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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | October 30, 2020

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Brisbane city street style

Brisbane city street style

| On 21, Jan 2014

This week the city was all a buzz with bright colours, over sized sunglasses and the ultimate summer accessory: A fresh fruit juice.

A common theme amongst those I interviewed was a knack for putting together inexpensive accessories and clothing pieces to create outfits with particular style or character.

These girls will show you how it’s done. Be inspired!

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IMG_1557IMG_1556Eboni, 20

Eboni describes her style as indie meets hardcore rocker.

She wears ASOS shorts, a tartan cropped top from Supre, white Converse and a vintage bag, pre owned by her grandmother and signed by Mohammad Ali.

She raids op shops weekly, and likes to find her clothes and accessories at places that are relatively cheap.

“People often think you need a lot of money to have style, but you don’t.” Eboni says.

Her style inspiration come from sixties musician Sixto Rodriguez and the modern Instagram sensation Monami Frost.

IMG_1544 IMG_1541Harriet, 26

Harriet wears a skirt from Lovely Girl, shoes from Novo and a bag from Rubi shoes.

She likes to mix and match clothes and knows how to throw together an outfit that is made up of relatively cheap purchases, but still looks cool and trendy.

Her favourite shopping destination in Brisbane is West End’s Box Vintage, and her style is inspired by Sticks and Stones Agency.

IMG_1553 IMG_1550Deborah, 18

Deborah wears a top from Dissh and shoes from City Beach.

She says her style is quite girly and feminine and inspired by Miranda Kerr.

Her favourite place to shop in the city is Dissh.

Next week we’ll be back with more Brisbane city street style.