Orlebar Brown’s Summer Selections

What to add to your wardrobe before the season is out.

By Robb Report Staff 25/01/2022

Summer and style go hand in hand in Australia with a firm want for garments that are elevated enough for a drink in a swanky beachside bar while delivering the substance to handle the surf.

Orlebar Brown offers just that with founder of the label Adam Brown listing his personal summer must-haves below.

Terry Towelling Resort Polo Shirt

The ‘blue smoke’ Orlebar Brown polo is the embodiment of the label. With its super-soft terry towelling fabric and a neat fit that is tailored without feeling snug it is the ideal combination of vintage aesthetic and modern styling.

Buy here; $245

Bulldog ‘Island Life’ Swim Short

These bold Bulldog shorts from Orlebar Brown offer the label’s signature mid-length fit. The printed recycled polyester woven short features a nickel-effect concealed snap closure, adjustable branded nickel-effect side fastener.

Buy here; $475

Elroy Robe

The final word on your holiday style is this navy Elroy robe. Made from heavy pile cotton towelling it’s a comfortable, classic piece fitted with a shawl collar, hip pockets and tying waist elevated by contract piping.

Buy here; $445

Mason Stripe Beach Bag

The ultimate beach, or poolside accessory – the Mason tote bag boasts a printed logo of multicoloured horizontal stripes and the Orlebar Brown nameplate imprinted on the side. There’s function to the form with internal and external pockets alongside a detachable wet bag to store your swimwear. Smart.

Buy here; $575

Irwin Hat

Protect your neck, and your head with this green Irwin hat. The Boonie style design is crafted from cotton twill with stitched eyelets and an adjustable chin cord. The ‘lizard’ green adds a rugged edge to the hat that is internally lined with towelling.

Buy here; $185


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