When it comes to dressing for the office, we basically have a weekday uniform that doesn’t stray too far from the norm. But what about the weekends when you’re actually out doing things? Those are the days you should be looking your best, but probably have zero effort to put into your outfit. Below, we’re breaking down four easy-to-copy street style looks for those off-duty, on-the-go days.


There’s really nothing a good pair of black jeans can’t do, and this monochromatic, moto-inspired outfit is proof. At first glance, it looks totally put together, right? However, you’ll soon notice that it’s really just neutral basics you already have in your closet. Team your favorite black jeans, like this Grayson, with a white tee, leather jacket, classic wayfarers and clean kicks. You can even tie a sweatshirt around your waist if you’re looking for that extra edge.

Mens Style 1


It’s easy to get stuck in a style rut during the cold-weather seasons, wearing the same jacket or sweater countless days in a row. If you’re currently in that rut, take a cue from this guy. Start with your favorite light-wash jeans, like this Taavi, and then layer on some of your favorite winter pieces that you wouldn’t normally wear together. Don’t be afraid to mix fabrics and textures, like this cable-knit cardigan and shearling coat. It’s bold but at the same time, totally wearable.

Mens Style 2


Sometimes less is more, and if that’s your style mantra, this look is right up your alley. A dark-wash jean (like this Eddie), grey tee and beanie gives off a sleek-yet-easy vibe and works for all kinds of plans, day or night. Camera optional.

Mens Style 3


In our opinion, grey jeans don’t get enough credit. A pair like this Zac is modern, versatile and adds a much-needed variety to your denim rotation. We especially like how they’re styled here. An essential denim button-down, grey crewneck sweater and military jacket make for a polished layered look. And of course, you can’t go wrong with your go-to pair of chucks.

Mens Style 4

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