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Brisbane city street style

Brisbane city street style

| On 20, Feb 2014

This week in Brisbane city our street stylers explored fun and creative ways to work an outfit.

They proved no matter where you’re from, your background or your age, anyone can have style.

Check out who we spotted below!

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Muriel

It is impossible to miss Muriel as she wanders the streets of Brisbane city; her colourful attire and stand-out smile ensure it.

Her entire outfit is from Europe, specifically France and Spain.

She associates fashion with the French saying, “Joie de vivre,” meaning “the joy of living.”

“It has to be fun, modern and stylish and of course colourful!” she said.

Muriel says many people on the streets comment on her style and how happy it makes them.

She says accessories are an important part of putting together a creative outfit.

“Life is too short,” she said.

“Have fun with what you wear!”

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Sheree, 20  (left) and Emily, 20 (right)

Sheree and Emily rock some of this season’s biggest trends: tartan and leather.

Sheree wears a top from Vinnies and a leather Mink Pink skirt.

She says her style is comfortable and girly, and that she likes to shop at feminine stores such as Princess Polly, Dissh and Verge Girl.

Emily wears a tartan dress from General Pants and Converse.

She describes her style as grungy, and says she is a huge fan of tartan at the moment.

Her fashion icon is model and popular Instagramer Natasha Lillipore.

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Shelley, 18

Shelley says she likes to dress modern and casual.

Her top is from Glassons, her shorts are Paper Heart and her bag is from Sportsgirl.

She likes to shop at General Pants and Topshop, and looks to YouTube style guru Sunbeamsjess for inspiration.

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