs, the ‘showoff swimsuit’ is a must-have piece for your summer trips. The key thing to remember here is that you can go as obnoxiously loud as you like, but keep cool by pairing them with windswept hair and boat shoes. This Vilebrequin pair is not only chic, but the brand is passionate about preserving the ecology of our oceans, supporting a sea turtle rehabilitation centre in French Polynesia. Each pair of these shorts sold contributes to the cause. £205 from Mr Porter.
Undandy ‘48 by Brad Loafer
The loafer is a must-have for your summer wardrobe. Suitable for both the polo in shorts and a shirt and dinner in a two-piece suit, loafers are making a comeback thanks to Gucci’s Horsebit. Coloured loafers are becoming more wearable than ever with the slipper-cut style becoming key. This navy suede pair by Undandy can be made totally bespoke by the finest Portuguese artisans. £145 from Undandy.