1White leg wear
Something which is a real summer classic. A hot summer and you won’t get anything more bright than white.
The Milan fashion week was the biggest promoter for white leg wear with attendees wearing cotton/linen trousers in cream/ivory.
Pair it off with a t-shirt, polo, blazer anything along with a nice pair of loafers/sneakers and you’re good to go.
They aren’t just accessories, they are sun guards. With the amount of heat that is shelled upon you everyday, these hats not only complete the attire, but protect you like nothing else.
They were all over the spring/summer circuit, being worn in different shapes and sizes.
3Double breasted blazers
The single breasted still hold the upper hand but that doesn’t kick the double sided blazers out. Stalwarts wore it out in everything from striped versions to pastel linen designs.
There does, however, seem to be a decline in men going for the full double sided breasted three piece suit, with a rather more flexible option: tailored separates.
Many opted for the far more conservative approach of taking that shirt-tie route or swapping shirts for tees and trousers/jeans.
But if you looking to be street-dressed, this is your space.
4Coloured lens sunglasses
Like a well-knotted tie or sharp shoes, your coloured lens sunglasses will make you stand out in an instant. Sunglasses, if you’re wearing one, are always the first thing anyone would notice from far off. So to make sure that first impression is the best one, you wear the best sunglasses.
Sunglasses with a complete contrast to your attire are the ones one should prefer to have an edge.
5Street wear/sports look
Talking of street wear or casual wear, it doesn’t get more casual than wearing your white t-shirts along with your shorts while donning your sneakers with sports socks.
If you want yourself to be a little less casual, go for a t-shirt with chinos rolled over with a pair of sneakers.
Remember, street-wear fashion is not a one way street.