VIVA F A S H I O N sTREET sTylE jordan, aged 20 teams brogues, jeans and a pale blue shirt with a long beige mac perfect for wrapping up warm in the January weather. He works for French Connection, however loves the clothes from high-street store Topman. His style is influenced from fellow Northerner Morrissey whom he cites as somewhat of a fashion idol. >>
Benito, aged 24, keeps it simple by contrasting different shades of grey against each other to create an understated stylish ensemble. Claiming that he creates his own looks and does not see the point in copying celebrities in order to create a quirky style. Wearing high-street labels such as Topman and All Saints he sets his look off with a rather special Vivienne Westwood brooch pinned to his jacket. >>
Emma, a 35-year-old personal assistant, shows us a classic elegance teaming a leather jacket with black shorts and high-heeled boots. A splash of colour with a kaiki top can make an outfit look sophisticated yet differentiate it from work clothes so it is still funky and casual. Her cropped blonde hair is the real stand out piece in this outfit, meaning she does not need to go overboard on bright colours. >>
A brightly coloured trench coat is perfect for adding a touch of colour to the winter wardrobe. jessica, aged 19, used royal blue to contrast against her grey jumper to create a unique look that is finished off with her matching brown bag and shoes. A fashion student at Salford University Jessica draws her inspiration from style icons Alexa Chung and Mary Kate Olsen, as well as her love of the vintage British look.
Adam is a sales representative for Firefly Photography and on his feet all day so comfy shoes are essential. He teams them with the on trend ripped jeans and a comfy farmer style jacket to keep him warm. Adam prefers to wear any clothes that are different and will help him stand out from the crowd, however his store of choice is Selfridges where he can pick up some great designer clothes.
Jeans and leggings are always a winning combination as Emmelia shows us. The use of a patterned scarf is an easy way to add texture and patterns to any outfit and teaming it with a bright coloured shoe helps the her stand out from the crowd. This self-employed stylist loves the Boho style and wears it whenever she gets the chance.
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