The beautiful thing about fit in menswear is that there is no single right way to do it. Sure, there are some general rules that have persevered for awhile, like how your dress shirt sleeves should hang about half an inch out of the end of your suit jacket sleeves, pant waistbands should sit at or above your waist, but never below (crossing my fingers lowriding never makes a comeback), and dress pant cuffs should never pool onto your shoes. But the rules are always changing, and going for a "well-fitted" look doesn't always mean slim cuts of everything anymore.
That brings us to figure 1: athletic-inspired jerseys. Likely by no coincidence, longer fits of shirting (in the sleeves and the bottom hem) have been coming back into style at the same time as athletic-inspired wear has become popular. More specifically, this trend has allowed traditionally longer fit athletic casualwear like baseball jerseys to rejoin mainstream streetwear. For a baseball jersey, "well-fitted" doesn't equate to slim, as these jerseys are designed to allow for some movement by baseball players. This one I'm wearing here from 6Streets is even a little snugger and more modern than an average jersey, and is therefore a perfect option for those looking to experiment with varied modern streetwear fits.
Then if you want to go for a fully current street look, try on a pair of joggers or leisure pants, both of which showcase the alternative interpretations of pant fits. Slightly lower-rise seats, elastic cuffed leg openings, and different pocket styles are all hallmarks of these modern pants that show you don't have to display every curvature of your leg to pull off these sorts of fits. This kind of look goes great with almost any kind of athletic or classy sneaker you have, but today I decided to stick to the loose vibe and muted colours and throw on this awesome pair of Vans two-tone denim slip-ons from their J.Crew collab.