Street Fashion- Dominant Details

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Street Fashion- Dominant Details

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Patterned co-ords are sneaking their way into our wardrobes, with this beautiful black and white number exuding sophistication and femininity. As a dominant floral pattern sprawls itself across the dark material of the garments, the smaller box bag interjects fun and colour.

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‘Love me Forever or Never’ demands the bold  red stitching of this Andrea Pompilio jacket. Kept casual with a pair of trusty mom jeans and swept back hair, before being styled up with a draped colour block scarf and  quirky heels.

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Emojis have become a common feature of our communication and whilst they’re scattered throughout our texts, captions and tweets, this doesn’t prevent them from entering the fashion field. Etching themselves across clothes and accessories, the cutesy theme of this sweatshirt continues into the sparkly heart shorts. Accessories are minimal with oversized black shades and strappy stilettos.

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Whilst the dress itself is enough to warrant attention, the elaborate floral detailing ensures it is a stand out piece.Entwining itself around the vivid white material, it’s contrasting black colour is complimented by a Chanel handbag and monochrome wedges.

Street Fashion- Dominant Details

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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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