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Street Chic

Here at Mama’s A Rolling Stone, we are decidedly democratic when looking for fresh outfit inspiration. With that said, we are particularly pleased to present our latest Street Chic story.


Street Chic

Here at Mama’s A Rolling Stone, we are decidedly democratic when looking for fresh outfit inspiration. You see, for every celebrity or runway we look to for ideas, we spend an equal amount of time looking to fashion bloggers and street style stars for inspiration. With that said, we are particularly pleased to present our latest Street Chic story. Not only is it jam-packed with outfit ideas, but it comes courtesy of three modish muses from around the globe. Better yet, these aren’t celebrities with an endless budget. They’re real girls, like you and like us. On that note, click through to today’s story and prepare to be inspired!

#1. To start our story off in style, we look to Christina, who lives in New York. Christina recently created the perfect winter outfit for those who live in colder climates: an oversized fur coat paired with leather skinnies, sneakers, and a chunky knit scarf. We love the way the fur coat gives this outfit such a glam twist—not only will it keep you cozy and warm, but you can easily transition this outfit from day to night. We also love the way Christina has paired her pieces with sneakers. This is great for the girl-on-the-go who is running from place to place. To make this look your own, try pairing Nasty Gal’s Kate Faux Fur Coat ($83) with a cozy sweater and ASOS’s Leather Skinny Pants ($179). Then, accessorize with Converse’s All Star Low Sneakers ($45) and Bop Basics’ Thick Knit Collar Scarf ($68). To see more of Christina’s style, check out Trop Rouge.

#2. With spring on the horizon, it is never too early to start planning your transitional outfits, which is why we love the outfit worn by our second muse. Her ensemble has an ultra-chic vibe, thanks partly to the two-tone palette—you can never go wrong with black and white—and partly to the simple yet sophisticated silhouettes. (Of course, it doesn’t hurt that her fiery red locks give the look a pop of color.) Our verdict? This outfit ticks all the boxes—day, night, party, dinner, show, work. You can wear this anywhere and you will always stand out. On that note, to try this look yourself, pair Zara’s Silk Blouse ($80) with Theyskens’ Theory’s Foyu Skirt ($148) and Piazza Sempione’s Audrey Pants ($680), or try MM6 x Opening Ceremony’s Removable Skirt Pants ($135). To finish, slip into J Crew’s Cece Ballet Flats ($138). For more outfits like this, head to Stockholm Street Style.

#3. Our last look of the day comes courtesy of Jenny, who lives in Los Angeles. What can we say? We love Jenny’s printed pants! Not only do they add an interesting and eye-catching element to her look, but they are totally on-trend. Of course, there is a key to wearing pants like this, which Jenny has mastered effortlessly. The key: make sure you allow the pants to take center stage by pairing them with simpler pieces. Jenny’s brown button-down shirt, black wedges, and white scarf add a softer side to the ensemble, resulting in perfectly measured style. To make this look your own, try pairing DKNY’s Parker Print Ankle Skinny Pants ($225) or Lela Rose’s Printed Cotton-Blend Pants ($695) with Equipment’s Signature Blouse ($208). Then, accessorize with J Crew’s Greer Wedge Ankle Boots ($130) and Topshop’s Cream Skull Scarf ($44). To see more of Jenny’s style, check out Neon Blush.

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