Street Chic from the Streets of London

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The looks from the London streets revealed that the best way to warm up during the chilly fall days is slipping into the stripes and thick knitwear in the classical hues. Don’t forget to complement your look with the wool hat, jumper and the pleated skirt and you are all set for reaching the true London look.

Looks from the streets of London

Yola Lin, student, paired the American Apparel jumper and leggings, Skap bag and Lazy Oaf hat.
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Agatha Lintott, buyer, teamed the House of Holland dress, COS jumper and Converse footwear, which she complemented with Topshop hat.
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Astrid Simmons, investment promotion employee, opted for the Zara jacket, House of Harlow 1960 pants accessorized with Furla bag.
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Carolina Fulcher paired the coat and skirt by Zara. She complemented the look with Ray-Ban eyewear and Salvatore Ferragamo boots.
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Giannina Pilar Kramer, student, opted for the total Bas Koster look.
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Holly Parkhouse, student, decided to go for Chiccia Lualdi coat, American Apparel skirt and the hand-made jumper accessorized with Carvella boots and Rachel Boston necklace.
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Iris Zheng, student, combined the trousers and gilet by Zara, coat and shirt by Topshot. She added the Episode shoes, Pied a Terre hat and Chloe bag to the outfit.
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Rodica Stina, nail technician, opted for Zara jacket, Villa trousers. She complemented the look with Liu Jo handbag and Gucci sunglasses.
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Rosalind Jana, student, had the total vintage look including the mum’s top and grandma’s necklace.
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Sally Crompton, works in PR, teamed the Topshop coat, New look trousers and Zara boots, which she accessorized with the vintage hat and Topshop purse.
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