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10 Best Dressed: Our Favorite Street Style Looks

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We were chatting to some new bloggers recently and it wasn’t until we were talking about all of our most memorable photos snapped on the street that we thought to do a round up of some of our favorite looks from over the last five years. So here are the best street style looks from around the world. Click the image to see more looks.

3 piece mens suit

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In Our (Family’s) Closet: Vintage Fashion Photo

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vintage photo

When our family visited a few weeks ago, they brought along some old photos for us to keep safe. When we were perusing through them, reminiscing of years past, we came across this photo of Adria’s sister/Travis’ wife’s communion in the early 80s.

We were always told our grandmother (on the right) was stylish, but it wasn’t until we saw this picture of her that we understood. She just has such an elegance to her. We loved her monochromatic look, a color palette you’d see a women in her 20s wearing now. Her outfit is very age appropriate, but has a youthfulness to it with the bow belt and flirty ruffle on the hem of the shirt.

What was even more shocking was that our mother didn’t look half bad! Adria owns a striped dress shirt with a ruffle down the front now. She also loves pencil skirts. Our mother has a look à la Ghostbusters, and we’re not hating it! Even our father has some swagger with his suit; always one to love bold patterns.

Do any of you look have fashion memories of your parents or relatives? Do you look up to any of their styles? We’d love to hear about it because we truly believe fashion is a reinterpretation of styles past, so we love to hear about other people’s memories.

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A Stylist’s Street Style

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On Saturday, I had the pleasure of spending most of the afternoon with Bryan, a fellow personal shopper and stylist here in Seattle. We talked fashion and life, and I have to say every time I have the opportunity to get to know Bryan, the more awesome I realize he is! We had a fun little photo shoot to show off what he was wearing. Just love the oatmeal colored denim…

Bryan Carle Seattle

personal shopper Bryan Carle

mens oatmeal denim

street style of a stylist Seattle

mens denim on denim

Seattle street style mens

You can check out Bryan’s website and services at http://www.bryancarle.com.

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Best Friend’s Street Style

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While in New York we snapped a photo of Adria’s best friend, Colleen. We love her play on proportions, mixing cozy layers in a minimalist utilitarian look. We snapped this right after checking out the Aire Roman bath, a spa that has one of the best ambiances we’ve ever experienced.

military fatigue jacket

black hipster tote

Spotted: Tribeca, Franklin Street
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Minimalist Street Fashion

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Minimalist ethereal street style
women's camel satchel crossbody

We were taken aback by this women’s ethereal presence. Her look is so simple, but with her slicked back hair and effortless demeanor she steals stares.

Spotted: Ballard Ave NW
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