When vacation shirts surged in popularity a few years back, no one could predict just how huge the trend would become—that, four years in, they’d still be what famous guys wore to movie premieres and what regular guys wore to summer weddings. That those guys would have literally a thousand options to choose from. That Gucci and Prada would still be among those making them, and entire new brands devoted to the staple would be in the mix, too. But they’re flattering and comfortable in the way that they’re cut, all boxy and open, breezy-like, which has likely helped them stick around. And even the designer spins are just made of cheap fabrics like rayon, which means you can pick your price point with this trend—Stüssy or Dolce, same same. And they make a statement without being exceptionally hard to pull off. Also key to their staying power: a fresh new way to wear them practically every year. Read more at GQ.