I know I mainly talk about women’s fashion on this blog, but I have to give some credit to the boys this week as we are currently in the midst of the first ever NYFWM (New York Fashion Week: Men’s). For years men’s shows have taken place in Milan, London, and Paris, but with so many amazing men’s designers in the U.S., it seems only fitting that New York should be included. While I can’t wait to see what Public School and Rag & Bone send down the runway, I am currently lusting over the street style photos from the festivities. From stripe shirts and denim jumpsuits to ankle baring trousers and patterned jackets — the men were pulling out all the stops. So, whether you are looking to improve your man’s wardrobe or just want to update your style with a little help from the boys, scroll down to see the top street style trends from NYFWM.
The White Tee
This group of dapper young men proves that the white tee is a necessity, as is good tailoring.
It’s pretty obvious by now that espadrilles are the ‘It’ shoe of Summer 2015. So, if you don’t have a pair yet you should grab some asap.
The 90’s are here to stay! So, get out your old leather jacket, invest in some man jewelry, and give into the grunge.
Whether jeans and a tee or a luxe suit and oxfords, a neck scarf instantly updates any outfit.
It looks like Parisian inspired dressing isn’t just a thing for the girls. Laid back jumpsuits and stripe tees look just as cool on men as they do on women.
Coords have been around for a few seasons now, and by the looks of it they’re here to stay. Instead of the usual flirty shirt-and-skirt combo, why not try a blazer-and-shorts coord that’s both unisex and office apropos?
Denim on Denim
The Canadian tuxedo is having a moment; invest in interesting denim pieces to liven up the look.
Head-to-toe black is always chic.
White Sneaker + No Socks + Cuffed Pant = Street Style Success
Socks and Sandals
While it may seem counterintuitive, socks and sandals are ‘in’ as are no socks and sneakers.
Make your outfit look more expensive by adding an element of suede.
Tribal inspired button-downs were a big trend amongst the NYFWM crowd, as were Hawaiian shirts.
Loafers instantly add polish to any outfit, and they are a simple way for women to add a hint of menswear to their style.