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21 Sep

London Street Style #1

London can be a great inspiration when it comes to fashion, and fall is one of the greatest season to show your layers, striking boots and stylish sweaters. Throughout this fall, we will be guiding you through how to look stylish, comfortable and warm by including London street style inspiration featuring with many fashion forward new brands. From casual to everyday, and from chic to a more condident and luxe weekend outfits, The Simone Magazine is drawing inspiration from colours and hope you will too!Today, we are glad to style leather skirts, red hot boots and sweatshirts for a dress down yet stricking look to run some erands around London. Leather skirt can be a real game changer in the outfit and especially if it has intricate cuts just like this one from Delphine the Label. Not only it looks impressive, we are yet to add more fire with a red hot pair boots, which is an absolute necessity this season. Billi Bi has a selection of stylish boots in the most stlish colour palette. Whilst the bottom part looks nicely fitted, edgy and rock’n’roll, we are making it more casual smart with an oversizer sweater from Holzweiler. The puffed look gives it a youthfull and trendy vibe, whilst the soft garments keeps you warm without the need to put on a coat for early autumn days.Accessories Edit: We don’t skip without the one and only stylish pair of sunglasses – the retro looking cat eyes from Spektre Sunglasses, which suddenly transforms this street look into a cool chic vibe. For handbag, we add black leather studded box bag from Hieleven, which you can wear body crossed with a longer strap, or with a shorter studded handle.

Red Ankle Boots // Billi Bi

Black Faux Leather Skirt // Delphine the Label

Sweater // Holzweiler

Sunglasses // Spektre Sunglasses

Handbag // Hieleven

Edited by Simone Stabinskaite

Photography by Gus Snarskis

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