Street Style Trends from Men’s Fashion Week SS17
Here are some notable street style trends from Men’s Fashion Week SS17.
Cuban Collar Shirts
Cuban collars are those wide-open collars that actually made a comeback in 2013 when they were seen on the SS14 runways of Missoni, Louis Vuitton and Canali. However, these shirts are only now hitting the streets. These shirts are a great change from crew neck t-shirts as they are lightweight, airy and more refined.
Denim is always in fashion and it was seen all over the catwalks in the form of jeans, overshirts, boiler suits, western jackets and more.
Designers have realized that modern day bombers are edgy. This has led to fresh takes on the classic MA-1 that vary from all over prints to variations on the souvenir jacket.
Relaxed Fit Trousers
The SS17 runways showed lightweight chinos, linen blend trousers and denim that were all looser in cut and well fitted.
The DB Jacket
The suit is not dead and appeared on the runways in just a different way. Suits were shown to be less structured spilt separates and athleisure. The double-breasted jacket still works and works well when worn open with a tee.
The T-Shirt Tuck
The t-shirt was seen to be an acceptable alternative to your Oxford button down. The only difference is that these t-shirts need to be tucked in.
Backpacks are not for every guy, but the tote that is stylish and spacious offers men a sophisticated look.
The classic shoe is not dead, but it does seem that there is a major shift towards trainers despite outfits being casual or tailored.
Men’s fashion is always slower than women’s fashion, but it does look like trends are already catching on from SS17. These street style trends are perfect for any man whether they are young or old.