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Image / Fashion

Street Life: How To Have Fun With Street Style


by IMAGE
14th Jul 2016
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?Girls just want to have fun this month, so embrace your inner showman.

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ONE ELABORATE DRESS paired with embellished shoes is enough to own this trend. The bolder the better.

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A POP OF NEON and a quirky motif are a great platform on which to build a look. Add cute accessories like furry key rings and scarves.

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BOLD TONES make an instant statement. Don’t be afraid to mix supposedly incompatible shades, such as pink and red. And add a touch of the unexpected, such as this candy coloured umbrella (below).

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OFFBEAT DESIGNS such as this volcano-print dress make just as strong an impression as mixed-up patterns and textures. Eclecticism made easy.

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LAYER contrasting fabrics and textures such as leopard print and sequins. Fluorescent yellow nails and fuchsia lips add to the eclectic feel.

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This article appears in the August issue of IMAGE Magazine, on shelves now.?

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