Mens style-Street Style
Here’s some of the stylish gents we found cruising the streets.
Tailored in Taupe
Lots of great action happening here. Awesome taupe color, well-scaled pattern mixing, slim not skinny fit, sharp grooming, flattering eyewear shape… Well played, player.
A Taste of Japan Style
This is Japanese street style in its purest form. A mix of funky streetwear, bold colorful patterns, simple old-school tailoring, and worn-in Americana. All put together with a quirky “it’s better if it’s not over-thought and a little imperfect” attitude… Shout-out for that “North America” hybrid tote, too.
Pinstripes & Paisleys
Some 80’s Ralph Lauren inspiration here with the bold Wall Street stripes, the double paisley action, and the low-rider kiltie loafs. Don’t match your tie and pocket square – compliment them!
Extra points for the on-color-palette Toronto Blue Jays pin, of course.
Suit & Sneakers
Lance is an editor at Sharp Magazine who really knows his way around a suit with sneakers. At the party he rocked a mean navy DB corduroy and here he’s going with a casual cotton – with the same sneakers.
Smart & Simple
Two things made this simple casual look for me: the design of the shades and the sleeve creases on that sharp bomber.
Some Thing Never Get Old
Just a young buck doing the classic “business casual prep” look with style: navy blazer with gold buttons, contrast cutaway collar, slim khakis, brown lace-ups. I like the slim document case too…but in a beat-up brown this would have been next level.
Brand Ambassador Chic
The infamous “TO” in TO, rocking a terry cloth rugby shirt with the shrunken leather backpack from my collection with Frank Clegg. Thanks for the continued support, brother.
Nothing says “it’s finally warm out” like a seersucker jacket, faded yellow chinos and sockless cognac monkstraps…. How about the pulling together of the yellows and the consistency of those leathers! We should have taken a close-up too…the shirt is a very subtle linen polka dot chambray.
A Taste of Italy
Monsieur on the Move
En route in another seersucker jacket. Making it look easy and breezy.
The Man Who Started It All
Another great example of the power of simplicity and monochromatic palettes. You don’t need bold pieces, just a good eye for color, and accessories. Extra points for the linen knit, the retro glasses and the use of the belt strap…the tattoos give him an interesting edge as well… Anyone know this gentleman?