Discussion in 'Streetstyle' started by Lena, Jan 20, 2004.
How come I never see people dressed like that here? :lol:
And you know what's amazing about it? Those are not tourists.
some pictures from Saraevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
from www.shift.jp.org, photo: Aleksandra Nina Knezevic
^I love those, thanks!! Looks a little like Scandinavian style:heart:
^ wow I love all those outfits from Prague.
Ahh that's me in the second pic. What a coincidence. But boring? :cry:
^ You actually look very cute on your bike... :flower:
Hehe thanks, although I have to say it wasn't my best fashion day. :heart:
I'd love to see more posts in this thread! Street style is so inspirational^_^
Some random pics from ellegirl
great pics, thanks silvi! They made me smile
Great pics Silvi, thanks!!:heart:
What city are the ElleGirl photos from, please? :flower:
don't know...I think the pics come from different city's:flower:
This may be a little off topic, but I'm going to Europe in a few months. What should I pack that won't label me as an absolute tourist. I love the outfits on here, but I'm not sure how to pack ALL of the layering and boots. What are the essentials of European style, I guess?
one thing: avoid white sneakers unless you are running or playing tennis. That labels you. My mom told me my Asics look more american than my sisters', and I was using them only for running!
Pumas are great, but I don't know which season/where you are going.
No fanny packs.
No loose hoods and sweatshirts. Fitted ones are good!
No sweatpants. By no means. Even to go to the gim they use bootleg-kind of pants.
Backpacks are ok, but a bag is better. Avoid the llbean kind of canvas totes.
That's all. I am sure you already don't do this stuff, so you'll be more than fine and look fabulous!
Just a few things...
Yes, DEFINATELY NO WHITE SNEAKERS!
But... fanny packs can bee cool if worn ironically. Depends on your style, obviously. (I have an oh-so-sexy sequin one. It's kinda hipster I guess...:innocent
Sadly, we do see swetpants here. It's a strange style some snobs have adopted. Combined with the LV bag of course, and Gucci sunglasses. :shock: But yes, of course, a definite no.
agreed on the fanny pack, but it's kinda tricky to pull out...
sweatpants with LV????:yuk:
luckily I didn't see any in Rome (or in Siena for that matter)
How about white converse or bennison sneakers??? Are they bad too?