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Today’s ‘style inspiration’ showcases the versatility of street style around the world. Olga Vad, magazine editor from St. Petersburg, sports a transformed masculine style with her blue collar shirt resembling a uniform, drop-crotch, and layers of buttons. The ensemble highlights comfort, but the slight imperfections also express a unique personal style.
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How Stefano Pilati of her!
This reminds me of Diane Keaton in Annie Hall – http://www.smh.com.au/ffximage/2008/12/11/annie_hall_wideweb__470x359,0.jpg
Though Annie Hall is a little more feminine, her clothes being fitted. Cute!
Again, I’m not trying to be catty, but these pants are awful. This girl is obviously thin, but the pants make her look overweight, as well as implying bad posture and a freakishly long torso. There HAS to be a better way to incorporate Ottoman-Turkish traditional style into fashion than this.
those pants are awful. they make her look like she’s incontinent. very unfortunate.
Like J, I am not trying to be mean but I simply do not get this look at all. I absolutely love vintage and retro looks but this look to me says “dressed in the dark” and nothing else. It me it’s frumpy and not even interesting. I am going to actually go there and have tp say that it is actually hobo-esque. I like the other drop crotch look better because of the mixture of the plaid and color- it looked modern, different and mos importantly inspired.
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