The more rings you can fit on your fingers the better, that’s why I’m loving these.
I love people watching, especially when said people are ridiculously stylish so I’ve put together my top 10 street style blogs to follow.
1. The Satorialist
Of course, the blog that started it all. Scott Schuman’s wildly popular site launched in 2005 and has been steadily growing since then.
2. Street peeper
One of the most influential street style photographers, Phil Oh’s site features a perfect blend of the street style “in crowd” (Elena Perminova, Miroslava Duma, Susie Bubble, Elisa Nalin, etc) and lesser-know but equally as captivating people throughout New York, Paris, London, Sydney and Milan.
3. Stockholm streetstyle
A packed-to-capacity street blog featuring young, attractive, and amazingly well-dressed folks from Stockholm and beyond.
A blog dedicated to images of models off duty.
5. Tommy Ton
One of the foremost street style photographers, Ton is known for his high-gloss, detailed, aspirational shots of influential industry people. Apart from his own blog, his work can also be seen on Style.com during international Fashion Weeks.
6. Candice Lake
Australian-born Lake is a London-based photographer, blogger, model and Contributing Style Editor at Vogue, and her work—namely her wonderful portraits—showcases her industry savvy.
7. Where did u get that street
Her personal style blog Where Did U Get That is superb and this one is nothing less.
8. Garbage lapslap
Street style straight out of Japan. (And we all know how that lot dress!)
9. The Locals
A street style blog portraying the fashion on the streets of Copenhagen and the rest of the world – captured by Søren Jepsen, former photographer and creator of Copenhagen Streetstyle.
Streetgeist is a street style photography blog based in Los Angeles. Originally based in Athens Greece streetgeist was born in October 2008 as a street portrait project by two longtime friends that were inspired by other similar projects around the world.
Just spotted on Vogue Australia. Gorgeously famous faces in the catalogue and amazing pieces at (sort of) not too bad prices.
Her collection hits stores on November 14. Hopefully by then I’m earning big tom so I can get this wool cardigan.
PPS. The art of wearing stylish, trendy outfits without the price tag. Even if its just for a moment in the fitting room, poor-people-shopping is a great way to try faddy trends (like neon and all things cropped) or things that might take a few months of saving – or only one night in the red light district – to be able to afford.
I had fun doing this one, even though I fell in love with a few pieces and almost (ALMOST) bought them, I reminded myself why I was actually PPS-ing.
Its because I’m poor.