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Welcome to Heat Check, a (semi)regular dose of much-needed style inspiration culled from the very best celebrity fit pics around.
While you were busy fishing your least-dirty tee from the pile of clothes in the corner of your bedroom and your cousin was ironing every last wrinkle out of his go-to, blue-and-white gingham shirt, Dwyane Wade was taking the prospect of an Easter fit to a whole other level. Forget tablecloth patterns and stretched-out crewnecks; Wade was delivering some holiday cheer in the form of an easy, breezy, incredibly cool cabana shirt from Tombolo.
Now, I'll be the first to grant that a lot of the stuff Wade was doing on Sunday was not of the "non-famous folks totally do this to" variety. Most people, I'm given to understand, do not have big-'ol topiary privacy walls (at least I'm pretty sure those are privacy walls) in their backyards. Nor do they have tens (dozens? hundreds?) of potted flowers lining the bottoms of those walls providing a visual counterpoint to the gigantic floral "FAMILY" displayed above them.
But everybody—and I really do mean "everybody"—can enjoy the simple pleasures of a terrycloth top with a fish on it. I mean, I actively dislike fishing, and even I am currently pondering adding Tombolo's "Angler" cabana shirt to my warm-weather rotation. It's chill and comfy and just a little bit cheeky, but not so off-kilter that it starts to veer into "Fun Shirt Guy" territory.
As for what to wear with such a distinctive style? Your best bet is to take a page from Wade's playbook and wear it with slim, dark trousers and simple, minimalist sneakers. If you're feeling adventurous, you can throw a hat into the mix (bonus points for matching the shade of green to the collar and banded hems of the shirt). But first, you're gonna need that shirt. And luckily, I know just where to get it.
Here you go. Wear it in good health. (And wash your damn T-shirts, too.)
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