When you break from your daily routine and have to run your weekend errands, this look keeps you cool and comfortable. We get the desire to shred off the work vibes from your week and slip into some easy wearing, go-anywhere clothes.
One thing that has established a presence in streetwear for the last number of years is the crewneck sweatshirt . This style stepped out of the gym and onto the shoulders of men and women everywhere in a plethora of situations. The key for us with a crewneck like this is making sure the cut is on point. This Fred Perry x Raf Simons iteration isn’t your dad’s college sweatshirt. It’s a slim cut with modern detailing that stands it out amongst the ocean of athletic wear ever so purposefully. Raf puts his twist on the Fred Perry “jumper” (respects to the language of London) by adding an asymmetrical denim pocket detail. Accompanied by the Fred Perry Laurel, of course. While summer is right around the corner, you might not want to worry about your hair for the day and pop on a toque to keep the spring chill off your melon. This Norse Projects lid is a no brainer for your jaunts around the neighbourhood.
Shorts may be aggressive, but with all that running around, you might break a sweat. If you’re lucky enough to be out on one of those warmer spring days, this pair from Wings & Horns are good for previewing those pale winter calves in public. The double knit gives a soft feel with emphasis on keeping you comfortable. When it comes to the weekend errands, skip the dress shoes and throw some trainers on that will walk you across town with no issues. The Iniki runner from Adidas uses their boost technology which is as cloud like as it gets. A splash of red for colour pulls this look together by drawing focus to your kicks.