You’ve got enough on your plate deciding where you want to go get third degree sunburns and a tattoo you’ll regret for the rest of your life, so we thought we’d round up this summer’s biggest trends, haircuts, soundtracks and more so you don’t have to.
When you’re on holiday you want everything to be easy. That’s why we’re highlighting Adidas sliders as the our must-have summer footwear, because there is literally zero effort involved in getting them on (as well as being incredibly cool and comfy).
The trend for clean streetwear continues into the new season, but how do you keep long line tees fresh and relevant? Our solution is a colour update with washed pastels for a retro American West Coast look, but of course we’ve still got all the wardrobe staple dark colours
Getting a haircut can be a terrifying prospect. Luckily, we’ve interviewed the professional and seriously talented barbers over at Murdock London about this summer’s sharpest cuts, so you won’t make the mistake again of going in and asking for a 90s style Beckham Mohawk.
The ‘60s style worn by everyone from John Lennon to Jimi Hendrix is revived for 2016, but it’s just not for hippies and rock stars anymore. From clear frosted to classic tortoiseshell to premium gold by Ray Ban, there’s a style to suit the beaches of Ibiza and the fields of Glastonbury.
As well as being a massive component in the street sports trend, snapbacks are just a practical accessory for holidays. Whether you need something to disguise your travelled bed head or cover your sunburnt scalp, do it in style with new suede textures, earthy colours and branded styles.
From pure festival vibes from MGMT to old school hip hop by Joey Bada$$, we’ve recruited the music experts over at the no booking fee gig ticket app Dice to curate a playlist of their biggest summer albums. Take a look at who else they chose…
From sandbag squats to tuck jumps, get in shape for the season with Fitness First's simple guide to summer buffness
If you can’t be bothered getting ripped for summer, just get rips. Give your denim shorts the grunge treatment with raw edges, frays and full on rips to give for a 90s Seattle feel. And if you’re looking for hangover wear, try out our new jersey styles for a relaxing, trend forward fit.
Although they’re a small element of your outfit, socks can make or break your look. Our choice for the brighter days ahead is the tube sock, which go well peaking from cropped trousers and loafers or fully on show with a pair of Converse hi-tops and denim shorts.
Let’s get this out the way now: the author Joe Hill is Stephen King’s son. But don’t let notions of nepotism cloud your judgment, as Hill is one of the finest horror writers of the 21st century. His latest effort sees an apocalyptic event in the form of the majority of the world’s population bursting into flames after contracting a deadly virus.