Street Styled | Best Dressed Men In Paris | Men's Fashion (2023)


Street Styled, Paris style. Seeing what winter fashion the men of Paris are wearing. Which guy has the best style? Comment below!
Check out the L’Artisan Parfumeur fragrances here: See my 3 favourite fragrances below.

See the looks for the 8 guys below! What kind of men’s fashion are you into? Which look was your favourite from the men in this video? Has it given you ideas on what to wear? Let me know in the comments!

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More guys and outfits here:


— Coat from Fred Perry - [similar styles]
Mr Porter -

— Blue roll neck -
Cashmere -


— Ace & Tate glasses -
Yellow sunglasses [similar] -

— Camouflage jacket [similar] -

— Nike Jordan trainers -


— Shearling coat [similar] -
River Island -

— Long sleeve Breton [similar] -


See how to get Mickael’s look here:

— Gucci puffer -
[More Gucci coats and jackets here -]

— Dolce & Gabbana sneakers -


— Long puffer jacket [similar] -
The North Face -
Pull & Bear -
Bershka -
Visvim -
Loro Piana -


-- Sandro overcoat - [similar]
Mr Porter -

-- Black cross body bag [similar] -
Urban Outfitters -

-- Vans - Checkerboard -
Urban Outfitters -


— A.P.C. overcoat [past season]. Similar here -

— Blue roll neck -

— Wide legged denim -

— Black gloves [similar] -

— Trainer boots -

— Mulberry bag -


Pre-styler - Bumble and bumble Tonic Lotion Primer -
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Styled with Shear Revival Northern Lights Matte Paste -


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I’m Robin James. My YouTube channel is a destination for men’s style, lifestyle and grooming.
I make videos showing how to achieve different hairstyles and haircuts; exploring grooming products; and showcasing men’s seasonal and trend led style and fashion.


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Fancy a trip? This is Street, Styled!, Hi, guys.

How are you? Im Robin,? Welcome back to my YouTube channel; and welcome to Street Styled..., The series that sees me out of the office and onto the street to see what guys are wearing, what they’ve got in their hair; and what grooming products they’re using.

Now, I, thought.

Let’s go big.

Let’s go to the city of style, the city of love.

It’s, Paris!, Excuse, me, I, love.

Your look., You, look, amazing.

Can, I.


You very quickly about your style? What’s, your name?, Ladislas., Ladislas!, lovely to meet you.


Look, amazing.

I saw you from across there, and I.

Thought, I have got to talk to him.


This coat from?, My, coat? Ah.

It came from Fred, Perry., In, winter.

It’s important to have a good coat., It’s, beautiful., And.

What about your roll neck? This?, I, stole it from my uncle! It’s, a blue, pullover, cashmere., It’s, beautiful., Though.

Your poor uncle is looking for his jumper.

And you’re wearing it! You, look, absolutely amazing.

So, thank you very much for stopping.

Nice to meet you.

I’ve stopped you because as a group, you’ve got great style.

Tell me about what you’re wearing? Thank, you., So, some basics.

Mostly Adidas.

Then some Uniqlo.

And a little bit of Ace &, Tate., I, love.

Those glasses! They look cool on you.

And, you’ve wrapped, up.

It’s, obviously very cold in Paris, today.

Yes, of course.

We’ve just arrived from Malaysia.

We had breakfast.

And now we’re here, meeting you.

It’s, a pleasure to see you.


Thank you.

And you?, Boots and military, style., Nike, Jordan, everything black., Casual, style., I’m from Warsaw.

You’re from Warsaw.

So you’re used to the cold.

Just very quickly.

What do you like about Paris and style? Here? The, easy-peasy, chicness., Easy-peasy, chicness.

That is very good! Well.

Thank you very much.

Really, nice to meet you.

Now style.

Isn’t just about how we look.

It’s also about how we feel; and fragrance plays a huge part in that.


This is the perfect pairing for Street Styled in Paris.

This is L’Artisan Parfumeur, a Parisian fragrance brand who have made their way across to the UK and further afield.

Now I’ve, picked out three of my favourite fragrances to create the perfect styling.


There’s a fragrance for everyone and I’ve, linked them below in the description.

So you can see where to buy them online and also in store.

But, 3 of my favourites include one of my most complimented, which is Noir Exquis.

You saw this in a previous video.

But this one is all about confectionary.

It’s got notes of coffee, glazed, chestnuts and maple syrup.

And it smells good enough to eat! Now.

Next up is a classic.

It’s, actually a remake of a classic.

And this one is Mure, Et, Musc, Extreme., Now, Mure, Et Musc was actually their first ever fragrance.

But this one is stronger, it sits so well on the skin and it smells.

So fresh.

It’s got notes of blackberry, musk and red berries.

Perfect for a guy that likes to make a style statement, but not be too overpowering.


