Brazil produces lots of exciting stuff, like delicious cachaca, beautiful women, and the nuts that keep them happy. For another Brazilian export, check out Osklen.
Set in a clean, sand-toned boutique with weathered wood accents, Osklen's slinging Brazilian manufactured/designed gear that's all about laid-back attitude, offering hot-weather-friendly casual wear from their latest collection named Samba -- in honor of the Brazilian musical genre, not the shoes you begged mom for in 6th grade, before realizing that looking like you play soccer isn't cool. Shirtwise, there's a collection of tees in a textured cotton that looks like it's been worn thin, with graphics like 70s-ish surf images or slogans like "Surf/Art/Life", plus buttondowns like the Laise Travel Shirt, which is essentially an all-white cowboy affair in really thin linen, and the Mini Floral Smoking shirt in soft cotton with micro pleats down the chest (like a tux shirt), and printed with tiny gray buds, which is what all your friends will be when you're old, and looking through the wrong end of binoculars. For your bottom half, there're pants like tapered summer-weight jeans that're kinda baggy up top and tight at the ankle, classy linen slacks, and an array of board shorts, like one pair that up close is just a bunch of little slashes that form tropical leaves when seen from farther away, and another with little dots that keep getting bigger and bigger, which luckily doesn't happen with your Dots at the movie theater, or you'd never get them out of your teeth.
Osklen's also got casual retro-ish sneakers perfect for doing absolutely nothing on a beach or boat, Gilligan-style hats with portholes for ventilation, and even books, like Rio De Janeiro by photog Mario Testino, who traveled there to capture all kinds of pretty peeps half naked or more, as nuts as that sounds.