Street Style: The Girl Who Inspired Our Style

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millennium trilogy street styleImages via HEL LOOKS

In Swedish author Stieg Larsson’s The Millennium Trilogy, twenty-something heroine Lisbeth Salander’s tough, antisocial attitude is aptly balanced by her futuristic, punk-inspired aesthetic. Tattoos, a septum ring and a mohawk defined by sharp liberty spikes perpetuate Salander’s alluring mystique, particularly in the latest film adaptation, The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest. Salander’s choice of apparel, which is almost always black, often asymmetrically crafted, and generally inclusive of some leather, encapsulates the moody, minimal and downright mysterious trend prevalent within photos on some of our favorite street style blogs. Check out our favorite trendsetting looks which remind us of the unconventional heroine known for her clever wits and courage.

millennium trilogy street styleImages via Look at Me and Stockholm Street Style

millennium trilogy street styleImages via Still in Berlin and Street Peeper

millennium trilogy street styleImages via Still in Berlin and Chicago Street Style

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