Third on my list is Fou D’Absinth.


This is a woody fragrance that evokes wild nights at the Moulin Rouge.

It’s got notes of patchouli, pine needles and star anise;.

And a little fact for you here, Absinthe was the drink of Bohemian Paris.

So we’re definitely in the right place for this.

Click down below to see where you can shop online for the fragrances; and also where you can smell them in store.

I love.

Your look, I had to stop you.

Tell me what you’re wearing.

This is a coat.

My father bought in the 70s.

This is Uniqlo, I think;.

These are Portuguese boots, leather, a brand called Selected;.

And this is from Petit Bateau.

I, love your look and I.

Absolutely love.

This coat.

Where’s, good to shop? Where’s, good to pick up products? Is there, a favourite area? To, shop? I would say, Le, Marais., We’re going to be doing a little tour all of today to see the best dressed men in the city.

So we stopped you.

We just had to.


Thank you very much for stopping.

I’m going after him., Excuse, me!, Excuse, me, Sir., I, love.

Your style.

What was your name? Mickael, Mickael, nice to meet you.

I like your coat.

Tell me.

You’re a guy that likes designer labels, yes?, I, really like designer., I, really like fashion., Who’s, your favourite designer?, My, favourite, designer., I, really like Virgil, Abloh., I, love his style.


He’s in Louis Vuitton.

So I will look there.


You follow the designer, you like what they do.


It’s Louis Vuitton that you’ll now be looking towards.

And, tell me about your shoes? They’re, Dolce, &, Gabbana, You have a very expensive wardrobe.


Wish I was wearing what you’ve got.

Paris is so chic.

What I’ve really noticed is that a lot of the guys have got such classic styles.

Stuff that I really like too., Nothing, too garish.


We’ve seen some big designers., But key pieces and good basics.


Your name? My name is Joel.

Hi guys.

Nice to meet you.


Where are you from? I’m from Paris, but I live in Belgium.

You live in Belgium.

But you’re a Parisian.

A, local, boy., Yes., Exactly.

Tell me about your look.


It’s a vintage shirt I found in a thrift shop in Australia.

Puffer jacket from Aime Leon, Dore versus Woolrich;.

And a pair of denim I found in Tokyo.

You’ve, literally travelled the world to put an outfit, together.

Exactly, and I’m here for two days, back to Antwerp, then Stockholm; and a bit of travel across South East Asia over the next couple of months.

And, what’s makes Paris and its sense of style.

Unique? It’s just Paris.


It’s us.

It’s the city.

It’s the vibe.

It’s the light.

It’s the architecture.

And that little ‘je ne, sais, quoi’., Kinda, a snobby thing.


There was a saying, “If.

You don’t know where it is because you don’t have to.” I mean.

It’s horrible said like that.

But somehow it gives Paris something really special and unique.


You know, a brand called L’Artisan Parfumeur?, L’Artisan, Parfumeur?, It’s, just around the corner.



Do you think of the brand? I love it and I used to wear Premier Figuier.


We’ve got Mure Et, Musc, Extreme…, Mure, Et Musc is like one of my favourites.

For me.

It’s like a childhood memory., Really., I, love, that., It’s.

All about fragrance, isn’t it.

It’s so evocative.

And it takes you back to those memories.


It’s like you close your eyes and you’re brought back to.

I don’t know, a garden, a bouquet, a kiss, memories in the kitchen with your mother.


It’s about this.

I, love, that.

You have such a way words.

So, thank you very much.

You’Re, welcome., Thank, you., Okay.

So this is Le Marais., Chic, little boutiques and coffee shops., And, I’ve seen a guy with two dogs with two jackets going in…, no, stop!, Love, your look, I just had to chase.

You shouting, “stop!”.

We can go here.

What’s, your name?, Christophe., Christophe.

Nice to meet you.

I’M, Robin., I’ve stopped you because I like your look., Thank, you., Tell me.

What are you wearing?? This is a Sandro coat.


This is form.


This is a cashmere pullover.

I don’t know where it’s from.


These are from Bellerose.

And then some Vans.



Tell me about the crossover bag? Ah.

This is from Urban Outfitters.

I like your full look.

I feel like you’ve paired.

This all perfectly.

Where are you from? Paris.

You’re from Paris.

And, tell me about the dogs.


Dogs are super-cute.

What are their names? Alpha.

The white one and Oiyshi, the black one.


You have a sort of style that you like, a person that you look to or a favourite designer? I like to mix styles.

And like today, I like to wear sports outfit;.

And maybe tomorrow I’ll go more classic;.

And then maybe the day after sportswear., I don’t know.


Thank you very much for stopping.

Sorry for running after you, especially when you’re listening to music.

Sun is going down.

It’s getting very cold.

We’ve had a gorgeous day in Paris with Street Styled.

I love.

It here.

