Get Schooled: A Menswear Roundup

by | Sep 23, 2015 | Style & Grooming

The recent Men’s Health Menswear event in association with Dunhill Icon featured sixteen hot collections for summer. The crowd was beautiful, the style on show was incredible and there was lots to learn.

So we’ve rounded up 16 style tips you need to take away from our recent Menswear Collection event, so you can dress sharper and achieve a runway-worthy look this summer:


 T. M. Lewin


Your navy suit doesn’t have to look basic. Perfect the fit and add accessories like a pocket square; statement cufflinks or sunglasses and the whole look will pop.

 Scotch & Soda


Feel like taking a risk? Bold prints are everywhere in menswear. Balance your look with neutral colours, like navy, khaki or white for summer.



We love active wear, and we know you do too. More than just a trend, athletic-inspired styles are evolving and you can wear it outside of your gym session.



Ditch the socks this spring. Instead, cuff your chinos and show some ankle with a pair of classic white sneakers or the unsinkable boat shoe.

 River Island


There’s nothing wrong with wearing neutral tones if bright colours ain’t your thing. This outfits show you’re sophisticated and confident enough to make a statement.

 Tommy Hilfiger at Stuttafords


Your swimwear can make a statement; so don’t settle with a solid if you want to stand out. Dark prints are flattering on everyone.

 Ted Baker at Stuttafords


Sandals and boat shoes aren’t the only options when wearing shorts. Rock a blazer and some dress shoes, and it will elevate your whole look.



Break out of plaids and explore funky, vintage prints. They are easy to wear with your dark jeans.



The cool kids mix tailored and athletic looks that are slightly rough around the edges, so don’t don running shoes with sports-inspired looks. The Pharrel Supershell sneakers might give you some superstar status.



As the temperature rises, so should your sense of adventure. Incorporate some colour into your outfit; you might turn a few heads (in a good way).



You can stand out with casual, comfortable, clothes, like these. White, red, and blues always feel clean and crisp.

 The North Face


Give your casual look some personality with a performance accent, like bright sneakers or a nylon jacket.



Sometimes your tee can be the star of the show, just keep the rest of your look simple.

 Polo Jeans


Keep your jeans tailored and the denim clean for summer, this will make you look sharper at the office or on a date.



Update your track pants with jogger jeans. These nifty, medium wash denims look great with a graphic tee and high top sneakers

 CAT & Palse


Are you bold enough for this? If so, our advice is combine this suit with a plain simple cotton –t-shirt in black or white — so it won’t overwhelm your look.

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