As we transition into the warmer season, this week’s roundup of the best street style on Instagram sees more staple outfits that focus on versatility and simple, clean fits. Emphasis on layering and lighter hues such as pastel pink usher in summer vibes, while black and white or fully monochrome outfits keep things sleek, classic and refined. In terms of trends, streetwear enthusiasts tone down the bold logo approach and opt for more statement-making patterns and material textures such as plaid, denim and suede. For accessories, there’s a strong presence of hats coming in a variety of styles and less sight of hoodies and dad caps.
London’s OG streetwear-dad and fruit vendor Lance Walsh wears the new Supreme x Nike Air More Uptempos with some bold red flannel pants to spruce up his otherwise all-black outfit. Plenty of layering and mixing of materials make for a functional and stylish outfit.
This bold outfit champions exaggerated proportions with a love for denim and straps. A neutral light indigo/gray color scheme is broken up by neon yellow, red and green straps at the center. A hoodie layered underneath and two large sports duffel bags round out the eye-catching look.
Although we’re seeing less branding-focused outfits, Leo Mandella isn’t Gullyguyleo without his Supreme pieces. This time, Leo keeps it pure and simple with a pastel color palette and a combination of essential streetwear pieces: a denim trucker jacket, track pants, Air Force 1‘s and a beanie.
Young streetwear enthusiast Daniel hits on many classic elements in this outfit, which consists of a brick-red puffer jacket, a Haymarket check hat, his favorite flame pants and some simple white Converse hi-tops. Bold use of color and print is balanced by a clean silhouette.
This textbook outfit executes retro minimalism to perfection for an easy, timeless look. A newsboy hat, blouson jacket, slacks and Converse All-Stars put a subtle spin on your standard black and white outfit.
A$AP Rocky pairs a camel coat covered in stripes of color with a white do-rag, yellow-tinted glasses and Air Jordan 1‘s for an interesting mix of classic menswear and streetwear pieces.
This outfit channels the ’90s with a No Doubt merch Tee paired with the recent Alexander Wang x adidas Originals track pants. But it’s the brazen accessories — a facial mask, belt choker necklace and leather print cap — that complete the look.
Bright hues, a striped T-shirt and loose fits define summer dressing. This look keeps it low-key on the top and all out on the feet by pairing the super hyped neon ACRONYM x Nike Air Presto with Vetements crew socks.
This take on the staple black and white outfit goes heavy with the layering. But unlike the standard shirt, fleece, jacket combination, this outfit makes layering several outerwear pieces at once work by slightly adjusting the collars.
This almost monochrome outfit mixes a vintage brown suede flight jacket, olive Paul Smith pants, powder pink Acne Studios sneakers and a black bowler hat for a casual but put-together look.
The workwear trend is still strong. This all-black look layers a pair of quintessential overalls over a long-sleeve shirt for a refreshing look free of forced styling and branding.
Accessories can make a basic outfit unique. Here we see patterns and textures such as stripes, polka dots and knit add dimension via hats, socks, watches and sunglasses to an otherwise simple silhouette.