More conservative than New York City, less hipster than Chicago and more diverse than Los Angeles; D.C. is often overlooked as one of the major fashion-forward cities of the U.S.
While the Kate Mosses of the world might not be roaming our sidewalks, we've got the next best thing: the fashionistas and fashionistos that are the students of the University of Wisconsin -Madison.
If asked to describe Belmont's ultimate trendsetter, I would have to say she isn't afraid to wear what feels right. She's a free spirit and dresses for herself only.
Since taking over the design reins for the men's division of Club Monaco, Aaron Levine has made the label more than just a stop for wardrobe basics. He's made it a resource for updated classics, the kind that merits the eye of street style bloggers.
Chef and restaurateur Kelly Myers of Xico (pronounced "chee-ko") in Portland, Oregon shows us how to make a quick form of enchiladas, she refers to as street-style.
Coming out of L.A. and starring Lisa Katnic as the perfect hybrid of alterna-wierdo and sunny California girl, LisaTV takes you to a monster truck rally, LGBT Renaissance Faire, Goth Day at Disneyland and more.
Jonathan Pryce devotes certain hours of his day to document the beard culture, which he labels "a developing trend," in the British capital. His daily discoveries end up on his blog, also the home of his project, 100 Beards, 100 Days.
Oh how I love walking around different neighborhoods in Brooklyn. Mostly to scope the style of parents.
It's time to layer and bundle up. Before we go off and enjoy pumpkin-everything at our favorite bakeries or stomp through the piles of leaves, let's take a look back at a few fashionable festival goers from the end of summer!
Social media platforms such as Tumblr, Instagram, Pinterest, and even fashion blogs are responsible for a major shift in authenticity within the street style sphere.
New York Fashion Week (my very first) has been an eye-opening experience. It was fun being an outsider and observing the chaos on the cusp of the next...
Over the last two weeks, I was out talking to inspirational women about hair and makeup for beauty street style and unknowingly located the gorgeous (and grown-up) Mia Sara -- you know her as Sloane from the 1986 teen comedy "Ferris Bueller's Day Off." That was definitely a highlight of my professional career. But when I wasn't photographing former teen idols, I still had a little time to capture some cool stuff during my commute.
Even though the Mad Decent Block Party was less than decent due to its abrupt end, I had the chance to hang out with the lucky few who actually got to enjoy the music and snap some photos of the best dressed at the block party.
Wicker Park Fest is Wicker Park and Bucktown district's biggest annual event featuring local and national musical acts. This all takes place in the heart of Chicago's trendiest neighborhood, so my street style radar was on high alert.
I've noticed more and more while gathering photos for my Cool Stuff on the Street series, that although I'm the one stopping people on the street, ult...
This year's Lolla-goers had a lot to deal with -- braving the heat, thunderstorms, and mud pits. Lucky for me, many a concertgoer still knew how to bring their style to the tumultuous Chicago weekend weather.