We’re leaving winter and we regret to inform you that your spring shirts rotation is looking a little tired. Certain pieces are on their way out, others don’t work together and some are just not making use of the right materials for comfortable wear. Fear not, we’ve got just the list of brands who have the options to update your selection of shirts for the year ahead. Whether you’re hunting down something with a camp collar, need a knitted t-shirt upgrade or are looking to stock up on some trusty button-ups, here’s our pick of the best spring shirt options.

Where to buy the best spring shirts for men

Billy Reid

For the uninitiated, Billy Reid is a brand that for over twenty years has been crafting standout clothing with integrity and authenticity, based out of their Florence, Alabama studio. In over 20 years of craft, the brand has earned some of the most prestigious fashion honours the industry has to offer, with a mission to create fewer, better things. That means it should be considered when it comes to Spring shirts. Polos, tees and Henleys all rank high on the quality charts at Billy Reid, with custom prints and thoughtful finishes.

Neem London

Neem London's overshirt is a testament to sustainability and style. Crafted from 100% recycled cotton, it features a lightweight Zephyr weave for year-round comfort. With two side welted pockets and an elegant Prince of Wales check pattern, it's perfect as a jacket, shirt, or layering piece. Plus, Neem offers a buy-back program, promoting circular fashion.


Up next is vintage-inspired workwear brand &SONS. Rugged Spring shirt options for modern pioneers, or just men who need robust options that’ll last a beating whilst they chop wood or repair cars. The brand is also a proud supporter of garment innovation and the valuable skills of artisan makers, which is something we can all get behind. There’s plenty to get stuck into here but we’d suggest that if you’re on the hunt for a Henley, look no further. Made from a hefty 1x1 rib 100% natural raw cotton, it features a button-down crew neck and long sleeves, making for a solid base or layering piece.

Marea Marea

Spring is here and it’s time to stock up on camp collar shirts. The stylish all-in-one shirting choice for the warm weather traveller. The thinking person’s all-rounder. A camp collar looks great poolside, it’s easy to throw on and off, it’s a great option for daytime exploring and has that refined, smart casual silhouette for classy evenings. Marea Marea do a nice line in them, notably a handsome collaborative option in white with Paris-based tattoo artist Florence Sch, featuring a dashing bit of embroidery just above the waist. The brand’s shirts tend to come in a linen cotton mix, making them more comfortable and softer on the skin. Plenty of colour options to add to your spring shirts rotation too.


If you often think to yourself: I wish I could dress like a fashionable Italian man, then Velasca is a brand you should be looking into. Their editorial is the guidance and the online shop is a portal into excellent clothes and footwear, a delicious hearty ragu of Italian styling. When it comes to Spring shirts, Velasca are a great option for t-shirt updates. The Sperlonga, Atzara and Navelli make up the brand’s t-shirt line-up, using pure cotton jersey for a simple, comfortable and long-lasting fit, with plain, pocket detail and knitted variations. All provide year-round basics options for any outfit, with the aforementioned knitted Atzara especially coming into its around the spring season.

The Resort Co

As the name suggests, The Resort Co is all about curating the ultimate vacation wardrobe, prioritising quality as well as ethical production and where possible, the use of sustainability-minded materials. The Spring shirt is a fundamental part of this mission and the brand’s line-up takes in camp collars, overshirts and long-sleeve polo shirts in a variety of colourways and materials, notably terry towel and linen. The Resort Co’s terry pocket shirt is a handsome camp collar, full button-up shirt in a regular fit with a overshirt-style four-pocket configuration. Handcrafted in Portugal, the shirt’s soft terry towel fabric makes it extra comfortable whilst providing a sophisticated look.

Pini Parma

When it comes to their spring knitted shirt line-up, Pini Parma’s made it easy for you. They’ve given you a host of uniform options in distinctive earthy shades. A safe, stylish palette to pick up a few knitted polos, shirts and t-shirts in. Pini Parma’s thin rib polo in stone is a stylish shirt option which carries a certain understated feel to it that makes it ideal for dressing up and down. Crafted in Italy from 100% cotton, it features a polo-style spread collar, button-free placket and drapes comfortably over the body.


Aurelien’s coloured swatch sheet of terry towelling polo shirts is a sight to behold. It’s also very good news for your Spring shirt moodboard, with a tone to suit every complexion and wardrobe. The brand’s selection includes a polo shirt, resort shirt and long-sleeve shirt in the aforementioned cotton terry towelling material, as well as an Egyptian cotton polo. Elsewhere the brand is also making the most of its trademark Cashwool. The white terry towelling resort shirt is the ultimate lounging shirt, cut from luxuriously soft terry, in a slim fit with mother-of-pearl buttons. Pick a few up in different colours and make the most of that smart luxury price tag.


Springtime means taking a serious look at your t-shirt collection and deciding what has been worn to death and where the gaps are for potential updates. Foret is a solid option for choosing some stylish replacements, with the Scandi outdoors-minded brand the home of great options when it comes to stripes, graphic designs and basics. Stripes don’t have to just be for Spring shirts, and Foret’s Ferry t-shirt provides a year-round easy-to-style Spring shirt option that eschews the standard white, black and Navy of traditional Breton tops. Cut from 100% organic cotton with a regular fit, it’s a solid piece for layering. 

Luca Faloni

Don’t get caught out by those sneaky warm days that roll around with the introduction of spring. You know the ones, the weather forecast suggests, modestly, an upturn in weather, but you’ve misjudged it and you’re still layered up like you’re awaiting the last frost of the year and all you want to do is rip open your button-up shirt, Superman-style, to let the perspiration and heat escape. Anyway, long story short, Luca Faloni does excellent Italian-made linen spring shirts. That’s the condensed way of saying it. Crafted using 100% premium linen, there’s a variety of collars available for all levels of formality as well as the option of a half-button placket. You’ll be thankful when the sun comes out, trust us.


WAHTS has got plenty of inspiration for your spring shirts line-up, notably its array of t-shirts for the year ahead. The variety of materials is key. They’ve got jersey stretch, cotton piqué, terry towelling, linen, you name it, there’s a t-shirt made from it which when tested out, really revolutionises the way you think about a simple tee. Different fabrics affect the fit, the drape, the level of comfort, the longevity and just your day-to-day wear generally. We’d highly recommend testing a few out and seeing what works for you. 

How about a spring jacket to go with your new shirt?