There are few better places to watch a Grand Prix, then Monaco. Lined with historic casino's, ultra-posh restaurants and uber-expensive yachts. This tax haven is a playground for the (super) rich.

Leave the private jet at home, and get around by yacht or helicopter.

Whether your staying at the renowned Hotel Hermitage or onboard your own mega-yacht, be sure to be well dressed at all times.

Monaco fronts the Mediterranean sea, so you'll notice a strong nautic style. Oversized linen shirts are essential. Worn in bright colours, with tailored linen trousers or shorts. Mix it all up with some leather bracelets, loafers (and your oversized gold watch of course).

Whilst we might not enjoy the same tax-free lifestyle at home (or the fast cars and helicopters), we can certainly follow the classic European style this summer. Along with champagne filled afternoons!

Whether your at the Yacht Club or enjoying some time off along the coast, make the effort to look your best. This refined casual style not only looks great, but is also incredibly easy to master.

Linen Shirts are a must

White Linen Shirt | Mens Fashion in Monaco

Besides the versatile white, brown and neutral options; experiment with some pastel colours (please avoid fluros!). Light blues and soft reds are a nice way to add some colour to your outfit. If you're more comfortable with this style, wear a patterned or printed shirt. A soft stripe is an easy way to wear colour and pattern. Remember this shirt is not for the bar, so you can afford to wear it loose and oversized.

You'll thank us on those hot days!

Men's White Linen Shirt
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Men's Baby Blue Linen Shirt

Jeans and Chino Pants

Mens Jeans and Chino Pants | What to Wear When Travelling

Reactor Light Blue Jeans

Whilst there are no shortage of options, achieve this style by pairing them with your favourite denim jeans. Alternatively for a true Monaco-style outfit, white linen trousers will work with just about any shirt (plus they're incredibly light and comfortable). On the warmer days try a tailored pair of shorts. Depending on the colour of your shirt, we suggest experimenting with some bright coloured shorts. When worn with a white linen shirt, a bright red, blue or even orange pair of shorts looks very sophisticated.

Finally, and just as important the shoes and accessories. Complete the look with a comfortable pair of summer loafers or driving shoes. Again depending on the colour of your outfit, we suggest trying some colours. Leather bracelets on your right wrist, and a ultra-smart watch on your left.

For dressier functions, add a sport jacket. Again colour is great, just be careful not to go overboard with too many colours. If you run into any trouble, keep your shirt and pants neutral and add a coloured blazer. Alternatively opt for a navy blazer, and add a pastel coloured shirt and bold tie.

Carry this style with colour, and don't be afraid to be different.

Above all, have fun and wear it comfortably.