Sreet style Munich - Germany
let’s face it: Most guys simply aren’t as interested in style as we are. They might enjoy the example of fashionable clothing, but rarely do they glean as much joy from shopping and following trends as women. Not to mention, options for men are pretty limited when it comes to self expression through fashion. For example, a woman can take something like a pink or red skirt and make it work at the office or out at night, while men don’t really have that luxury. So, as a result, most stick to the same old jeans and tees. However, some men do want ideas on new ways to wear things, but don’t always know where to look. Girls aren’t the only stylish bloggers, as the number of insanely dapper male-focused fashion blogs out there are growing every day, offering a variety of street style shots, shopping advice, and styling tips for guys of all tastes. I think that one of the good blogs is the one you just read this text.
For this post I wear a combination which is always modern and attractive, that you can wear to a night out, for a walk around the city, go to university, school or trip. It will still be a relaxed style, but you will nonetheless demonstrate that you are thinking about your appearance.
I wear a very thick and very practical sweater. It`s very modern, bright in color so it fits perfectly into every combination, it is excellent for traveling as well as for cold winter days. The jeans are classic and a little sorter, 7/8, without elastin, are very comfortable and sturdy. Winter cap is a striking colour but also very classic, one small detail that I think is great with the whole combination. Especially I want to introduce the sneakers. The last collection of Converse sneakers, winter collection, are very comfortable and warm. My recommendation to everyone. They are effective because of their colour and small golden details.
I really hope you like this post, follow my blog, I also welcome your comments and hope you enjoy it all. :)
cap - Tiger
Jeans - Jack&Jones
sneakers - Converse
sweater - Leif Nelson