Best Street Style Looks of PFW Spring 2019

I have to admit that even though I’m tired of fashion month just by sitting on my couch (attending the craze for even just a week was enough for me) and that I don’t really enjoy seeing the same faces over and over again on the street styl…

Best Street Style Looks of MFW Spring 2019

Milan, the city of extremely well dressed elderly and unbelievably boring youth that suddenly (and luckily) goes into hiding during fashion week and making way for stylish crowds. That’s all I learned in my year living there; don’t expect …

Best Street Style Looks of LFW Spring 2019

It’s been almost 9 years since I started working in fashion (and about 13 since I got really passionate about it) and I still don’t get why London Fashion Week doesn’t get the credit it deserves from the fashion crowd. Besides being …

Best Street Style Looks of NYFW Spring 2019

After a (veery) long hiatus from the blog caused by vacations, personal problems and general laziness (sorry) I’m back with sharing the thing I like sharing the most: fashion week street style!
One thing I’d like to note about this particu…

Best Street Style Looks of MFW Fall 2018

Me being away on vacation and still trying to keep up with all the runway shows & street style looks every single night made me wonder something I haven’t given much thought before. Why am I doing this, when street style isn’t necessar…

Best Street Style Looks of LFW Fall 2018

If you haven’t started wearing crazy colors and overload tartan print already, I can assure you that even the most minimalist of you will be intrigued after scrolling through London Fashion Week street style for a while. I know I do!
Oh and cowb…

Best Street Style Looks of LFW Spring 2018

Two down, two more to go – the fashion week that’s the least cared about (despite giants like Burberry and stars like JW Anderson, Joseph, Rejina Pyo and so on; I don’t know why people still don’t take London seriously – to me it’s a lot more relevant than NY lately) is over now leaving a pile of Gucci fanny packs, mid-length dresses styled in not such a feminine way (my favorite!) and lots of blazers. Best of best from London Fashion Week street style coming your way! image sources: the impression, fashionista, vogue.es, vogue.fr, the cut Save Save Save

Best Street Style Looks of NYFW Spring 2018

The last thing I needed during a “we moved, we traveled so now we have to save a little” period was a fashion week that pushed me further and further to shopping with its street style scene but I guess we all knew it was coming. Even my husband knew it was coming. When it’s fashion week he just lets me be, possibly praying I’ll just stare and not try to buy every single thing on every single gorgeous woman. So far the damage is manageable but we have 3 more weeks so who knows what other piece I’ll attack next. More sock boots (more being the operative word here)? Printed long dresses? Polka dots? Balenciaga pointed toes or Celine toe cap sandals? A friend that I can twin with? Thank god I already have a fanny pack and biker shorts… The list goes on and on, so do the photos of best street style looks from NYFW and here they are, all 90 of them. image sources: the impression, the cut, vogue.es, vogue.fr, fashionista …

Best Street Style Looks of CFW Spring 2018

I know I’ve been neglecting the blog to a point where social services may take it away from me until I prove I can still be a good and responsible parent to it; I apologize to anyone who actually cares about it. BUT, even with all the moving/vacation craze, I wouldn’t (couldn’t) miss Copenhagen Fashion Week: my favorite of all non-major fashion weeks. The street style is as unique as the runway itself, crazy vibrant and always inspiring; makes you want to wear color over color. Even worse, makes you want to look forward to Autumn! image sources: vogue, harper’s bazaar, the cut, sandra semburg, fashionista Save

Best Street Style Looks of PFW Fall 2017

Fashion month is finally over and despite not getting off my couch for even a second this whole time, I’m exhausted. But luckily it all ends with Paris so we are left with lots and lots of Balenciaga and Céline in our minds, to keep it going for the months to come. My one trend takeaway from the whole thing though: if you ever bought two different colors of the same shoe just because you like it so much and have always felt guilty, now is your time to flaunt both of them at the same time with no guilt. For more inspiration (because we won’t be getting a new batch of street style looks until June) here are my favorite 90 looks from Paris Fashion Week. image sources: the impression, harper’s bazaar, the cut, collage vintage, style du monde, vogue es, vogue fr Save Save Save Save

