Sometimes fashion moves so quickly it can be hard to keep up with every new trend, every collection, and every new color palette that passes by—especially when you’re a modern girl-on-the-go. Happily, dear readers, that is where we come in! We’ve rounded up some fresh outfit inspiration—courtesy of three fashion blogosphere favorites—that is sure to spark your interest. So, whether you’re packing for an exotic vacation, preparing for another snowy day, or shopping until you drop in the big smoke, we’re sure you’ll find plenty of ideas in our latest edition of Street Chic! Read on!
1. Our first Street Chic muse—Sandra, from London—instantly caught our eye with this 1970s-inspired beach ensemble, which she wore while vacationing in Thailand. Her gauzy leopard-print dress easily doubles as a breezy caftan, while her colorful headscarf is perfect for keeping hair under wraps. In other words: this is the ideal outfit for an exotic mid-winter break! To compose a similarly beach-ready ensemble, start with Blu Moon’s Summer Lovin’ Maxi Dress ($198) or Only Hearts’s Leopard Long Dress ($170). Then, simply add a bright headscarf such as Missoni’s Crochet-Knit ZigZag Scarf ($800). To check out more of Sandra’s personal style, head to 5 Inch & Up.
2. This outfit from Shini, who lives in London, is perfect for a snowy winter’s day. Chunky knit sweater? Check! Fashionable-yet-functional leather boots? Check! Fleece jacket? Bright pink nail polish for a pop of color? Check! Check! We particularly like how easy this outfit is to emulate—we’re sure you have similar pieces in your closet right now! If not, you can craft an equally chic ensemble by layering Ella Moss’s Nikita Cropped Sweater ($110.99) under True Grit’s Shawl Collar Jacket ($128). Finish your look with your favorite skinny jeans and a pair of Bumper’s Danie10 Ankle Boots ($33.24). To check out more of Shini’s personal style, head to Park & Cube.
3. We love how Eszter, who resides in Vienna, has paired a sophisticated (and on-trend) camel coat with a set of contemporary pieces—a silky romper, sky-high platforms—to create an entirely fashion-forward ensemble. The result is a look that is perfect for a day out shopping, a fashion industry event, or cocktails with the girls. To put together a similarly stylish ensemble, layer Karen Zambos Vintage Couture’s Lindsay Romper ($262) under Topshop’s Belted Capelet Trench Coat ($190). Finish with a pair of Christian Dior’s Calfskin Initiales T-Strap Platform Heels ($472) or Jessica Simpson’s Dany Sandals ($98). To check out more of Eszter’s personal style, head to Stylorectic.
We’re always on the hunt for new Street Chic muses! If you’d love to see your personal style featured in our monthly Street Chic story, send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a link to your blog.
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