Weekly Street Style: London

Looking for style inspiration? Look no further than MFM’s latest feature. We’ve been wandering the streets of London capturing the capitals best dressed men. This week was an absolute scorcher, so take note of how these guys managed to stay super stylish, despite the stifling heat.

DAVID O’BRYAN

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We spotted David out and about on Beak St in Soho, the weather was sweltering so it was great to see a gent making the effort. We loved the pairing of a relatively smart double breasted blazer (which is worn with jeans to bring down the formality.) The rolled up black jeans with tan brogues further emphasised the relaxed feel. We also loved the glasses.

DANIEL TITCHENER

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Despite the blistering heat in East London, Daniel was spotted wearing a monochromatic look that we absolutely loved. The coated jeans from The Kooples that looked closer to leather trousers than denim paired excellently with the leather detailing on the cuffs and pockets from the oversized shirt from Ada & Nik. What better way to finish off a look than with some almighty sneakers from Rick Owens?

OLIVER PROUDLOCK

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A friend of MFM and a very stylish one at that. Proudlock’s style is always on point, maintaining a great balance between streetwear while still looking sharp. We spotted him in East London and loved his look as he paired off his Nike Air Max’s with a simple vest and jeans combo, however it’s his accessory choices that really set this one apart.  We love the jewellery, all finished off with some stunning glasses from Saint Laurent.

HARRY IRVING

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MFM’s own culture and lifestyle writer was spotted in Covent Garden, looking sharp despite the heat wave in London. Ditching the collared shirt for a simple white t shirt is working wonders for sharply dressed men all over the capital and is exactly what Mr. Irving has done here. Mixing up a suit by dropping in a different blazer is a great way to keep your wardrobe looking fresh, and finishing off with a great pair of shoes is the perfect punctuation to any outfit.

MR UNKNOWN

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We caught this super stylish gent quickly in Soho and unfortunately didn’t have time to grab his details. Pairing an unusual four button workwear style blazer with some denim and a great pair of brogues is a great look for the summer evenings as you can lose the jacket and still look great. We salute your style Mr Unknown!

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