SUMMER IS definitely on it’s way and one line that has rolled up its sleeves and pulled out some classic wardrobe winners with its short sleeve shirts, they are super cool for what looks set to be a long hot summer and that is Farah.
The Askrigg bordeaux button down slim fit cotton shirt has a Jackson Pollock style print with turned up sleeves and is a delight, with Farah logo embroidered on the chest, sporting a more 80s style geometric pattern print style in claret, sky blue, white and black the Reeth button down slim fit also has the rolled up sleeves.
The Gunnerside cream shirt is a more relaxed floral, well dandelion print, button down again with sleeve roll, this also has a button fasten chest pocket with logo on it, it also comes in a more muted navy where the flower prints really stand out.
The Trent shirt comes in the same cut and body style, but prefers a neutral one colour in orange or navy with white button and chest pocket.
The Ruxton long sleeve shirt is part of the 1920 range, button down, with wooden buttons, a slim fit cut, with flap patch on the chest pocket and the logo attached not embroidered.
A version on the previous short rolled sleeved shirt, the Gallant is part of the 1920 range and has button down, delicious floral print all over, it has a pen pocket in slim fit, in indigo and deep red and also leans towards the American style of white t-shirt underneath worn open, nice.
Also part of the 1920 range the Gatsby shirts sport wooden buttons, tag logo and have a stunning overall floral print coming in cream or navy.
The Hobart shorts feature the same print as the Askrigg in bordeaux print, lined, tailored fit with four pockets and button fly.
So all you need now are some chilled beers and a pub garden to help kick start the summer season.