Looks of the Week

Chic black & white, eye-catching prints, bold statement pieces, classic ladylike looks, and more from some of my favorite international street style stars!


{As you know, I love a good statement coat, and this gorgeous yellow number is calling my name. This look is so fun and so chic!}


{Black & white gingham paired with quilted leather is an unexpectedly fabulous combination!}


{What I love most about this look is the combination of colors, prints, fabrics, and textures – It’s ladylike and classic, but with a fresh, modern twist.}


{Polka dots and stripes are two of my favorite things – Combine them and I’m a happy, happy girl.}


{While I love to dress-up, sometimes all I want to do is throw on a pair of jeans and some easy separates and call it a day. Thanks to Zina for proving you can put together an easy look that’s still sharp as hell!}

{Click on images above to be taken to the original source}

Which of these killer Looks of the Week is YOUR favorite? 


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16 Responses to Looks of the Week

  1. You always find the best inspiration! I now need to scour the web for those black split ankle pants!

    xx Cara

  2. Obsessed with Zina’s look too! So simple and chic, a great Friday work wear look.


  3. Great selection of images. Would totally sport the last two looks!!

  4. such chic looks – i don’t know if I could just choose one favorite!

  5. So chic! Perfect inspiration for some holiday shopping!


    • Right? I can’t decide where to start to pick my holiday party looks! 🙂

  6. Ileana

    Love these outfits! The first yellow coat is gorgeous ^^


    Don’t forget to check my & other stories giveaway ^^

  7. We love the street style inspirations! <3 x

  8. Love the selection – you inspired me to write a post about inspirational trend :). My fav?!? mmm the ladylike lace drees in emerald green & black with red passion details. You are gonna kill with that style. LOL.

  9. Plaid can be very sophisticated and preppy, while polka dots are playful and casual. When paired together, these two create

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