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Trend Alert | Motorsport and Colorblocking

Per usual, VILLA has you covered with all the hottest gear to stay on trend without breaking the bank.

Racing gear and color blocking are without a doubt the next big trends in streetwear. Brands like Black Pyramid, Epitome, FILA, DOPE, and many others have embraced this trend and taken it from the racetrack to the store racks.

HighSnobiety says that motorcycle and racing gear is always coming back into style because the genre is ‘evergreen’. Even if you know nothing about motorcycles, dirt bikes, or 4-wheelers, this trend makes it easy to still look cool without getting dirty.

Hudson Checkered Track Pant, $60

These Hudson Checkered Track Pant bring a bit of flair to your outfit and incorporate the motor style, color block trend without overdoing it.

Black Pyramid The Pyramid Panel Hoodie, $98

Black Pyramid is here to keep you on trend with their Pyramid Panel Hoodie which combines retro font and new age color blocking to give off a very chill vibe which can be dressed up if necessary.

Dope Rail Camper Strapback, $32

Dope isn’t just a brand – it’s a lifestyle. A lifestyle that will transform your fit from average to lit with just a few details. This strapback is the embodiment of the racing vibe without the fuss.


Editor’s Note: Just like the actual motocross events, you can be sure this style involves a lot of adrenaline, but minus the torques and high tolerance for pain. There is a great deal of appreciation for the sport’s aesthetic and the industry of motocross at large. Motorcycle racing, to artists and fashion-forward thinkers, is more part of contemporary culture. So, whether you’re flying down the street in full throttle or a side-line pit stop worker, make sure you steer off in fashion.

The Migos know what’s up with the trends. Enjoy moto-fashion in motion in their new music video featuring Cardi B and Nicki Minaj. Watch below:

Cierra Williams | contributor

Cierra goes by Lil CiCi in the streets and graduated from Temple University with a Bachelor's degree in journalism (minor in environmental studies). She spent time writing with VIBE Magazine and also helps contribute to Villa. Catch her outside.

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