What to wear on holiday

When you’re on holiday, embrace the opportunity to play around with brighter colours or more adventurous patterns. Bring clothes that work in combinations when you go on holiday. A lightweight shirt works by itself with chinos, or you can wear it as a light jacket on colder evenings. Wear classic pieces as they’re tried and tested. Things like a classic grey sweatshirt, which can be layered, are really useful.

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Tried-and-true blues

A tonal blue look feels especially cool in the warmer months. Throw on a lightweight utility jacket at night when the temperatures drop.

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Simple but stylish

It’s easy to keep things simple in summer, but that doesn’t mean you have to look boring. Add a leather watch and suede loafers to lend interest to a more minimal look.

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Take a stylish dip

Not every pair of swim shorts need to be bold. A navy style is a versatile, classic option for your next holiday. It will allow you to take a quick dip in the sea without any fuss.

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Flattering summer layers

You can still wear layers in the summer, but you want to stick with clean and simple styles in colours that complement each other. Olive and navy work well together and stand out against a white t-shirt and trainers.

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Make it tonal

Wearing tonal colours is a simple way to create an easy day-to-night look. This pale blue linen feels like a nice switch from your classic white – plus, it's not so harsh against the navy trousers.

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Simplicity doesn't have to be dull

Got a social occassion coming up that you don't know how to dress for? Just throw on a pair of stone chinos, a dazzlingly white polo, and brown boat shoes.

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Shorts fit for a heatwave

Making denim shorts work is all about fit. For comfort and decency, stick to a slim leg that ends just above the knee. Then they'll work with everything from a white tee to a hoodie.

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Add a pop of colour

Keep things bright and balanced by centring your look around one colourful staple, like a pink sweatshirt, and offsetting it with solid, easy-to-pair pieces.

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