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10 Pieces to Buy From the “Best” Black-Owned Streetwear Brands

Streetwear has been at the forefront of men’s fashion for years, and black brands, in particular, have produced some of the best pieces you can buy to up your street style. Take a look at 10 great items you should cop from some of the top Black streetwear brands of the moment.

A good pair of classic sneakers will take you far and Off-White’s Vulcanized line gives you a clean silhouette with a twist.

A good trucker jacket is a wardrobe staple. However, this crimson, cropped version offered by Pyer Moss gives us the flare we need to amp up any look.

If you live in a colder climate, a good puffer coat is a must-have. Why not go to one of the hottest brands right now, Fear of God Essentials, for your winter weather essentials?

Why do shorts have to be a typical, often constraining fabric like denim? This cotton jersey version by A-Cold-Wall, covered in “brush strokes,” mixes the practical elements of an airy material with a heightened element of style.

Who doesn’t love a good sweatshirt for a relaxed look? However, many of them can be kind of boring. This graphic option, featuring an ode to Jazz, hits all the right notes in my book.

Although we are coming out of the pandemic, joggers are definitely here to stay. Consider this “Fly” version by Signed By McFly.

Hoodies are necessary. This “Pride” basic version in black offers the versatility one is looking for in a casual piece, with a pop of a little something extra to give it a little excitement.

Every man needs a good pair of standard sunglasses to accessorize his looks. However, why not also add a more jazzy pair to your wardrobe, like these jade green frames by Bricks and Wood?

Varsity jackets work for more than football players, and this option by Brooklyn Circus gives prep vibes without looking too high schooler.

An all-black sneaker – we all need one on our shoe rack. Fortunately, Heron Preston makes a great, clean version that you can easily wear from day to night.

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