Sometimes you need a little inspiration when you want to add something new to your wardrobe. There are many ways to change up your athleisure style and we’re not only talking about trying out a new sneaker silhouette. From slip dresses to sweats, we’re turning to looks that you can wear with your favorite kicks. Here are our top street trends worth trying this summer:
If it’s an actual hand-me-down or made to look like one, the best part about vintage t-shirts are how they come in different styles and you can wear them in more ways than one. Cut up, dress or cropped, there’s a vintage t-shirt for you.
Ripped jeans have been around, but now we’re seeing different styles taking on the distressed trend. Straight legged, shorts or skirts with frill, holes or a ripped up appeal is a great look for summer. A little grunge, beach and street chic.
It’s summer, so it’s understandable if you’re not always walking out of the house with a jacket. This next trend meets in the middle of comfort and style. Light layers are a perfect addition to a summer outfit when you want to make more of a fashion statement. From distressed jean jackets to track jackets, you can keep this trend sporty or chic.
This next trend is definitely one to love. Who doesn’t like a day in sweats – amiright? These days, you’ll see anything from entire tracksuits to cotton-fleece matching sets on the streets. Lately, we’ve been seeing this look with booties or heels, but something like an adidas Gazelle or Reebok Classic will also do the feet some good.
You can dress up or dress down a good slip dress, which makes this trend one of our favorites. The elegance of silky fabric with some classic sneakers like the adidas Superstar is a match made in street style heaven.
Whether it’s part of the design or you have to buy a corset belt, this trend is one that is slimming and all in the details. You can get this look with a bodycon dress, business style shirt or t-shirt dress. Match it up with your favorite sneakers and you have an outfit that’s street, modern and put together.
As much as many may have thought this trend fizzled out, it’s now being worn in a new way. Layered under denim shorts, jeans or sweatpants, this is a trend that can accentuate your waist without being uncomfortable. High waisted and adds a rock ‘n roll vibe to your street style.