Online menswear outlet, Stand-Out, have been looking the go-to outfits for some of the UK’s major cities based on purchase history.
The study focused on the cities of London, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh and Glasgow, with some cities seeing some similarities. It also found that most cities opted for dark wash jeans whilst Birmingham preferred light blue ripped jeans.
Let’s take a look at the cities in more detail below:
London-based outfits focused on a simple all-rounder of an outfit, with the classic Levi’s Blue 511 Slim Fit Rock Cod Jeans coupled with a plain white tee, Levi’s Blac Berkman Trucker Jacket and a pair of Converse.
This outfit is about versatility.
Liverpudlians differing from the London-based brothers opt for a dark Converse, and more lighter wash jeans.
This, coupled with the tan jacket with woollen-collar with and large print tee finish this understated yet fashionable outfit.
Lads from Bristol also like their Converse and Levi’s, but prefer to a light-pink Good For Nothing tee and jacket (though I’m sure they wouldn’t wear these together — would they!?)
We also get a little blast from the past with the standard grey Superdry hoodie. Certainly not something I would throw together and call an outfit…
More Levi’s as we head north of the border and head to Glasgow.
This time, however, they’re feeling more Nicce tee and Saucony trainer action.
Distinct lack of underwear though, lads?
Hello again to the Converse, with Mancunians loving the white All-Star.
Gym King features heavily in the North West, and isn’t that shirt a lovely colour of blue…
Finally to the Scottish capital, we have a very similar deal to London, but this time with a much more vintage aesthetic, with New Balance being the go-to trainer.
Yet, no underwear again here lads!?
While some cities are more adventurous with their style choices, one thing’s for sure, it’s looking like a great year for UK men’s fashion.