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Brisbane street style: Southbank

Brisbane street style: Southbank

| On 22, Apr 2014

We beat the heat this week by checking out the versatile street style at the Southbank markets and grabbing a smoothie (or two) along the way.

The Southbank markets are a great way to experience the different food, art, culture and fashion Brisbane has to offer.

Check out the street stylers we spotted at the markets this week.

IMG_1794Fiouni, 30

Fiouni says her style is cool, unique and casual. She believes the secret to good style is changing it up, and bringing in different elements everyday to reflect your mood.

Her sunglasses are from a Sydney market.

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Samantha, 16

Samantha wears a dress from Dragonberry, an iridescent bag from Sportsgirl and Dr Martens.

Her style oozes retro vibes and is a creative example on how to incorporate monochrome into an everyday outfit.

She recommends checking out Verge Girl, Box Vintage and Downes Shoes, who are located in Fortitude Valley, specialise in Dr Martens and Blunderstones and are definitely worth checking out.

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Emily,18

Fashionable flair must run in the family, because Samantha’s older sister, Emily,  also knows how to make an outfit work.

Emily wears a dress from Dissh, a bag from Universal Store and vintage rose earrings (that I’m kind of obsessed with).

Her favourite Brisbane clothing stores are Sunday Social, Tree of Life and Mombassa, and her style is predominately feminine.

She says she dislikes really chunky shoes (while her sister loves them) and her advice to anyone looking to change up their style is not to be afraid to stand out from the crowd.

“I hate looking like everyone else, and try to find one offs whenever I can,” she said.

Next week we’ll uncover more of Brisbane’s best street style.