Best Street Style Looks of MFW Fall 2017

If there’s one upside of being stuck to bed not going out at all sick, it’s spending hours and hours watching SATC on repeat and scrolling through street style photos all day long with no guilt at all. Don’t get me wrong, I do it on a regular non-sick fashion month too, only this time I don’t feel like screaming “get a life Elif!”. Anyways, as Paris Fashion Week approaches and inspiration is piling up, my many many shopping carts on multiple websites are overflowing. In terms of inspiration that will influence your spring/fall shopping, there are two major take outs from Milan Fashion Week streets: 1) pink and orange explosion (which I personally can’t get behind) 2) Gucci and suits (this I definitely can get behind). image sources: the cut, the impression, collage vintage, style du monde, harper’s bazaar, vogue.es, vogue.fr, refinery29 Save

Best Street Style Looks of LFW Fall 2017

Despite being the least favorite fashion week of many – and therefore the one that’s taken the least seriously by fashion industry – London Fashion Week always manages to deliver with the street style thanks to big European guns like Camille Charriere, Lucy Williams, Pandora Sykes, Hedvig Opshaug and so on. It was a breath of fresh (and hot) air after frigid NYC and a subtle and quotidian transition to Milan and color/print extravaganza, with so many seasonal and next-seasonal inspirational looks. Here are my 75 favorite street style looks from LFW… image sources: the impression, the cut, style du monde, collage vintage, vogue.es, vogue.fr, harper’s bazaar, fashionista, wwd Save Save Save

Best Street Style Looks of NYFW Fall 2017

Fashion weeks usually make me really happy, despite all the “circus” leading up to fights between bloggers and editors (that I find really, really lame of editors btw), I look forward to fresh inspiration from runways and streets. However this time New York Fashion Week kind of made me sad when I saw all these amazing women looking just as fine even during horrible winter conditions, something which I always claim is the reason why I look like crap in winter. Apparently it’s not winter, it’s me. Here’s hoping these 100 best looks from NYFW starring Ramya Giangola and Jan Michael Quammie will light a fire in me. image sources: the impression, the cut, harper’s bazaar, refinery29, fashionista, vogue fr, vogue es, style du monde, wwd Save Save Save Save

Best of Couture Week Street Style

Normally I find the fashion calendar deeply disappointing every year in the sense that couture week comes after menswear fashion weeks – street style vise – because I don’t like the transition from real street looks of natural menswear styling to over the top couturesque looks. However this year Demna Gvasalia effect was so dominant even the couture week streets were filled with puffer jackets. In fact puffer jackets were all there is, to a point of absurdity, but no complaints here. sources: collage vintage, the cut, harper’s bazaar, the impression, style du monde Save Save

Around The World

I may not be around as much as I used to and publish a post every single day like before but don’t you think for a single second that I gave up street style, or spending hours online checking out fashion weeks. Street style is my drug – let it be Pinterest boards, style blogs or fashion week snaps, I can’t live without it. And I can’t not share it with you, especially now that I have so many beautiful looks stored from around the world: best of Moscow, Kiev, Seoul and Tbilisi fashion weeks ladies and gentlemen. image sources: vogue, the cut, wwd Save

Best of PFW S/S 2017 Street Style

Please let me know if it had the same effect on you as it did on me but ever since the beginning of Paris Fashion Week with fantastic street style looks and even more amazing collections (such as Céline, Louis Vuitton, Jacquemus, Balenciaga etc), I’ve been shopping (and therefore selling) more than ever. I felt the immediate need to update my entire – too classic, too minimal, too comfortable – wardrobe and get plaid jackets, long sleeved sweaters, heeled boots, stirrup trousers (yep, they’re back), asymmetrical skirts as far as the eye can see and basically anything metallic or knit that will help me layer the shit out of my clothes. Anyways here are 130 of the best looks from PFW streets because if I’m going down, I’m taking everybody with me. image sources: vogue, vogue.fr. vogue.es, collage vintage, harper’s bazaar, fashionista, the impression, the cut, wwd, style du monde Save Save Save

Best of MFW S/S 2017

There is one thing remarkably characteristic about Milan fashion week street style, something that distinguishes the city deemed out of touch by many from the other major fashion capitals, and that is the overwhelming dominance of Italian women. You never see the same example in New York with American women, in London with British women or in Paris with Parisian women (I love how Paris is like a country on its own) – fashion weeks are occupied by bloggers and editors from around the world but in Milan, it’s always about Italians. Case in point: Gilda Ambrosio, Giorgia Tordini, Linda Tol and Erika Boldrin ruled MFW so much that no one will remember anyone else but them, and maybe Yoyo Cao. image sources: vogue, the cut, the impression, harper’s bazaar, fashionista, refinery29, style du monde, edited by asia typek, vogue.es, vogue.fr Save Save Save Save

