Luxury streetwear fashion isn’t the first choice for everyone, the idea of spending over £100 on a plain t-shirt can seem crazy. However, streetwear can still be your chosen style without the price tag, streetwear is both a style and attitude toward clothing, wanting to wear a what would usually be seen as a relaxed style more intentionally. Here’s a look at brands that are offering streetwear for a reasonable price without compromising their quality.
A streetwear brand offering a collection of caps, jeans and tracksuits with their signature JC logo on them. The brand has become a sensation and has hit the high street with a vast range of summer essentials, so whether you need a pair of swim shorts or branded jumpers, Jameson Carter has it covered.
Fresh Ego Kid
Making a massive statement with the scribble text and unique name, The Fresh Ego Kid is easily recognisable. The range has grown from a collection of new era hats to large graphic tops can an assortment s of colours. The brand offers a fair price for the label, and the detail gone into the products designs is arguably much more noticeable than the luxury labels charging at least double the price.
A brand that looks to embrace the summer all year round. Nuevo Club a relaxed style of clothing that has a fitted design to show its premium edge compared to other brands. The brand offers a lot of variations in colours with pink, yellow and stone standing out when looking at other brands. Nuevo’s design is also a scribbled signature on the clothing, but it’s much harder to spot when compared to the previously mentioned streetwear influences, which might make you think this is a subtler brand for the incognito wearer.
Il Sarto is the perfect blend between sports luxe and streetwear. The retro track tops are currently a fan favourite, and its unique details on each piece will make you wonder why it’s not categorised with some of the more luxury designers. The brand switches its branding between bold defining print and a signature style to give their customer a variation when they want to invest more in the designers clothing. A complete variety of tracksuits, shorts and caps can be picked from, and it’s a perfect brand to wear in the summer.
All these designers ranges vary from £20 to £80 RRP, which is at least half of the price you can spend on other brand and struggle to commit to a purchase. If you’re still unsure of what style you’re looking for and whether you think a mens full tracksuit is something you could wear daily, trying of one of these brands is worthwhile before you invest in some of the more luxury brands.