For all the casualness espoused by street style, there's nothing casual about having to kill someone to pay for it. Offering laid-back steez at an appropriately mellow price, there's Plain Jane Couture.
Comin' straight outta Montreal, Plain Jane (link kinda NSFW) adorns their line of slim-cut polos, hoodies, and sweaters with all the trappings of street culture -- from graffiti-inspired, under-collar patterning, to a buxom, mudflap-esque logo evocative of America's amphetamine-fueled heroes: truckers. Von Douchebaggery aside, PJC eschews all but the choicest materials in creating a laboriously crafted foundation for a finished product whose attitude screams "I'm too casual for showering". If this subtly tawdry apparel doesn't make the nut, go obvious with the PJC graphic tee simply captioned "Addicted to ice" -- likely referring to the aforementioned highwaymen, and not to your irritating habit of crunching frozen cubes.
Though you'd expect detailing and craftsmanship like this to command a Catch-22ishly white-collar price, PJC stays true to its crummy-Canadian-exchange-rate roots: at just $32 for their expertly tarted-up polo, they keep "street" your stylistic choice -- if not your mailing address.