Best of MFW S/S 2017 Street Style

There is one thing remarkably characteristic about Milan fashion week street style, something that distinguishes the city deemed out of touch by many from the other major fashion capitals, and that is the overwhelming dominance of Italian women. You never see the same example in New York with American women, in London with British women or in Paris with Parisian women (I love how Paris is like a country on its own) – fashion weeks are occupied by bloggers and editors from around the world but in Milan, it’s always about Italians. Case in point: Gilda Ambrosio, Giorgia Tordini, Linda Tol and Erika Boldrin ruled MFW so much that no one will remember anyone else but them, and maybe Yoyo Cao. image sources: vogue, the cut, the impression, harper’s bazaar, fashionista, refinery29, style du monde, edited by asia typek, vogue.es, vogue.fr Save Save Save Save Save

Best of LFW S/S 2017 Street Style

There’s one mystery I can’t seem to resolve about fashion and cities: when I was living in Milan 6 years ago, I hated the way people dressed on the streets. I wasn’t inspired by anyone, I couldn’t even find 5 people to shoot as an assignment for the school. Then I visited my best friend in London for 3 days and I lost my mind, especially around Portobello Market, I wanted to personally thank people for being so stylish and inspiring. From that moment on London became “the” fashion city in my mind with a natural and unique sense of style. The thing I can’t understand is the fashion week street style scene of London when that creativity disappears completely and turns into Oxford Circus at night if it wasn’t for some of the A-list bloggers and editors. Either the actual London folk hide away from fashion people or the photographers don’t know what to take photos of because I refuse to believe London got boring. Anyways, I could fish out 65 good looks from …

Best of NYFW S/S 2017 Street Style

Started off as a boring one but made the ending with some splash (and dreadlocks on white girls, and floral dresses, and sequins, and gold shoes and looots and lots of Vans sneakers that makes this fashion week somewhat relatable) New York Fashion Week hence the street style that comes with it is over as of today. Throughout these 7 days I saved around 450 photos of street style and managed to narrow it down to 120 best looks in case you are as tired as me jumping through one website/instagram account to the other just to catch up. Enjoy, take some rest before the London craze starts oh and one more thing, IS EVERYONE PREGNANT NOW? image sources: vogue, harper’s bazaar, the cut, wwd, collage vintage, vogue fr, vogue es, fashionista, the impression, refinery29, style du monde Save Save Save

Best of Stockholm FW Street Style

There are two things I never forget/neglect doing even when on the zennest of vacations: putting on sunscreen and following fashion week street styles. I’ve given myself a break from everything else these two weeks, in Turkey with my friends at weddings and with my family at the seaside, but I simply can’t ignore the street style scene of Stockholm Fashion Week, always serving perfect inspiration right before fall shopping sessions and fashion month. Thank you beautiful Scandis for always being this cool. image sources: vogue, the imprint, harper’s bazaar

Best of Copenhagen FW Street Style

I have a (bucket) list of cities I want to visit since 2010 that I’m trying my best to cross off as I age and I have another list of cities which are trying their best to make me go nuts as I postpone visiting. Where they overlap? Copenhagen. Besides every other wonderful thing I’ve heard about the Danish capital, the fashion scene is getting more insane every single year. Sure, my inferiority complex would reach its peek (both figuratively and literally, a 5’3″ girl doesn’t stand a chance in Scandinavia) but I’m willing to risk therapy after seeing all these amazing street style looks from Copenhagen Fashion Week. image sources: sandra semburg, vogue.com, wwd Save Save

Best of Paris Couture Week Street Style

Every fashion week has its own “thing”, just like how every other city has its own, and for me couture fashion week is the most widely inspirational in terms of street style. I can hear you telling me to make my mind and decide if I like menswear street style better more or this, and I can’t lie but admit that menswear inspires me more on a daily basis, but the couture fashion week street style gives me tips on how to dress where I’m most uncomfortable and least inspired getting dressed for: fancy events, night outs, weddings where you don’t want to look like a prom queen etc. Looking chic whilst maintaining your cool is a hard task so here’s to women who had done one heck of a job with it. image sources: the impression, vogue, harper’s bazaar, the cut, w magazine, vogue paris, vogue spain, style du monde, j’ai perdu ma veste Save Save

Best of Paris Men’s FW Street Style

For many people Paris is the most beautiful city in the world because of it’s architecture, culture and history but for me its fashion, more so the style of the city itself is one of the main reasons Paris stands above everywhere else in the world. Without the fashion weeks it has the utmost laid back vibe where everyone looks effortless but during fashion weeks the whole city swings into high gear with outfits that look so simple yet well-thought, hiding the charm in the details. Here are the final batch of Menswear Fashion Week street style looks with 65 of my favorite looks from Paris. sources: vogue, w magazine, the imprint, style du monde

