What's a guy to do if he wants to set himself apart from a veritable sea of light blue shirts? Go dark. Call it what you will—navy, indigo, midnight—but this inky shade has been showing up on a slew of shirts lately. From Jack Spade's hearty cotton work shirt and Hamilton's lightweight linen spread collar to various oxford styles from the likes of J.Crew, Gant Rugger and Club Monaco. Garment dyed and richly hued, the shirts pair perfectly with white or worn-out denim and they give run-of-the-mill chinos or office-appropriate grey trousers a dose of slick, laid-back cool.
Hamilton 1883, $225