The Best Men’s Swim Shorts for Summer 2019

From Dries Van Noten, MC2 Saint Barth to Missoni


For those of you who are still patiently waiting in their office for their beachside holidays, finding the perfect summer swimsuit should be way up there on your pre-vacation to-do list. 

From poolside BBQs to rooftop parties, summer’s social calendar might be more relaxed and laid-back, but a stand-out swimsuit is a must-have if you want to flex from day-to-night.

Whether you want to make a statement with a flamboyant print or prefer something more classic like plain, Pantone-coloured shorts, our list has got you covered for every mood. MILLE rounds up five of the best men’s swimsuits to kick off your summer break in style. 

Dries Van Noten Navy & Pink Phibbs Swim Shorts

Dries Van Noten Navy & Pink Phibbs Swim ShortsIf you’re someone who follows trends, then your summer wardrobe is obviously going to include tie-dye this season. But if you’re not into the Woodstock vibes, we’ve got your back. Renowned for his unique take on casual chic, characterised by colourful palettes and relaxed silhouettes, Dries Van Noten’s contemporary reinterpretation of tie-dye is just what you need.


Missoni Zig-Zag Print Swim Shorts

Missoni Zig-Zag Print Swim ShortsFor those of you who want to travel to 1960’s Italy for the holidays, channel your best Mediterranean allure with a classic Missoni statement swim trunk.


Amir Slama Foliage Print Swim Short

Amir Slama Foliage Print Swim ShortCraving that tropical vacay you can’t bring yourself to book? Brazilian designer Amir Slama came up with a solution with this colourful fauna-printed swimsuit that will give you the perfect floral look. 


Timo Trunks Tiger Print Drawstring Swim Shorts

Timo Trunks Tiger Print Drawstring Swim ShortsWe love Timo Trunk’s free-flowing prints and illustrations that will bring spiritual energy to your summer closet.


MC2 Saint Barth Pantone Trucks

MC2 Saint Barth Pantone Trucks2019 Instagram feeds have been literally covered with shades of lilac and it seems like this year’s colour du jour isn’t going anywhere yet. So ditch pink this summer, lay down and look at life through a lilac-tinted lens.



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