Manchester based fashion and lifestyle blog

10 August 2012

Womens Day - Style Crushes

It’s Women’sDay today here in South Africa, so I thought I’d celebrate by sharing my stylecrushes with you.  I don’t dress like anyof these women in particular, and they’re all quite different, but these arethe people I think rarely put a foot wrong, and I look to for inspiration.

Sometime Iwonder if its Blake Lively’s style I love or her GG alter ego Serena van derWoodsen?  Either way, I love the throwntogether, mismatched look, even if its not something I do often (although I amtrying to embrace clashing prints!!).

To meNicole Richie is a style chameleon.  Inher Rachel Zoe phase she embraced the boho trend, and has retained elements ofvintage now, without looking clone like, yet she can do young and funky just aseasy.   I love how you can see her styleevolving as she grows.

Rosie’s oneof my fave Brit girls.  She has a reallaid back style, despite where she is, epitomizing the British way of dressing:laid back, cool, and a bit “stick 2 fingers up”!!  If I could swop faces with anyone it would beher……………… or maybe just those lips!!

I know it’snot at all original, but Miss Moss (or Mrs Hince!) is my all time fashioncrush.  I love everything about her, fromher slept in hair and make up to her fashion choices, be it dressed down skinnyjeans to vintage haute couture.  I boughtmy 1st pair of grey skinny jeans after seeing her, and am now hooked,and I’d say her everyday look is most like mine (although on a lemonadebudget!!).

1 comment

  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog!

    I love all the above fashionistas and their style but I have to say that to me Kate Moss is number 1 ;)


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