Street Style trends for men in the pleasant spring time and hot summer months

Street Style trends for men has seen a recent upsurge in the past few years. Here are a list of clothing and accessories that make the top ten cut of the spring and summer season street style fashion:

1. Bandanas

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Bandanas are perhaps the easiest street style trend to pull off, and they are boyishly brilliant. What makes this trend even better? All you will need is a humble bandana that could very well cost you a couple hundred rupees or less. An instant boost to the simplest of silhouettes, neckerchiefs are playful and can be an excellent opportunity to bring more colour to your wardrobe if you are a little hesitant to rock brighter shades. A great cherry red, cobalt blue or monochrome patterned bandana will do the trick, but ensure your knots are neat.

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2. Seventies Revival

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Street Style from Spring/Summer 2017 Fashion Week saw a sartorial throwback to the evocative seventies. The most appealing element from the seventies trend that emerged from street style was the rich colour palette. Try harnessing a rusty brown or rich Bordeaux as the focal point of your outfits.

Loose fitting button downs in gloomy tans or amber oranges are also great. However, it is advisable to refrain from donning bell-bottoms.

3. White Out

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Head to toe white prevailed as a favoured street style trend that was certainly bold. While most gentlemen that harnessed this trend went for more elaborate oriental-inspired silhouettes, there are simpler ways to channel elements of this trend for your weekend wear. Team white jeans with a humble white t-shirt, but throw on a navy or emerald baseball cap for a more grounded look. Roll up your jeans for a relaxed adaptation of the trend. Most of all, throw on some dark sunglasses to bring a bit more dimension to the plainness of all white.

4. Childhood Memories

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A more playful trend that emerged from the European streets during fashion week was the novel childhood references that were emblazoned on shirts, jackets and baseball caps alike. Men saw this fashion week as an opportunity to play off youthful imagery. Astronauts, spacecrafts, zoo animals, surfboards, and the like were the fun style statements with references from our younger years. To incorporate this trend in your everyday wear, opt for boyish accessories for a simple boost to the simplest of casual pieces. Think baseball caps, over the ankle knitted socks and youthful prints.

5. Statement Bomber Jackets


Black and navy bombers are featured prevalently in street style, but bolder, more vivid shades also what distinguishes attendees from other guests at Fashion shows. Light-toned emeralds and bright pinks are unexpected and grab a lot of attention. For gentlemen wanting to keep things conservative, versatile colours is a good option. But ensure that your fit is youthful, and your accompanying pieces are streamlined.

6. Pyjama Inspired Pieces

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What’s not to love about a great pair of pyjamas? This trend is yawn inducing but in all the best ways. It is a perfectly respectable to reconcile sleepwear references with our everyday wear. Baby blue teamed with warm beige features come out as prominently as striped and plaid pieces in pastel tones. Don’t think you can pull off this comfy trend? Try a loose-fitting chambray shirt in a lighter blue or a striped linen shirt for a simple incorporation of the trend.

7. The Powder Blue Shirt

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While some gents go for true light blues, others try more lavender versions of powder blue button downs. Undoubtedly, there are a sea of classic silhouettes, but other powder blue shirt wearers also opt for more modern adaptations. These come in the form of asymmetric shoulders, dimensional detailing and skinnier fits. Furthermore, for corporate wear, one may adapt powder blue shirts with ties in the same colour family. For casual wear, a great fitting powder blue shirt with streamline chinos is ideal.

8. Monochrome

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The monochrome prints which mainly feature on the European streets of fashion week are a little reminder to our memories of ‘101 Dalmatians’. Bold, graphic and unusual. Fashion Week attendees aren’t afraid to make daring statements in the most humble and basic of all the colour combinations. If you aren’t as brave, incorporate black and white in more traditional patterns, like bold stripes or ginghams which will read more classic yet perpetually stylish.

9. Vermillion Red

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Certainly one of the most attention-grabbing colour trends, vermillion red stands out as a sartorial favourite for street style entusiasts. Be careful to cherry pick which red pieces you go for, because few shades of red are very bright and seem over the top when done wrong. Vivid red t-shirts can be a nice change to our beloved white t-shirts and red sweaters are a great accompaniment to dark denim. For corporate wear, channel the trend with red socks or a preppy striped tie featuring the shade for a subtle interpretation of the trend.

10. Light Wash Denim

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Light blue is certainly a preferred colour of choice on the streets of Europe. Especially with the powder blue trend which sustains well with the favoured denim. Light and bright denim jackets are  featured heavily on the European streets. The ultimate for casual wear, invest in some slightly baggy denim jackets for easy over the shoulder accompaniments to white t-shirts or striped sweaters.

In conclusion, men’s street style trend is growing more and more popular among the youth because of the different ways in which anyone can incorporate and add their own unique style to the clothes they wear.