Best of Menswear FW Street Style: Italy

Even though I was on vacation for a month and I clearly paused the blog and other work related stuff for a while, I know better than not to follow menswear fashion week by now. All the amazing collections (Raf Simons, Dries Van Noten, Lemaire, Balenciaga!) aside, the street style scene is not one to be missed. Here are my favorite looks from Pitti Uomo and Milano Menswear Fashion Week Spring 2017. sources: vogue 1 & 2, the imprint, w magazine, j’ai perdu ma veste, style du monde Save Save Save Save

Best of London Men’s FW Spring 2017 Street Style

My favorite months have always been May or September, I’m not a summer (or winter) girl and call me superficial but the main reason is because I can’t find the will, inspiration or a dry skin to dress up like I want during the extreme seasons. Though there’s something happening in January and June that’s making me like these months more than ever and it’s menswear fashion weeks. I recently realized that a street style scene consisting of layers, pants and any kind of flat or ugly shoe has a Prozac effect on me, instantly lifting up my mood and taking my troubles away. Now if you’ll excuse me I’ll look at the best looks from London Menswear Fashion Week street style over and over again, then dress up and go sweat outside. sources: vogue.com, w magazine, wwd Save Save

Best of Tbilisi Street Style

Of all the fashion week cities with surprising street style scenes, Tbilisi is definitely the most vibrant and versatile one. Not to mention the chicest. So much that it put the Georgian capital on my travel list – according to my vision if a city has its own style code and so many fashionable people living in it, it has to be a city worth seeing. If you don’t believe me check out the best street style looks from Tbilisi Fashion Week and see for yourself. sources: vogue, w magazine

Best of Seoul Fashion Week Street Style

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. sources: vogue, w magazine

Best Street Style Looks of PFW Fall 2016

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. sources: harper’s bazaar, the impression, vogue, the cut, w magazine, wwd, style du monde, collage vintage

Best Street Style Looks of MFW Fall 2016

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. image sources: harper’s bazaar, collage vintage, the impression, vogue, the cut, w magazine, a love is blind, fashionista, wwd, style du monde, j’ai perdu ma veste

Best Street Style Looks of LFW Fall 2016

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. image sources: harper’s bazaar, refinery29, vogue, w magazine, the cut, wwd, a love is blind, the impression, style du monde, collage vintage

Best of NYFW Fall 2016 Street Style

New York Fashion Week’s street style scene is something special, not because it’s the chicest or the most inspirational (it’s definitely neither of those) but because whatever weather condition we have to bear in Montreal, showgoers in New York have to bear the same thing and it gives me a little bit (ok a lot of) pleasure to see them suffer like that. All jokes aside it’s really nice to see, especially during fall fashion weeks, how the most stylish %1 bundles up in extreme winter conditions and it’s a relief to know that snow boots and giant furs/coats are totally acceptable. I picked 85 (out of almost 400) best street style looks from NYFW that would give you a weekend-long inspiration. image sources: the impression, harper’s bazaar, the cut, vogue runway, refinery29, w magazine, wwd, a love is blind, style du monde, j’ai perdu ma veste

Pre-inspiration Board

Berlin, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Kiev, Paris (couture) and New York (menswear) were *some of* the cities that hosted fashion weeks during the month of January (and a little bit of February) and hand in hand they eventually provided us with a lot of serious pre-fashion month winter street style inspiration. Lessons learned: colorful furs, long overcoats, cropped pants, classic blue jeans, Chanel and Celiné heels & Gucci loafers are in as ever but the bomber jackets are literally having the time of their lives. source: a love is blind, vogue, harper’s bazaar, w magazine, j’ai perdu ma veste, the impression, style du monde

Girls, Girls, Girls

I don’t think it’s a coincidence fashion people scheduled men’s fashion weeks (and pitti uomo) for fall/winter season right in the middle of January, the month every single soul on earth despises the most. Right when you are grappling with winter depression of not knowing what to wear and losing your will to go out of the house altogether – not to mention breaking your new year’s resolutions days, nay, hours after midnight – beautiful men and women of London, Florence, Milan and Paris come to rescue year after year. A huge coverage of men’s street style is on it’s way but for now, check out 50 best looks from the women of men’s fashion weeks. image sources: a love is blind, vogue, w magazine, wwd, style du monde, j’ai perdu ma veste, the impression