19 ways to wear the wildest designs and biggest prints this summer

Mesh dinner jacket

The perfect summer blazer is an extremely hard thing to find. Or it was until Emporio Armani showed off this argyle plaid jacket constructed from a delicate breathable mesh (jacket, $ 1,995 and tank top, $ 475).

Swedish surf shorts

You do not have to live in Sweden to join the Stockholm Surf Club, which was founded by a couple of former Acne employees. All you need to do is grab a pair of the brand’s perfectly cropped swim shorts ($ 155).

Checkerboard tank

Handcrafted in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, Judy TurnerThe Cotton and Silk Sweater from proves that sleeveless knitting is the most crucial piece of your summer rotation ($ 495).

Huge cargoes

There are big pants, and then there are Needles‘downright huge BDU HD pants, which achieved Grail status due to the styling possibilities unlocked by their outrageous bulk and multiple tightening points ($ 390).

Flowery sneaks

In 2017, Sheltered teamed up with Vans to create a cult sneaker covered in tiny flowers. Finally, the brand has spawned its own follow-up, and this time the flowers are thriving ($ 409).

A version of this story originally appeared in the June 2021 issue with the headline “20 Wild Patterns and Huge Prınts That Win Summer”.

Photographs by Martin Brun
Accessories stylist: Dustin Hubbs At Mark Edward Inc

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