Summer is quickly coming to an end and fall is just around the corner. This may be disappointing for the beach bums out there, but now that the weather isn’t as freakishly hot we can all finally wear layers again.
That said, to help get you prepared for the coming season, here are some of the top streetwear styles you can expect to see this fall.
Ye Olde Logos
It’s no secret logo-baring clothes have been popular for years. Recently, this logo trend has taken a turn for the vintage.
On trend right now (and what you can expect this fall) are the heritage logos and motifs from the 1980s, ’90s, and 2000s. Some of the most common logos seen sported by folks on the street include the classic flag of Tommy Hilfiger, the bold red logo of Supreme, and Burberry’s Nova check.
Pastels have been an ongoing trend this year, but it seems they’re here to stay for an unexpected winter look. Pastels have long been the color trend for spring where yellow, pink, purple, and orange are common enough in nature.
But now it seems like the pastels are here to stay even with colder weather creeping in. What’s more, these colors aren’t in the traditional places you’d expect to find them like on a jacket. Instead, they’re on boots and sneakers.
If there’s one thing street style loves to do, it’s to make a callback. This season, that callback is being made to the 1980s punk scene after experiencing the sad tweeds and neutral plaids of menswear’s past.
This season, street style is vibing with bright and bold plaid textures mixed and mingled with other patterns, colors, and textures. Wear it as a full suit, pant, or jacket this fall and you’ll be on point.
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When it comes to making a first impression, you have up to one-tenth of a second. Fashion and style play an important part in making that first impression.
Whether you’re on the hunt for Supreme merchandise as Supreme apparel, Supreme baseball caps, or skate clothing, Supreme Los Angeles has the Los Angeles streetwear you need to make a statement this fall. For more information on our Supreme merch, contact Supreme Los Angeles today.