Sunday, November 16, 2014

Redefining street wear

Okay, enough with all my Halloween reminiscing. It's time to move on from my Voldemort Halloween costume, Gomez Addams look and all that, and get back to some real-world fashion. And how best to get real than with street wear!

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Sesam felt hat and sweatshirt by Études Studio.
Shirt by Lbt-Lbt.
Jacket by Alexander Wang.
Richard Pants by Robert Geller.
Shoes by MSGM.

Don't you just love how those thick-soled lace-ups go well with those cropped sweatpants? Street has become so much more than just tees, jackets, jeans, and sneakers--for which I'm glad, of course. Buttoned shirts, cropped pants, and lengthy jackets have now entered this realm. And where there used to be nothing but baseball caps, some wide-brimmed hats are now providing a welcome relief. Even dress shoes can now be street.

Take a look at a few more looks from menswear shopping site East Dane:

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Gotta love the swag here. Yes, long jackets are in.
Shirt by Theory.
Jacket by Han Kjøbenhavn.
Pants by Still Good.

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You can wear one t-shirt if you want. But who says you can't put on two?
White Flintlock t-shirt (worn under the printed tee) by Zanerobe.
Scratch print t-shirt by Carven.
Jacket by 3.1 Phillip Lim.
Pants by Public School.
Wired sneakers by Filling Pieces.

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This one here I'm digging. Love the devil-may-care attitude evident in the untucked shirt showing from under the pullover.
Midnight felt hat by Études Studio.
Pullover by Public School.
Shirt by Steven Alan.
Pants by Zanerobe.
The Generic Man low-cut sneakers from Public School.

Let's all take it to the street, shall we?


  1. the last look appears to be inspired by the amish community. simple yet elegant.


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