As 13 June looms nearer, we’re all feeling a little restless and ready to reclaim our summer.

Mr Porter, ever the discerning source for luxury men’s fashion, wants you to be well-dressed for that moment. Or it just happened to launch a massive sale to help you to achieve that. The online retailer is now offering Spring/Summer 2021 styles from brands like Balenciaga, Comme des Garçons and Maison Margiela at up to 50 per cent off. Need we say more?

Now, you can spend hours scrolling through thousands of pieces spanning casual shirts, sneakers, slides, sunglasses, jewellery, and even luxury watches, letting your favourite finds be snapped up by everyone else. Or you can look to our round-up of the best pieces under S$300 from the Mr Porter sale, which will pretty much cover all your style needs this season. That includes your return to the office, your beachside getaways and even your newly pledged commitment to a hot goth summer.

Shop our top picks below and thank us later.

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Tie-dye tees are still totally rad, bro. Nike’s version is streaked with pool blues, pastel pinks and purples. Amidst the trippy pattern, you’ll spot an embroidered Swoosh on the top right of the shirt. Let loose and pair this breezy top with your favourite casual shorts.

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Price
S$44
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Tyler, the Creator’s playful aesthetic is perfect for the summer, and so are these Converse Chucks that he has designed. The denim high-tops are decorated with rainbow polka-dots that are as much fun as you’ll have once Phase 2 is over again.

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Price
S$84
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This shirt brings two legends together: Comme des Garçons’ Rei Kawakubo, and New York graffiti artist Futura. Fans of the latter will appreciate his colourful artwork splashed on the front of this shirt, which has been ingeniously panelled by Kawakubo to give the T-shirt a whole new look.

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Price
S$88
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4

You’ll need a new pair of swim shorts to hit the beach with. These Hugo Boss ones are hard to pass up on with their bright, tropical print and quick-drying fabric.

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Price
S$43
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They may not be Nike’s most familiar style, but the Daybreak sneakers can still hold their own in any sneakerhead’s collection. Originally released in 1979, these sneakers boast vintage details like a streamlined silhouette and rubber waffle outsoles. You’ll stand out even more thanks to this vivid colour combination.

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Price
S$84
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If you’ve been holding off on getting yet another Carhartt shirt, here’s your chance to indulge yourself. This sweatshirt is boldly branded with a logo on the front, so everyone will know you have the freshest fit in the room. And you’ll feel fresh, too, thanks to that airy cotton-jersey fabric.

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Price
S$59
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7

It’s the plain white tee that wasn’t: Maison Margiela has stamped this shirt with its washing instructions, giving you a reason to leave it tucked out over your trousers. The tee is one of the many vintage-inspired wardrobe staples that now make up the brand’s 1CÔN line, and it’s incredibly versatile. Pair it with your Tabi sneakers for best results.

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Price
S$155
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8

You can run a mile in these ’70s marathon shoes by the Three Stripes. Or you could just walk, so everyone else can take in how clean the sneakers are, from their soft suede overlays and navy leather stripes to those bouncy rubber soles.

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Price
S$82
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9

Spread some good vibes this summer with this hoodie by Casablanca. The French-Moroccan menswear label has embroidered it with a positive slogan (“good new days”) against an uplifting shade of blue. The optimism is matched with comfort; the hoodie is crafted from organic cotton-jersey that feels like a hug when you wear it.

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Price
S$263
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Planning on having a hot goth summer? Undercover has your back. The Japanese label took inspiration from Akira Kurosawa’s iconic samurai film, Throne of Blood, in coming up with this eerie hoodie emblazoned with the slogan “Evil Spirits”. You can keep an eye (or six) out as you sport this loopback cotton top with a pair of jeans.

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Price
S$199
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11

You’ll hardly need a memento mori in the times we live in, so the purpose that this Alexander McQueen ring serves is more ornamental than philosophical. It features a skull — a key McQueen motif — split in half with snakes along the band, all cast in Italy from a piece of from gunmetal-tone brass. Wear it to add an edge to your outfit.

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Price
S$176
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12

A key trick to looking as cool as a Balenciaga model is sporting one of the brand’s distinctive shades. Not even their aviators are boring, as this pair proves. It boasts a sleek metal frame accented with green acetate to match those bold lenses. Everyone else will know it’s Balenciaga from the branded rubber tabs on the temples.

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Price
S$226
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For your eventual return to the office, you’ll want to make sure you have one or two of this in your wardrobe. Not only is Ermenegildo Zegna a master of stylish menswear, but the Italian label knows its fabrics well. This shirt is cut from a lightweight blend of slubbed linen and cotton, so you can look smart without breaking a sweat.

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Price
S$236
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14

Upgrade your sandals game with these braided Birkenstocks known as Tallahassee. You don’t see them around as much because they were introduced in the ’90s, but Birkenstock has specially reissued them as part of a project with Central Saint Martins. They feel just the same as your favourite Arizona sandals, being made of full-grain leather and sporting  moulded footbeds.

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Price
S$293
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Pameyla Cambe
Senior Writer
Pameyla Cambe is a fashion and jewellery writer who believes that style and substance shouldn't be mutually exclusive. She makes sense of the world through Gothic novels, horror films and music. Lots of music.