Men’s Fashion Trends – Street Style Spring 2014

If you are wondering what is hot or trending in fashion for men this season, besides the runway and the stores, the street is a good place to look. Street style, or streetwear, is a category or fashion where you will see what people are really wearing, as opposed to the extremes of style that may be found on the runways or store fronts.

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For Spring 2014, the streets of Milan Italy and Paris have some new and exciting menswear fashions. First, is a casual outfit that starts with a crisp white button-down shirt and a taupe plaid vest layered over it. The whole outfit is kicked up by adding a pair of butter yellow trousers. The total look is accessorized by casual brown leather lace-ups, some skinny suspenders from JJ Suspenders, a chic brown leather watch, a coordinating sports jacket, and the perfect shades.

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Moving on to the streets of Paris, color blocking is key with this grey and ivory colored top that has a black “corsage style” adornment and is combined with a pair of slim-leg navy pants that have rolled-up cuffs. His brown leather buckle shoes and olive jacket prove that matching is not necessary, if the colors have the same tone.


Next, is a men’s street style that shows how to combine more than one pattern in an outfit. His blue geometric stripe shirt coordinates with his polka dot trousers and they are grounded with a neutral sage, double-breasted sports coat and canvas slip-on shoes. This grounding is important in keeping the patterns from looking too busy.


Lastly, is an outfit that is a turn in the “pastel” direction, which is also off the streets of Milan Italy. The light lavender, double-breasted suit is paired with rainbow colored high-tops and exemplifies a softer side of fashion. This look is a little too “candy-like” for my taste, but the suit may be a little more wearable with a light brown shirt and cognac leather loafers.

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  1. Love the idea of colour blocking, it can work anywhere. Not entirely sure however if I could pull of the yellow trousers- can’t see many men walking the streets of England so boldly dressed? – Richard