5 of the Best Taylor Stitch Men’s Shirts for Summer

As summer approaches and we can start doing away with our outerwear and focus on shirts instead, now is the perfect time to start adding a few new ones to your wardrobe rotation and few brands do shirts better than the guys at Taylor Stitch. Regardless of your style persuasions, you’re sure to find some shirts from Taylor Stitch that match your personal tastes and the quality of the materials and craftsmanship is always second to none.

Check out our pick of 5 of the best Taylor Stitch shirts for summer below:

The Jack in Blackwatch Plaid Linen – $98

Made from 4.5-oz. 100% linen with the brand’s signature Jack button-down collar, this Jack Shirt in Blackwatch Plaid from Taylor Stitch ($98) is one of our favourites here at The Coolector. Blackwatch plaid is about as iconic as it gets, and for this lightweight iteration of The Jack Taylor Stitch have gone with a slightly understated take on this instantly recognisable pattern. The washed out colouring has the aesthetic of a well-worn garment that’s been in your closet for years but the comfort really is off the charts. Linen is an unbeatable warm-weather textile due to its breathability and high capacity for moisture absorption. To put it simply, it just feels good, no matter how hot it gets. ($98)

Short Sleeve Jack Shirt in Tree Top Poplin – $78

Got a love of nature and the great outdoors? This superb looking Short Sleeve Jack Shirt with Tree Top Poplin from Taylor Stitch ($78) will be right up your street. It sacrifices absolutely nothing in the transition from long-sleeve to short-sleeve and it’s slated to ship out right in time for summer and promises to draw attention all season. It boasts a custom developed tree print from Taylor Stitch’s Creative Director, Mikey Armenta and this stylish, summer ready shirt has a tailored fit and high armhole, a single rounded chest pocket and comes in a shorter length to be worn untucked. ($78)

Moto Utility Shirtin Charcoal & Rust Plaid – $128

Hitting the open road in search of adventure over the next few months? The ace looking Moto Utility Shirt in Charcoal and Rust Plaid ($128) is what you should be wearing. This first class piece of shirting from Taylor Stitch boasts a rugged construction and pragmatic design that sets it apart from the rest of the pack. You’ll be grateful for the 10-oz organic cotton and the resilient double needle chain stitching next time you’re out there really putting your back into it. No matter the task at hand, you might as well look good doing it and you will with this shirt. The eye-catching charcoal/rust plaid pattern is complimented by a variety of subtle but significant details, such as the handy chest pocket and matching cat’s eyes buttons. ($128)

Jack Shirt in Indigo Waffle – $125

One of the most stylistically versatile offerings on the list, this devilishly dapper Jack Shirt in Indigo Waffle from Taylor Stitch ($125) gets our vote at Coolector HQ for your essential wardrobe addition over the next few months. This cracking piece of apparel from the San Francisco based brand has a waffle texture, deep indigo hues, and it is soft as butter to the touch so the comfort is off the charts. It is crafted from 5.5-oz. 100% BCI cotton and garment washed for soft hand-feel which also brings out the amazing waffle texture. ($125)

Short Sleeve Californian Shirt Melange Plaid – $98

Another short sleeve offering for those warmer days over the next few weeks and months, the Short Sleeve California Shirt in Melange Plaid ($98) is both stylish and affordable. This top notch piece of apparel from Taylor Stitch has the laid back vibe its moniker suggests and it is made with the same attention to detail that they bring to its long sleeved siblings. Breathable and lightweight organic cotton is bolstered by super durable polyester fibers, making this shirt perfect even on days of prolonged and intense activity. ($98)

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