The Menswear Spring/Summer Fashion Week provided us with a lot of inspiration, both from the runway collections and street style. The street style was as vibrant as ever, with stylish citizens and visitors from London, Paris, and Milan displaying lively colours, pieces inspired by childhood, and some traditional staples. We searched the streets for the hottest menswear trends and narrowed the results to these most loved looks and items.


Bandanas can be a simple street style trend that is easy to wear and are very boyishly charming. This trend is even more amazing. A simple bandana is all you need, and it could only cost you a few bucks. Neckerchiefs can give a playful touch to even the most basic silhouettes. They also make it easy to add more colour to your wardrobe, even if you’re not opposed to brighter colours. You can use a monochrome patterned bandana, such as a cobalt or cherry red, but make sure your knots are neat.

Seventies Revival

Street Style at Spring/Summer Fashion Week returned to the seventies in sartorial style. Rich colour palettes were the most striking street style element from the seventies. Use rusty browns or rich Bordeaux to be the focus of your outfits. You can also wear loose-fitting button-downs in dark tans and amber oranges. Many attendees saw the shows as an opportunity to show off their velvet and suede clothing. This trend can be achieved by finding pieces that pay homage to the seventies and compliment your features and colours. Don’t wear bell bottoms!

White Out

The street style trend of bold, head-to-toe white was a favourite. Although most of the men who embraced this trend opted for elaborate, oriental-inspired silhouettes for their weekend wear, there are simple ways you can channel some elements of this trend. For a more casual look, pair white jeans with a simple white t-shirt. Or wear a navy or emerald cap. For a more relaxed version of this trend, roll up your jeans. To add a little more depth to all-white’s simplicity, you can wear dark sunglasses.

Childhood Memories

The playful and whimsical trend of wearing baseball caps with childhood references on shirts, jackets, and jackets resulted from fashion week in Europe. Gents saw fashion week as a chance to showcase youthful imagery. The fun style statements that were inspired by our youth included spacecraft and astronauts and zoo animals and surfboards. For a simple way to incorporate this trend into your everyday wear, choose boyish accessories. You can think of baseball caps and over-the-ankle knitted socks in youthful prints.

Statement Bomber Jackets

Fashion Week attendees thought outside the box when choosing the colours of their bomber jackets. While black and navy are the most popular colours in street fashion, attendees distinguished themselves from other guests by wearing bolder, more vibrant colours. Bright pinks and emeralds with a lighter tone were unusual and grabbed attention. Gentlemen who want to be conservative should choose versatile colours. However, make sure your fit is young and that you have streamlined accessories.

Pyjama-inspired Pieces

A pair of great pyjamas is something you will love. This trend is not only yawn-inducing, but it’s also very stylish. Thank you to the attendees who showed us there was a way to make sleepwear work with everyday wear. Warm beige was paired with baby blue, while pastel-toned plaids and striped pieces were prominent. This comfortable trend is not something you could pull off. For a simple way to incorporate the trend, wear a loose-fitting chambray shirt in lighter colours or a striped linen shirt.

The Powder Blue Shirt

Some gents chose true light blues, while others went for lavender powder blue button-downs. There was no denying that there were many classic silhouettes. However, other powder blue shirt users also chose modern versions. These included asymmetric shoulders and dimensional detailing, as well as skinnier fittings. You can adapt powder blue shirts to corporate wear by pairing them with ties from the same colour family, such as navy or cobalt. Reds and burgundies make great colour combinations. A great-fitting powder blue shirt and streamlined chinos are ideal for casual wear. For a casual look, pair it with white sneakers or loafers.

Monochrome Prints

The monochrome prints displayed on European streets during fashion week served as a reminder of our childhood memories. Fashion Week attendees were bold, graphic, and unique. They didn’t hesitate to make bold statements using the most basic colour combinations. If you’re not as daring, you can also incorporate black and white into more classic patterns like ginghams or bold stripes. This will make your outfit more timeless but still stylish.

Vermillion Red

Vermillion red was a standout colour trend at Fashion Week. This shade of red can be very bright, and it can make a statement if chosen incorrectly. Red t-shirts are a refreshing alternative to white tees, and red sweaters can go well with dark denim. Red socks and a preppy striped tie with the shade are great options for corporate wear.

Light Wash Denim

The preferred colour was light blue, a popular choice on European streets. This trend was maintained with the favourite denim for Spring/Summer Fashion Week attendees. The denim jackets featured prominently on European streets were light and bright. Some guests dressed in light wash denim jackets in more edgy pieces such as short-sleeve mechanic coveralls or distressed jeans. Consider investing in a slightly baggy denim jacket for casual wear to go with white t-shirts and striped sweaters.