What to wear for a Boat Party this Summer? Summers are here and so are the theme parties which are held in waters. Oh!! What I mean to say is that it is time for the boat parties which obviously we all love to attend. It is one time when you get to have everything to the best - the location, personality, chances of meeting new people and obviously a time to show off yourself among other handsome men. This might be your first time attending such a party or probably the seventh (I know it didn’t rhyme), but the question remains the same - what are you going to wear for the boat party this summer?? Go stripes
Summers call for stripes, Both thin and thick, you can choose from the ones that look good on you. If you are slightly on the heavier side, you mustn’t invest in a striped t-shirt or shirt because it will make you look broader. Hence, you can go for solid Polo shirt or a different print than stripes. A plain white shirt or navy colored shirt would also be an apt idea. Keep it casual
It is not important for you to club your stripes with trousers but you can always kick off the casual appeal with the chino shorts. It is definitely a fashionable option. Make sure the shorts are well fitted with a pair of men’s underwear that can be sported as swimwear as well. After all, you never know when the boat party turns out to be more than you thought. You can be sure with bikini underwear for men made with nylon or polyester. Boat shoes are the ideal style for the occasion
Boat shoes, as the name implies are the best way to top off your look at the boat party. Being an accessory that won’t let you down, the respective footwear is best to be worn with shorts and casual shirts. Why not try them on if you haven’t? Accessorize well You can’t ditch the accessories when it comes to a gathering where personality matters. Make sure you do not over accessorize or under accessorize your outfit. With a bracelet, a wristwatch, sunglasses and a cap, you’ll be able to add the finishing touch to your charm. Just remember that the key is to dress keeping yourself in mind and not going overboard.