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Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Bugatchi Clothing

Whether in the office, working remotely or off the clock, the stylish brand has you covered

by Josh Rubin for COOL HUNTING

As we approach the weekend each week our outfits begin to shift along with our frame of mind. From buttoned-up Thursdays to casual Fridays, whether we’re in an office or working remotely, our clothing expectations have changed and often align more with what we wear on our time off. The stylish menswear brand Bugatchi—through continued material innovation, as well as a unique blend of staple items and fashion-forward pieces—is one of the few ready-to-wear destinations that covers all of the requirements of this weekly cycle. To prove this point, we dove into this one-stop shop for men’s clothing and accessories, and put together three outfits which we paired with professional items we’ve already integrated into our daily lifestyle.


by Josh Rubin for COOL HUNTING

For Thursday, we dressed it up for some office time and a client meeting. Bugatchi’s collared James Solid OoohCotton Shirt paired with the brand’s dressy and comfortable Solid Flat Front Chino Pants. A tote was perfect for all of our gear for the day.

James Solid OoohCotton Shirt

Crafted from Bugatchi’s beloved proprietary OoohCotton material (which is wrinkle resistant, breathable, quick drying and offers eight-way stretch and thermal comfort), the James Solid OoohCotton Shirt ($179) looks classic but feels comfortable. Stylistically, the long-sleeved shirt features a pointed collar and a French placket along the buttons. It comes in many different patterns and solid colors, too.

Solid Flat Front Chino Pants

Made in Italy from a cotton blend that stretches for comfort, the classic Solid Flat Front Chino Pants ($179) can be dressed up or dressed down and go with the flow of your day. Plenty of pockets—angled side pockets, a coin pocket and buttoned jetted back pockets—offer enough areas to stash whatever you need on hand.

Utility Tote – Landscape – Dyneema from DSPTCH

A tote should be as light as possible, and yet still provide ample organizational tools. That’s what we’ve found with DSPTCH’s lightweight, durable and thoughtfully designed Utility Tote ($266). It’s made in the US from proprietary Dyneema Composite Fabric, as well as Ballistic Nylon with DWR coating. Inside, there’s plenty of space to store a laptop and your daily carry..


by Josh Rubin for COOL HUNTING

Fridays no longer look like they used to. For many people, there’s greater flexibility in working hours and telecommuting in (arguably even more so during summer Fridays). For work on the go, we selected Bugatchi’s Jackson Abstract Print Short Sleeve Shirt, which underscored the seasonal vibes. We complemented it with the brand’s relaxed Linen Bermuda Shorts (also available in a range of colors). To keep up with video calls from our remote workspace, we popped our iPhone into the Snap Stand Power Set from MOFT, too.

Jackson Abstract Print Short Sleeve Shirt

An elegant take on a floral shirt, Bugatchi’s Jackson Abstract Print Short Sleeve Shirt ($179) speaks to summer daydreams and supports the season’s weather, too. The latter is thanks to a material that’s a blend of viscose and linen. Aesthetically, the shirt sports a wide camp collar and incorporates genuine shell buttons. It’ll work in an office, out for dinner or a drink as well.

Linen Bermuda Shorts

Composed of 100% linen, Bugatchi’s Linen Bermuda Shorts ($139) pair a straight-leg design with an elasticized waistband, a drawstring and zipper. They service the warmer months best—or vacations all year long. They’re chic enough shorts that wearers wouldn’t mind being seen in them by a professional colleague.

Snap Stand Power Set from MOFT

Despite being slender and pocket-sized, MOFT’s Snap Stand Power Set from MOFT ($80) delivers a lot of functionality. It can act as a sleek, magnetic phone stand while simultaneously providing backup power. The minimal, faux leather set is s a three-card wallet, too.


by Josh Rubin for COOL HUNTING

A sunny weekend spent in or beside the water is one we’d consider a success. To get to the shore, we slipped into Bugatchi’s highly functional UV50+ Performance T-Shirt; for swimming we wore the brand’s playful Max Floral Swim Trunks. The perfect accessory under the sun’s rays is Utu’s SPF30 moisturizing sunscreen.

UV50+ Performance T-Shirt

From fit to functionality Bugatchi’s short-sleeved crew neck UV50+ Performance T-Shirt ($89) over-performs as an everyday basic—and while the lilac is our favorite colorway, we’d recommend snagging a few different hues. The soft, stretchy fabric provides UV50+ protection and dresses up or down alongside the rest of your outfit.

Max Floral Swim Trunks

With the pattern featured on the Max Floral Swim Trunks ($149), Bugatchi strikes the perfect balance of playfulness and sophistication. Composed of 100% comfort stretch polyester, the bathing suit is quick-dry and resistant to UV rays, chlorine, salt and sunscreen. With an elasticized waistband and a drawstring closure, as well as a breathable stretch mesh lining, it’s as functional as it is style-forward.

SPF30 Moisturizing Sunscreen

A fragrance-free, broad spectrum SPF30 Moisturizing Sunscreen ($44), Utu’s formulation aims to protect against rays but also nourish the skin. It does so with a proprietary blend of Hyaluronic acid, squalane and sea buckthorn, as well as 20% non-nano zinc oxide. The water-resistant product comes in recyclable packaging—and the brand is committed to sustainability.

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