Posts tagged street style
P is for Paint It Red
Tory’s Ambrosia sandals hit the streets of Milan — the perfect finishing touch to an all-rouge look.
Photo by Adam Katz Sinding/Le 21ème
C is for Camera-Ready
Garance Doré's assistant Alexandra Perron is as adept in front of as behind the lens.
F is for Fashion Assistant
The key to a smooth fashion week. Here, Anna Dello Russo’s right-hand woman, Carlotta Oddi.
G is for Gilty
A little gold goes a long way. Elisa Baudoin pairs Tory’s Oversized Medallion sunglasses with a gold-fringed jacket and glittering gold shoes.
S is for Spotted
Style.com’s Market Director Marina Larroude spotted on the streets in a spotted cheetah print jacket — and Tory’s Oversized Medallion sunglasses.
A is for Americana
The Italian way. Milan blogger Chiara Ferragni of The Blonde Salad caps off her red, white and blue perfection with Tory’s beaded Ambrosia Sandal.
I is for In These Shoes
The name of Kirsty MacColl’s 2000 song — featured in Tory Burch’s first-ever CD — as well as our new Pinterest board, dedicated to stellar shoe inspiration and need-to-know style tips.
S is for Splash
Make a splash this summer with bright and bold colors — and mix in some contrasting prints, too. Pink chevron stripes and blue tie-dye, anyone?
Tory’s Kelby skirt and Bruno camera bag (both on model, right) photographed by Tommy Ton for Harper’s Bazaar
F is for Fleet Feet
London bloggers Bonnie Rakhit and Natalie Hartley made our Miles sneaker and Tanner flat their own, proving that the sneaker-trench and sandal-moto jacket balance totally works.
M is for Mix
A combination of contrasting elements — like this patchwork-like coat from Maje and Tory’s small lizard-and-resin tortoiseshell frame bag, both worn by Kayture blogger Kristina Bazan here.
Photographed by James Vyn
G is for Golden
Bright and sunny yellow — and the perfect style statement for summer.
Atlantic Pacific’s Blair Eadie in Tory’s Isidor Dress
E is for Elisa Nalin
The Paris-based stylist and brand consultant who doesn’t let a little thing like weather stop her from wearing vibrant colors and prints.
G is for Garry Winogrand
Street-style photographer before there was a thing called street style. A new retrospective at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art spotlights his striking images of everyday postwar America.
Woman Riding Bicycle, 1975 by Garry Winogrand; used with Permission © The Estate of Garry Winogrand, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco
P is for Paillettes
High-wattage sequins and spangles. Not just for night, they’re great as a subtle accent for more casual day looks.