Style is on point.

It’s the city of love, I’m feeling full of romance;, needing a glass of wine, obviously red and French! But.

Thank you very much for watching.

I, really hope.

You’ve enjoyed this one.


Your suggestions coming.


Would you like us to go with Street Styled? Let’s see if we can make it happen.

Also, who has been your favourite, style? Let, me know in the comments, below! If.

You’re new to my channel and you’ve not yet pressed subscribe, then, where have you been? Subscribe, now! The button is just there.


Also more video suggestions down, there.

Stay with me and watch them.

Head to my blog, there’s loads going on., Instagram and loads, more social up, there., But, I’ll, see you in my next new video., Au, revoir.


What should men wear to Paris? ›

Parisian street style is a bit more elevated even for men, focusing on neutrals and classic, timeless pieces. Men tend to go for colors like black, navy, beige, grey, white, and brown. Parisian men still know how to exhibit that effortless look of just putting something on and it looks Magnifique.

How do French men dress casually? ›

A polo shirt or button-down shirt, either striped or plain or floral, with a tailored jacket and casual denim jeans or pants is always a great idea. Smart sweatshirts or turtlenecks paired with a leather jacket are also accepted. Smart, casual shoes or loafers and boots are perfect to round up the ensemble.

How do older men dress in Paris? ›

But it's not just the hip young guys, older men also dress well in Paris. Even their casual wear is considered. Jeans are common, but often a trouser jean in a dark wash with a dress shirt tucked with a belt and a cashmere sweater tied around the shoulders.

Can men wear jeans in Paris? ›

Jeans are fine! Try to make sure they're in very good condition and not super loose, and don't wear them to a nice restaurant. Even better, try some actual grown-up pants that are made of something other than denim and leave the jeans at home.

What do French guys wear? ›

In France, a tailored blazer is an absolute necessity. They are worn for work with trousers and are also paired with more casual attire like a fitted pair of jeans or chinos for everyday wear. It is imperative that the blazer is properly tailored to meet French standards.

Do men wear shorts in Paris? ›

Do men wear shorts in Paris? The answer is yes, IF your knees are visible or just slightly covered if standing still. Shorts that go below the knees are a big faux pas in Paris and should be avoided. Shorts too short are not nice to see either.

What style of jeans do the French wear? ›

The most popular jean style you will see in Paris is straight-leg denim. Parisians love to wear this style of denim because it's the most classic. Other styles you will see are flare and wide-leg denim. Skinny jeans are not common and Paisian women tend to go for a high waist which helps to lengthen the legs.

Do Parisians wear jeans? ›

What to Wear in Paris in the Spring. Jeans are definitely one of the staples of the French wardrobe. It's that kind of basic that flatters most body types, can be worn all year long, pared down or dressed up, and can be worn for every occasion while offering maximum comfort.

Do men wear short sleeve shirts in Paris? ›

Ties are optional although a lot of Frenchmen wear them for work and when they go out. Parisian men prefer a long sleeve shirt, which they then roll up rather than a short sleeve shirt. Plain is always the best choice. Stay away from shorts for dinner at a fancy restaurant, but Khakis are fine.

What is the senior age for Paris? ›

Discounts for Senior Travelers? Many discounts are available to seniors — men and women over 60.

How should a 70 year old man dress? ›

Stick To The Classics

Leave the trends to the younger guys and embrace the distinguished style that you can pull off. For example, some classic items that should be the foundation of your wardrobe are: suits/blazers, oxfords, dress boots, chinos, Harrington, bomber or standing collared jackets, and polo shirts.

What color jeans to wear in Paris? ›

Smart jeans

French women know good jeans – look for straight-leg, in classic denim blue. To be paired with smart blazers or casual knits, flats or heels. Denim should be one colour, not faded, and with no fraying or rips.

Do men wear sandals in Paris? ›

Most Parisians do not wear sandals on the streets! Instead, you'll see most of them wearing sneakers or boots.

Do Parisians wear white sneakers? ›

The French tend to stick with white, neutral sneakers which help to make feet look smaller and go with any outfit.

What do men wear to dinner in Paris? ›

Ties are optional although a lot of Frenchmen wear them for work and when they go out. Parisian men prefer a long sleeve shirt, which they then roll up rather than a short sleeve shirt. Plain is always the best choice. Stay away from shorts for dinner at a fancy restaurant, but Khakis are fine.

Can men wear sneakers in Paris? ›

To prove my point, I took photos of people's shoes when I was traveling around Spain and France. I've also written a guide to the best shoes for travel and a guide for the best travel shoes for women if you want some more footwear ideas. What is this?

Can so men wear shorts in Paris? ›

The Opéra de Paris also states that there is no particular dress code, “but proper attire is required” which once again usually means no sneakers, sports clothes, shorts or open-toed shoes on men.

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