Men's tracksuit bottoms
Street-style fans, this is your moment! The men's fashion of spring summer 2019 is inspired by the sporty and trendy style of American rappers or international sports stars, which the designers celebrate through the creation of very special brand-new tracksuit bottoms.
On catwalks jogging pants become unique and original
Men's collections are becoming increasingly creative and experimental. Looking for novelties and new sources of inspiration, the trendiest fashion designers look into the sporty wardrobe to find the coolest pieces for a unique style. That’s why, for the spring summer 2019, they elected the casual and sporty style as prince of the catwalks, creating ever more beautiful, special and refined collections of tracksuit pants. Some of these trousers don’t seem born for jogging only, in fact in many fashion shows we’ve seen fleece models with tailored details, like those by Ermenegildo Zegna, with buttons closure on the leg’s bottom, or those by Marni, which have the front zip closure typical of the classic tailored trousers. There are models that match the typical sporty line of track pants with traditional male fabrics, like those designed by Stella McCartney, which mix Prince of Wales with sidebands. Among the most cutting-edge sporty pants there are those enormous, with side buttons, created by Rick Owens and those very street-style style, with oversized proportions, proposed by Woolrich. Great return also for the underground-style low-crotch tracksuit bottoms designed by Dsquared2, Ann Demeulemeester, Damir Doma and Neil Barrett.
Pockets and side bands for the sportier trousers
The fleece, nylon and cotton track pants were born to practice sports in the gym or outdoors and even in this season the most fashionable proposals don’t forget this original purpose. To be trendy even in the moments we taking care of our body, there are the most sporty jogging pants. For the warmer summer days the ideal is to choose a short model, which could be in jersey like that by Alexander McQueen, in heavy cotton with contrast top-stitching like that by GCDS or in white, one of the trendiest colors of the season, like those proposed by Valentino and Moschino. The sidebands are one of the most traditional elements of jogging pants, now interpreted in 80s style by M.S.G.M., Iceberg, Plein Sport e Calvin Klein. The classic fleece or nylon tracksuit trousers are just decorated with embroidered logo and drawstring closures for Burberry and Marcelo Burlon. Utility style also influenced leisure time, with multi-pockets models by Z Zegna, military green shades by Maison Margiela and Dsquared2, or stretch cotton versions with colored patch decorations and fluorescent details by Dolce & Gabbana. For who wants a versatile look adaptable both for indoor and outdoor activities, there are the convertible pants created by GCDS, which through zip can become shorts, three-quarter-length or long trousers.
Give a boost of energy to the sporty style with the colors of summer 2019
Color is the fundamental element of men's summer fashion, brightening up the sporty wardrobe with special effects and beautiful prints:
- For who loves bright colors there are the neon shades of Adidas Y-3 Maison Margiela M.S.G.M.
- 70s-style tie-dye techniques for 3.1 Phillip Lim
- A color-block effect for Craig Green's avant-garde trousers, but also for the more traditional track pants by Z Zegna
- Washed out effects for the cotton fleece pants by A-Cold-Wall
- A touch of elegance for the burgundy jogging pants that Pal Zileri combines with the double-breasted blazer
- Pringle of Scotland creates an interesting version of its iconic diamonds, using them instead of the classic side bands for luxury tracksuit bottoms
- 80s graphics for the cropped jogging pants designed by Versace
- Among the most popular prints there are those following the logo-mania trend, as for example we could see in the collections of Moschino and Givenchy
- The newest fancy prints are unique and special, like the psychedelic flowers created by Loewe or the colorful patterns inspired by sci-fi stories designed by Marcelo Burlon