2019 is the year of streetwear. There are so many trends that come and go, but streetwear has gone from strength to strength. This clothing style is comfy, cool and really on-trend. Finding your style can be quite difficult but also really fun, it’s not about trying to copy anybody else but more about expressing who you are.
The great thing about streetwear is that it means something different to everybody who wears it and it’s so easy to make something your own. Urban streetwear trends can be as simple or elaborate as you want to make them, so if you’re wondering where to start in AW17, we have some style tips that you may enjoy.
Streetwear has been everywhere this Summer, especially on the festival scene and the Autumn and Winter seasons show no signs of it slowing down. As the seasons turn and the weather gets colder, jumper weather is around the corner. Streetwear style is all about exaggerated and oversized jumpers and hoodies with cool graphics and logos.
The retro sportswear style is more about the retro brands like Fila, Nike, Adidas and loads more too. Shopping around in vintage shops is a great way to find that cool and retro look.
The tech ware trend will come together full-scale this winter. Major streetwear brands are setting the trend with performance activated trousers, activewear tops and technical gilets to create a really cool and futuristic look for everyone to enjoy.
Neon and tie-dye have become some of the most sought-after styles, so it’s great to have a better understanding of what you need to be looking for. Not only that, but camo prints will continue to dominate the streetwear scene this fall. These are great either on cargo trousers, fleeces or tees.
Gucci shocked us all this summer with their dirty-look trainers. Love them or hate them, they have been everywhere this year. Streetwear brands have followed suit and the dirty, worn-out look will continue to be one of the biggest footwear styles for streetwear fashion into the future. Many mens urban clothing stores stock a huge range of worn-out and fresh-looking sneakers.
Edgy Continues to Grow
While clashing colours and miss-matched prints have become a huge part of streetwear fashion, edgy fashion is slowly taking over. Streetwear takes on a lot of forms, shapes and sizes as it continues to evolves and it’s certainly interesting to continue to watch this grow. Boxy, unfitted jeans, big-box cuts and big bold colours are dominating the mens streetwear clothing brands currently, but what’s to say that this will still be the case as the first snow falls!