On The Streets

The fashion pack, including Singapore-based streetstyle star, Yoyo Cao, sports oversized, athleisure-inspired separates for ultimate comfort.

And no, it’s no longer just casual, comfy tops that reign the streets. Pantsuits have made a return with an elevated relaxed style while wardrobe staples (i.e: shirts) have been reinvented for a more slouchy suiting.

Others ventured into layering loungey separates but at the same time retaining a cool, stylish look. The former paired her striped jumpsuit with a denim cover-up for a chic casual look while the latter exudes streetwear vibes by layering a patent leather trench over comfier alternatives (read: hoodie and track pants).

On The Shelves

Fashion brands too have churned out their versions of this trend.

From left: Cotton shirt, Sandro, Cotton-blend jumpsuit, Brunello Cuccinelli

Sandro’s psychedelic printed shirt features a wide neck opening for a more slouchy cut while Brunello Cuccinelli’s striped jumpsuit is great for a casual weekend and comes with a tie at the waist.

 

From left: Cotton-blend jacket, $1,625, Loewe, Nylon bomber jacket, $2,505, Vetements

Loewe’s crinkled jacket comes in a voluminous shape tempered with drawstring waist, cuffs and hem while Vetements supersized bomber lends any look an urban vibe with a heightened streetwear slant.

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