Festival style is a sensitive issue for me. I have to mediate the battle between the fashion girl in me that cherishes every opportunity to dress up and the music girl that has been going to festivals since she was 18, wearing chunky sweaters and ugliest pair of jeans in her wardrobe just to be comfortable. Frankly I dressed up better than that for my festivals after that, but my quest for comfort and never looking too dressed up in the presence of sacred rock n roll never wavered. Which is why combat boots or sneakers paired with denim shorts and oversized tees is still my favorite look among a sea of fringes, floral crowns and white mini dresses. The only fancy looks I like lately are the ones with crochet tops and skirts, that’s my limit. So here are 45 best looks of Coachella weekend 1, with nobody wearing high heels and EVERYBODY wearing chokers.
I don’t know when or why exactly Seoul Fashion Week became all about toddlers but I can’t complain much, especially when we can start the week looking at all these adorableness. I haven’t seen anyone (or any denim gang, to be more accurate) that has swag like these boys and it’s not all them, there are many other fantastic looks from different 3 year olds that would make you question your style (or couple styles or beauty routines?!) for real in this post. Some good looking adults are bonus. Here are my 45 favorite street style looks from Seoul Fashion Week.
This season will be remembered, more than anything, as the season of the street style. No, it’s not the first time people dressed up for the cameras, not the first time bloggers flooded the shows (or at least the entrance of the shows) nor the first time people cared more about street style more than (some) runway shows but this was the season the power of streets was finally confirmed commercially and creatively. The most buzzed about and celebrated collections of the season were Vetements and Balenciaga, both in the hands of the same creative director, both all about the “streets”. Things finally turned the other way around, from streets to runways, now it’s time to wait for the next thing and meanwhile enjoy this new era, starting with the (many, many) best street style looks from Paris Fashion Week.
I can’t believe a day has come where I’m cherishing Milan style scene more than London (or even New York) as someone who always thought of Milan fashion as too caught up in their history and not inspiring at all. I remember visiting London for 3 days when I was living in Milan and wanted to live there instead so bad, I was blown away by all the creativity. Of course it’s nonsense to assume a fashion fueled week would represent the whole character of the city, but Milan Fashion Week literally saved the street style scene of this fashion month (for now, as I think the ending in Paris will make up for everything). Here are my picks of the best street style looks of Milan Fashion Week that ended yesterday.
If there were anyone left in the world who still undermined fashion bloggers and their impact on the industry, you can be sure that there won’t be any after this fashion month. Because while the celebs and even most of the editors are unable to carry through the cold of New York and rain of London, super bloggers like Hedvig, Camille, Pernille, Irina, Pandora, Susie, Zina and one specific non-blogger fashion heroine Laurel Pantin (you were so missed in the past years!) nailed the pitch. It was kind of a dull street style scene in general, like most LFWs, but I managed to pick 50 looks that are truly inspirational.