Got nothing to wear again? Want to wear something stylish yet comfortable? Looking for ways to dress like your age? Street fashion answers these “problems” with ensembles that are easy to put together and pull off.
Layer it up
Wearing multiple clothing in this sizzling temperature might be a bad idea, but summer doesn’t mean you can no longer layer. Opt for light undershirts and blouses and pair them with cover-up in light material as well. For those working in offices whose air conditioners are set to “ice-cold,” go for bomber jackets or sweaters that you can take off once you go outside.
(On Him: Stanley top, Forever21 jacket, Saucony Shadow Original in balsam; On Her: Urban Hour denim shorts, Saucony Jazz Original in charcoal/gray)
Keep it cropped
For summer- and street-appropriate outfits, look for tops and bottoms with cropped hemlines—or better yet, just fold them up, which you can do with pants. When done right, shorter and folded hemlines instantly make ordinary pairing look better and the wearer much taller.
(On Him: Stanley top, H&M pants, Saucony Jazz Original Denim in blue; On Her: Topshop lace top, Urban Hour skirt, Saucony Jazz Original Denim in off white)
Try muted hues
In the sea of bright and pastel colors of summer, go the other way and opt for ensembles in muted hues to exude a cool and nondescript street look.
(On Him: Mossimo jacket, H&M pants, Saucony Jazz Low Pro in green; On Her: Urban Hour clothes, Saucony Shadow Original in plum)
Add a pop of color
If your style leans on the fun side, don’t hesitate to add a splash of color or quirk in your look. But remember the keyword: “add” which means, don’t overdo it to keep it stylish. Wear a jacket or shoes in bright and bold color or wear socks or scarves with fun prints.
(On Him: H&M pique shirt and pants, Chino Hernandez yellow jacket, Saucony Shadow Original in red; On Her: Saucony Shadow Original in purple)