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Discussion in 'Streetstyle' started by Lena, Jan 20, 2004.
How come I never see people dressed like that here?
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
^ wow I love all those outfits from Prague.
Ahh that's me in the second pic. What a coincidence. But boring?
^ You actually look very cute on your bike...
Hehe thanks, although I have to say it wasn't my best fashion day.
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!!
What city are the ElleGirl photos from, please?
don't know...I think the pics come from different city's
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...)
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. But yes, of course, a definite no.
agreed on the fanny pack, but it's kinda tricky to pull out...
sweatpants with LV????
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?