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We sent Hannah, our intrepid intern, to East London to search out some Winter streetstyle for us. She came back with some wonderful shots, so thank you to y’all for stopping to have your photo taken. There was a really clear overarching theme to the majority of the shots, aside from great outerwear to fend off the chill, which was a vintage feel. I know that this isn’t in any way new news, but the looks are gorgeous regardless. From a wholly adopted era specific statement to snatched elements of a moment in time, this is a guaranteed way to look unique and innovative.
So, here’s our final hit of coverage from Field Day. Its the last lot of streetstyle from the event and encompasses some expected looks (denim shorts) but worked in some fresh and innovative ways. We also saw real attention to detail with brilliant accessories just adding that wonderful ‘edge’ that we are always looking for with our streetstyle coverage. There were some surprisingly elegant looks too, which feel really interesting. So, over to the images and enough ponderings from us. What do you think? Be sure to drop us a comment and tell us what you love the most from this weeks imagery.
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Some more from Field Day for you. On from dip dying and those practical boys, we now look at some more eclectic and energetic streetstyle shots from this lovely East London festival. Taking their cue from the Spring Summer ’11 catwalks, but translating this direction in a very personal way we really love these bold pattern filled statements. One pattern is fine, but why not take on two or three? It takes a big personality to pull off clashing patterns so this is not for the faint hearted.
Thanks again to Amy for her great work covering this festival, and thanks to all of you who stopped to get your pictures taken.