Keeping cozy in an oversized cardigan and bright blue turban. I love how this fashionista sat in front of a restaurant that perfectly complemented her outfit! As they say in Jurassic Park “clever girl.”
With New York Fashion Week finally over in Manhattan, we can focus our attention back on the best fashion runway there is — the streets of Brooklyn! If Manhattan’s fashion week is all about high end, expensive designers, then the Brooklyn streets are the antidote, with their vintage looks mismatched stylings. One thing that all New Yorkers can agree on is their love of black. Black is chic, always on trend and doesn’t show the dirt in this grimy city.
On this week’s street style post, we see plenty of Brooklynites in black with some pops of color starting to emerge. Check out the uber-cool looks below.
When it’s cold out, layers are essential. Here is a lesson in how to wear an oversized coat with flair.
This vintage overcoat had a worn, Native American feel. Very Dances With Wolves. It looked super cute with the beanie and warm too!
Ooh la la, digging the French vibe. From the beret, to the black and white shoes, this belle looked tres chic!
This monochrome maven looks toasty and chic. Love the patent utility boots.
Talk about dapper! How fly is this gent in a houndstooth coat and red pants? He’s like something out of a movie!
A metallic rose gold jacket, paired with bottle green Doc Martens and a leopard print coat. It’s all happening here, but it’s all working.
This twosome looked cosy and cool as they walked down Bedford Ave. Love the green velvet pants and the super high bun. Fun!
That’s all for this week. Keep strutting your best self on the streets of Brooklyn and you could be on the pages of Brokelyn street style soon!
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