Wednesday, August 5, 2009

street style

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Someones been reading their Sartorialist. Anthro's new catalog arrived and you can definitely tell they've been influenced by all of the street style blogs, don't you think? Just the way the photos are captured. In a way I think its pretty cool - and in other ways I don't want that to be taken away from the blogs. Either way its interesting.
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Totally in love with this interior - and this haircut (for someday when I get my mom-cut).
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11 comments:

Lily G. said...

Awesome pictures. I just adore anthro.

Atomic Lola said...

I got that haircut around Thanksgiving last year. I promptly grew it out. Not that I didn't like it. It just wasn't me anymore.
Either way, I have a driver's license to prove it.

Eve said...

I haven't gotten the catalog yet but now I'm very excited to look through it! I agree that it seems sort of "street fashion" like which is really awesome! I love their stuff so much!

xoxo

Sara said...

Such amazing autumn inspiration!! Love it :)

chicknamedhermia said...

It's a good idea, but I kinda prefer looking at proper pics when buying clothes, ye know? That's one of the reason I don't like the American Apparel campaign!

Jessie said...

Ok, first of all, I LOVE that you just referenced your mom-cut. I've totally done that before and have been nearly laughed out of town by my friends...

Secondly, this is what I have scheduled to post today on TCC! So funny!

Abbie L. said...

lovely tones and colors!

Elaine said...

Those are great pictures! I thought they were from the Sartorialist for a second. I hope retailers don't take that away like you said. That's what makes fashion blogs so interesting. It's REAL.
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Clorivak said...

Awesome! What cool looks...great inspiration. It makes me want to do some HARDCORE shopping!

drollgirl said...

ha!!! i was thinking the same thing!!! and i tore out the picture of the brick wall because i loved it so much. wah. i want it. brick! brick be mine.

Indiana Adams said...

Oh, wow! You called it. Totally inspired by The Sartorialist. Love it!