Street Fashion – Bold and Brave


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Street Fashion – Bold and Brave

Milano str F15 164a   Milano str F15 166

Flowing tassels and sheer fabrics work together to form this Western inspired outfit. Motivated by styles paraded in Burberry’s Autumn/Winter runway, the introduction of monochrome through a staple white blouse makes this look pretty but polished.

Milano str F15 194   Milano str F15 195

Competing against sprawled graffiti and a neon yellow stripe, this power behind this look stems from the art of colour-blocking. Breaking up vibrant colours with an underlying layer of white, the look prides itself on super saturated shades before finishing off with the quirky Moschino Teddy Bear bag.

Milano str F15 313   Milano str F15 322

Sparkly, bright and beautiful; this dreamy coat is destined to liven up even the dullest of daily commutes. Splattered in a print made famous by Peter Pilotto, this ruby red coat is complimented by a matching, miniature satchel and Valentino Rockstud leather pumps.

Milano str F15 142

Long in length and loud in its pattern, this jumpsuit is designed for those who dare to be bold. Crafted in burnt orange with a cobalt hem, this nature-inspired garment is brought to life by emblazoned lilies. The final draping of a leather jacket makes this commandingly chic.

Street Fashion – Bold and Brave

Natalie Horsley

Written by Natalie Horsley

Natalie is an English graduate whose interest in fashion began at an early age. A writer and blogger, she is passionate about vintage and French fashion and cites Audrey Hepburn as her ultimate style icon.


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