Wednesday, 9 February 2011

Back on the streets!

As Coco Chanel once said: “Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.”

And I couldn’t agree more.

To me, nothing is more inspiring that the style we encounter in the street, the random style by random people looked at as a mirror of our time and of the world we live in.

Here is another selection of the street styles I am soooo fond of!

I love everything in that look, from the ankle-boots to the satchel bag including the modern duffle coat. An inspiring way of mixing most of this winter's star trends.

How to stay cool with a leopard fur coat? Well, you have the answer just in front of your eyes. With the shearling ankle-boots, skinny jeans, nude make-up and loose hair, the leopard fur coat comes in as the statement piece of the wardrobe without being "too much"!!

Love the vintage green oversized coat worn with a simple shoulder bag

and above the "Jacquard style" jumper.

Look how elegance and style can be achieved with very few effort and accessories. In this look, the printed shawl tied in a very simple way, the camel satchel bag along with the ballerinas with golden end, create all together a unique look we would definitely remember crossing in the street.

Two words for this style: inspiring and retro!

Simple and yet over-stylish look where this girl mixes the lady-like quality of the simple beige coat with the girliness of the sparkling derbies while creating an homogenous and inspiring look.

Looooove the hound's tooth pattern coat and the suede black wedge boots. The entire look is defined by these two pieces you shouldn't wait any longer to acquire!!!

Last but definitely not least, my favorite!!! I love every single piece of that retro-bohemian look: the cape, the lace dress, the shearling lace-up boots, the turban and the brown leather bag. I find quite impressive how this girl doesn't look dressed up mixing all these statement pieces and pulls this extremely low-key look! Just one word: BRAVO!

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