Style Hunter: The Best Street Style Looks Of The Month

26 June 2014 by

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Charlotte Carter Allen - Model

The sports bra has become an acceptable layering tool - and why not? Charlotte combines her with clashing jazzy prints on a vintage shirt and Primark skirt - looking all the more current as a result.

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Jade Conroy - Journalist

The Duster Coat is the new silhouette of the season - pick one up like Jade from your Mum's closet! Team with a crisp tennis dress and mules like this Zara pair to keep it looking now.

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Martha Thorpe - Student

Add colourful hippy jewellery to an all-black and uber minimal tough-girl look like Martha, to make your outfit unique - a matching fringe is not essential, but fabulous.

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Noreen Goodwin - Mother of eight

We love new Milan-based designer Stella Jean and Noreen wears hers with extra chic by adding metallic Acne heels and a Chanel perfume bottle bag - ultra-cute.

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Sandra Kaminska

Sandra has defaulted to some big boy designers with this Dolce & Gabbana skirt and Louis Vuitton sneakers but she knows how to keep them cool: sporty touches and a slouchy ensure that her look isn't too precious.

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Lucrezia Moncada di Paterno

Lucrezia is flying the Zara flag in this boxy white shirt. Daytime separates appear to be the way forward for Cannes - especially when chic and smart (rather French, non?) like these.

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Candela Novembre

You ain't nobody in Cannes without some monogrammed leather goods: a Louis Vuitton bucket bag will see you through the crowd of A-listers with a nautical-striped look.

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Silence Thay

Silence wears a top and shorts from Zara and looks easy-breezy for Cannes - no glitz needed when you have simple white cotton and khaki.


Brave enough to wear a skort suit to Cannes? Ingrid gets lots of points and her long jacket / slip-on skate shoes from H&M add extra cool to her individual look.

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Martha Graeff

Martha wears a classic Chanel Boy bag with a cute sporty ensemble of sweatshirt and ripped shorts, showing us how to make an investment piece look perfectly low-key.

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This is how to mix-up a nautical stripe (from Ralph Lauren): flip the cuffs and throw on a floaty vintage skirt.


An oversized silk blouse is a great fit for a structured skirt like this one from Aussie brand Shakuhachi. Picking out the silver detailing with complimentary rope sandals and Michael Kors sunnies ties the outfit together expertly.   

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Nan Richards, Fashion PR

Nan knows how to ride the crest of uptown meets downtown wave with this collegiate-style Sandro sweater and metallic Whistles skirt. Matching silver sandals and a Chloe bag add chunky daytime touches to her glitz.

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Ella Patten, Marketing Executive

Ella is doing her bit for the A-line dress comeback campaign. This vintage number is cool in a utility shape with huge pockets and a chunky belt her sporty Lacoste tote bag adds extra cool - especially in red's favourite complimentary colour: green.

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Orsalia Munkeni, Designer

Orsalia shows us how to do summer layering in this slouchy Topshop waistcoat. Printed shorts custom-made in Africa ensure that she packs a unique punch too.

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Weez Haycocks, Works in a cupcake shop

Weez has fully adopted the skate trend that has infiltrated the fashion world lately. The loose shape of this Joryich t-shirt dress combined with black luxe accessories from Nike and New Look means her short hemline looks super casual.

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Steph Barry, IT Developer

How to go out with no trousers on? Add a preppy cable-knit jumper and some knee-high H&M socks to your Urban Outfitters shirt to distract passers-by with your studious-style. A super chic mannish coat from Zara will top it off.

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Alby Bailey, Design Assistant

Alby knows how to work this skirt length without looking to pretty in pleats. Her vintage midi looks positively normcore with River Island ankle boots and a Topshop anorak.

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Anastasia Orlova

A preppy Burberry trench and Zadig & Voltaire shirt are given extra sass with a Maje mini and Forgal knee-high socks - the key is all in the mix.

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Charlotte De Carle

Charlotte has made an accessoriy of her House of Marley headphones, combined with black patent boots make the perfect tough-girl foil for her tropical Topshop boilersuit.

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Gizele Oliveira, Model

Gizele has successfully married a bit of woodstock (fringed bag) with '90s accessories (plastic choker and heart-shaped glasses) with this irreverent statement bomber. It's all about adding a dash of eccentricity to nail a thrown-together look.

Naomi Sharpe

Kimonos were EVERYWHERE in Coachella and are set to be a staple cover-up this summer - get one like this from Boohoo. Hippie '70s is a great touch for a city denim look. Extra points for the off-key pointy flats.

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Shahara Prajapa

These clompy Tipp-Ex white sandals from River Island are the perfect pop to lift Shahara's black body-con crop ensemble from Topshop.

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Paula Goldstein di Principe, Creative Director

Paula has taken on this summer's hottest denim trend: the white dungaree. This Frame pair look perfectly boyish with an Antipodium sweater and luxe leather Eytys sneakers: a lesson in laid-back cool.

This week we pounded the pavements of the fashion graduate shows to see what looks are ticking the trendsetters box (clutch)es...

According to the summer-savvy girls on the street, it's now warm enough to wear tropical prints, micro minis and crop tops (knee-high socks seem to be a blustery-day trend too). Denim is de rigueur, as usual, but this summer it's taken a twist: try teaming it with a hippie kimono, try-on white dungarees or adopt an oversized coat for a new way to wear the world's favourite fabric. Alternatively use a statement coat to up the ante of your outfit: an anorak, printed bomber or mannish crombie are the perfect tough-girl antidote if you're summer dress is feeling a bit too pretty. This season's dressing is all about the mix.

Shop this month's favourite looks below:

Clockwise from left:

1. Destructured Trench - £59.99 at Zara

2. Boxy Shirt - £165 at Joseph

3. Printed Skirt by Stella Jean - £252 at Matches

4. Navy and Silver Heels by Kin - £85 at John Lewis

5. Khaki Shorts - £140 at MATCHESFASHION.COM

6. Tan Sandals by Steve Madden - £35 at House of Fraser


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