December 2012 Street Looks
December has fully come into force with the accompanying elements including the chilly weather, snow and of course the festive mood on the threshold of Christmas and New Year celebration. So it is time for the well-grounded wrapping. Let’s take a look at the street looks from the streets of London to find the great outfits for the cold weather.
December 2012 Street Looks
Stephanie Redlick, office administrator, went for the ASOS coat, accessorized with New Look shoes and Cejon hat.
Alix Duvernoy, stylist, combined the vintage coat and dress, which she complemented with E. Werle hat and Loro Piana boots.
Anna Frosig, student, wears her grandmother’s cape along with H&M pink coat and hand-made skirt. As for the accessories, she opted for Vagabond shoes and Terminal D handbag.
Elenor Hayes, model, opted for Zara jacket, Arbercrombie & Fitch jeans, complemented with Topshop hat, Radley shoes and Longchamp handbag.
Emelie Wallin, merchandiser, teamed the UNIL coat with the Sid Vicious t-shirt and Seven Sisters jeans, accessorized with WESC hat.
Racquel Stewart, fashion stylist, wears the Urban Outfitters shorts along with Barneys in New York jumper and gilet, which she complemented with Topshop hat and Warehouse bag.
Ann-Christin Muller, art director, opted for the vintage coat, Urban Outfitters leggings, H&M shoes along with Daniel Richter handbag and Gallery Leiss hat.
Elisa Jimenez, student, combined Mango sweater, Zara pants, Massimo Dutti boots and Guess bag.
Elke Turnerm, specialist in human resources, has a total Zara look, which she diluted with Fiorelli bag.
Evangelia Chalatsakos, interior designer, went for Zara coat, H&M trousers, shoes and bag.
Julie Adler, fashion stylist, opted for Zara coat, H&M shirt, which she complemented with Jimmy Choo boots and Balenciaga bag.
Kata Oltai, curator and art historian, combined the Zara coat with the Monki trousers and vintage top. She accessorized the look with Nasha necklace and Isabel Marant shoes.
Nina Kodela, fashion journalist, wears Zara coat, Intimissimi tights along with Portobello Market scarf and Brick Lane bag.
Bo-Na Layla Hyun, student, went for the Primark shirt, top and shorts, which she complemented with Miss Sixty shoes and Paul’s Boutique bag.
Georgina Marling, director of the gallery, teamed the Zara Kids jeans, COS poncho and Manolo Blahnik shoes.
Jessica Nath, intern, made up her look from French Connection coat, Selected Fun sweater, Zara trousers, accessorized with Street Level bag and Gaastra scarf.
Olivia Williamson, graduate, combined the H&M coat with Zara jacket. As for the accessories, she opted for Mulberry bag.
Stevi Samson, singer, went for Zara cardigan, Topshop trousers and ASOS shirt along with Marks & Spencer shoes.