Summer Street Trends


As we’ve recently been lucky to have reasonably good weather, there seems no better time for us to have a look at some of the street trends you need to know. These are all fresh from fashion week, but luckily you can achieve these looks without the designer price tag.

Wide Collared Shirts

In the recent past, it had been all about fitted jeans, fitted shirts and those muscle fit t-shirts, yet times are changing. It is apparent that styles are gradually becoming looser and are beginning to dominate fashion weeks. If you want to be bang on trend and are looking for a slightly more casual look, the wide collar may be a great venture for you into high fashion menswear.

Sports Luxe

This sports trend has been around for decades now and it looks like it isn’t going away. Since the 70’s and 80’s there became a blur between sportswear and street style, and ever since this nostalgic trend has stuck around. In the past few years specifically, retro sports wear has made a comeback, but now it is once again breaking boundaries. Some of the world’s leading fashion designers are creating couture looks by teaming joggers with a smart shirt and formal footwear. Others are being more traditional and simply showcasing designer tracksuits, so depending on your style it’s completely up to you how you want to mix up your wardrobe to fit this summer trend.


Many people think that camo is a trend that has come and gone, but once again it is making a comeback and it doesn’t look like it’s going away anytime soon. Camo clothing can be considered less of a trend and more of a design that is re-updated each year and is a staple piece for every man’s wardrobe. Keep it simple with your camo t-shirt, make it an accessory with a simple backpack or go all out with a camo jacket. Looking at fashion week, it seems green is up there in the most popular colour this year.

Lightweight Parkas

Living in the UK, it is fair to see everyone needs a parka in their wardrobe. Yet, many people associate this with a big, bulky number that you would melt in over summer. So for those muggy days when you need a bit of protection from the elements, you can’t go wrong with a lightweight parka. These designs are much lighter and so are suitable throughout spring and summer, and so if you’re in need of a lightweight jacket and something slightly more dressy, this is for you.  Check out these vegan insulated jackets and parkas!


Article by Jessica Sullivan:  Freelance Writer

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