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February 2012

Fashion, New York Fashion Week, NYC Streetstyle

NYC Streetstyle – Color Jacket at NYFW

February 23, 2012

Bringing a bit of fun to a total black look with a colorful bolero jacket is a smart move. But when this piece is nicely covered in sequins, it even looks nicer. When asked about her jacket, this girl simply admitted it was vintage. 


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NYC Streetstyle – Hat and Fur at NYFW

February 23, 2012

Wearing your capeline with your fur coat is definitely a new hit of 2012. It works and it’s much more chic than roaming around the city with your boring ski hat. Red is on a lot of Fashionista lips this season too. Whether you’re a blond, brunette or red head, it’s so glamour. Being shy with make-up, I gave it a try with the Rimmel red lipstick shade 01 signed by Kate Moss and it’s beautylicious.


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NYC Streetstyle – Modern Princess, Leather Jacket. NYFW

February 21, 2012

This blue color is stunning and the movement of the dress brings the drama. This is a sexy dress with just the right amount of skin showing. The neon color of her shoes pops up the outfit. She chose a wise hairstyle but combined the dress with a black leather jacket for a classy-rock look. Not to mention that a big smile on a face can make the difference.

 

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NYC Streetstyle – Joanna Hillman at NYFW

February 20, 2012

Just look how this girl pulled her look together. All this (almost) simple pieces for a relaxed look. I like the shades in her hair with light blond color on the roots to finish with dark blond at the end. The Lady Gagaesque glasses also bring a little bit of mystery to it. Oh and I can see myself in them! Awesome!


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NYC Streetstyle – British Look at NYFW

February 20, 2012

When I saw this girl at the Lincoln Center, I could not stop thinking about a certain British Princess. They look similar physically, not to mention the style. It is somehow interesting how a single accessorie can pull a look together. For example, if you take out that gorgeous hat, I am not sure people would have noticed her that much. A lesson she is giving us: you don’t need a Prince to look like a Princess. Fashion will do!


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