It is officially Short Sleeve Button Down season, or SSBD SZN if you’d prefer. We’re nearly through Spring and plowing on into Summer. Most of the nation has seen a handful of warm days despite some peculiarly chilly weather recently. But those cold fronts won’t stop us from looking forward to Summer styles.
I’ve pulled together six perfect short sleeve button down shirts for you guys to choose from. First up is the Wax London Didcot Short Sleeve Shirt which is made in Portugal and features a handsome stripe design throughout. The Far Afield Mod Button Down S/S Shirt (Flamingos) features a repeating ‘flamingo’ pattern, a curved hem that can be worn tucked or untucked, and the lightweight cotton fabric frames the body perfectly. Check those two out:
The Corridor NYC Photo Negative Hawaiian SS has a single chest pocket, is made from comfortably cool cotton, and the dark colors will go great with jeans or shorts. The Mollusk Aloha Shirt has an open collar for a more relaxed look and the lightweight fabric gives you a loose fit/doesn’t constrict the body so you won’t sweat through it in the Summer. Check ’em out:
We round it out with the Faherty Brand Printed Floral Shirt (above/left) which draws inspiration straight from 1960s Hawaiian Shirts. This shirt has real wooden buttons and a relaxed spread collar that frames the neckline really well. Last up is the Flint and Tinder Stretch Utility Short Sleeve which is a perfect everyday shirt. This one comes in a few colors for you to choose from and has a tailored fit. Unlike the others, this shirt has dual chest pockets. It’s made from super comfortable half-Panama fabric that breathes super well and is still plenty durable.
Let’s check out all of those shirts one more time. You can follow the product links underneath the image below to purchase your favorites over on Huckberry:
 Wax London Didcot Short Sleeve Shirt [$115]
 Corridor NYC Photo Negative Hawaiian SS [$135]
 Mollusk Aloha Shirt [$88]
 Faherty Brand Printed Floral Shirt [$168]
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