You can't party hard enough to earn the respect of this shirt because the Gallier hibiscus has no boundaries. We should have named it Hawaiian Camo because wearing this linen lady-killer is like a being a tiki god on Maui.
This paisley tide is the wingman to the Gallier Hibiscus. Interesting, good looking, but prefers light conversation over unleashing Travolta style dance moves. It's light, bright and can handle the night.
Leaders only need apply. Our Gallier pink gingham coupe with Haspel's signature striped logo was made for the guy who refuses to be shown up. Its love language says sensitive while its confidence will have lesser men cower in fear.
How do you one-up all the dudes with basic button-ups? You buy our Gallier Cobalt Seersucker. Light, cool and the ladies like to run their fingers over it like it's Tom Selleck's chest hair. Get noticed, get the job done.
Subdued with a splash of sexy. From ship to shore, simple sells this dotted seersucker marvel. Perfect for a summer day trip or throw a jacket on it for happy hour. Sport the Gallier Mini-Dot and wait for her to start buying YOU drinks.
Our Bywater linen plaid may give you a 70’s flashback of your dad but this is Haspel linen. This linen blend transforms your dad's plaid into rock-n-freakin'-roll. If this shirt's too loud, you're too old.
This shirt is the babe lure of backyard bbq's. Bright, bold, and says come and get me! And there's no need to sweat it when she approaches...This Bywater bad boy is all seersucker to keep you cool when the ladies start lunging.
The plus-one to our Haspel Saenger multi blue stripe, the raspberry plaid seersucker is a perfect addition to your summertime closet. Saenger blue on Friday, Saenger raspberry on Saturday, you'll be cooking her breakfast on Sunday.
Let the breeze pass through our Saenger cotton/linen like the smell of gumbo passing through granny's screen door. Porch, rooftop, balcony or beach there's nothing better for those Sunday summer sessions.
One of our favorites, the navy Conery has easy blue tones with a mesmerizing gingham coupe pattern. We’ve been told it even exudes powerful pheromones that can be detected from a mile away. Or at least across the pub.
Last minute invite with no time to style? Grab the Conery in Midnight Dufold. It's like the Swiss army knife of long sleeve shirts. Jeans, chinos, jacket, no jacket, whatever. You'll love the soft touch of the double faced fabric and the indigo tone goes with damn near anything.
If you're looking for a polo with personality then click the big blue button below. The Silverton is a sophisticated hounds tooth knit with all-American style. It stands out in a crowd so it's the perfect choice to wear to the ballpark in case you get that foul ball camera time.
Our Tulane seersucker shorts are the intersection of fashion and function. They look amazing while our famous pucker keeps humidity in check. Because the swamp belongs in Louisiana, not below the belt.
Rhubarb is the new kale. Just kidding, kale sucks. However, these shorts do not. Add a light colored polo some deck shoes and your favorite summer shandy and prepare to be the centerpiece of your next outdoor soiree.
Can you envision yourself shirtless in white pants atop a steed thundering down the beach? Neither can we. What we can picture though is a light, comfortable companion to your seasonal shirts and anything with a cocktail umbrella.
Twill and chill. Our Lafitte Khaki is the essential summer pant that'll pair up with anything in your closet. It's like a couple shakes of Tony Chachere's, it goes with everything (Google it, then buy some).
If you're the type that doesn't like to be ignored, our Batik sportcoat is for you. Light in fit and feel yet sturdy enough to serve as the fashionable centerpiece of your next dinner party conversation. This is one jacket that's sure to stand out.
This sportcoat takes your standard navy and drapes a veil of "check him out" all over it. Subdued with a statement, our Indigo Dot Jaquard isn't just the icing on your Saturday night cake...It's the whole damn cake. And she's gonna want a piece.