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PARIS, FRANCE - JUNE 26: A guest (L) wears gold earrings, a gold large chain pendant necklace, gold chain pendant necklace, a black / white / orange tiger print pattern shirt, a black tank-top, a pale blue satin oversized blazer jacket, matching pale blue large pants, a black shiny leather belt, a silver chain and white pearls belt, a guest (R) wears a black bob, a white sunglasses, silver earrings, a silver chain pendant necklaces, a white fishnet t-shirt, a white long sleeves t-shirt, black oversized sport shorts, royal blue legging pants from Calvin Klein, navy blue denim sleeves, outside the Thom Browne show, during Paris Fashion Week - Menswear Spring/Summer 2023, on June 26, 2022 in Paris, France. (Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty Images)

The Most Ridiculous Men’s Street Style Looks From Paris Fashion Week

Paris Fashion Week for the Spring-Summer 2023 season has just wrapped up…but the looks will have us talking for weeks to come. Fashion can often be edgy, avant-garde, and impressive…or it can be gaudy, embarrassing, and downright ugly. From what we’ve seen, this latest installment of style is definitely the latter.

Bold colors, oversized fits, man purses, and (gasp!) socks with sandals were all the rage this year, as was anything cartoonish and ’80s-influenced. Some of the most insane ensembles weren’t even the ones we saw on the runway — they were what “regular” folk with supposedly good taste wear on the street! Like a parade of eyesores, it was more than enough to make a fashionista faint.

There are so many photographs of the fashion disasters out there that no man has time to sift through them all. So we did the hard work for you, just so you could have a laugh. (And learn what not to wear.) We don’t know what happened to good ol’ white T-shirts, denim jeans, and leather jackets, but we’ll stick with that tried-and-true look, thanks.

Without further ado, here are the most ridiculous men’s street style looks from the Spring-Summer 2023 season of Paris Fashion Week.

Photo: Edward Berthelot (Getty Images)


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