Roman Erol Street Style

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ShirtTopman

HoodieTopman

Bomber JacketVintage

Ripped Skinny Jeans – Topman (Sold Out)

ShoesVans

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Tartan asymmetrical hem blouseSelf made

TrousersZara

Leather JacketTopman

Nike Air Force 1 High PremiumFootlocker

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CoatZara

ShirtCos

Ripped Skinny Jeans – Topman (Sold Out)

Nike Air Force 1 PremiumFootlocker

I had a very different vision in mind when I asked my friend Roman-Erol to model for a Street Style shoot and although the outcome did differ from what was in my head, I was pleased with the results. Roman’s style is very laid back and has a sort of demure air about it although that may be a by-product of his own persona. The asymmetrical tartan shirt was definitely a favourite although I didn’t know it was his own creation until much later (I’m upset he won’t teach me how to sew.)

We chose to shoot in Brick Lane because, well, it’s Brick Lane. I don’t think there’s ever been a time wherein I’ve wandered through that area and not come across someone who I immediately either feel the need to photograph or fawn over their style. It is definitely one of my favourite places in the whole of London. The same can definitely not be said for the weather that day! It was clear for about two minutes between each outfit change and pouring the next fifteen but apart from the less than desirable climate everything else went off with few hitches. An interesting first experience and I’m definitely going to be doing more of these kind of projects in the future.

All photographs were taken by the lovely and talented Jessica Apap

Website – http://www.jessicaapap.com/

Instagram – http://instagram.com/mcapap

It was such a pleasure to work with her!

If there are any inquiries on how to get involved in a project similar to this or any other kind with either myself or Jessica, email modainlondres@gmail.com

Hope everyone’s having a great week so far 🙂

Bjs **

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Groovy prints and Vintage Tribly’s

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Green Trilby Hat – I found a similar model at UrbanExcess  (The original was vintage)

ShirtZara

Denim JacketZara

Jeans – Zara

Shoes Vans

I liked how varied the colour scheme of this outfit was, the yellow twill Vans were surprising seeing as there was no other tinge of the colour on the rest of his form. Especially dug the hat (I have a collection of my own) and the acid wash jeans + denim jacket. Denim, Denim, Denim. I’m sort of crazy about it, especially pairing different shades together! The lighter denim jacket and the acid wash denim jeans worked out for this guy which doesn’t surprise me in the least as in my experience men are able to carry off these kind of denim collaborations very well.

The print on the shirt can only be described with one word by me; Groovy. It’s very much something that I myself would wear as I also have a thing for mens’ clothing- hence why most of my guy friends won’t lend me their jackets or sweatshirts due to fear that I’ll never give them back (They are right to be afraid).

As a side note, has anyone been to Convent Garden recently? Some of the street performers there are actually terrifyingly good! Give it a go if you’re in need for some entertainment  🙂

Hope everyone has a good week! Bjs **

Sofisticados Chique

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ScarfMatalan – A bargain at £6!

ShirtZara

BlazerNewlook

TrouserAllSaints

Black Patent Croc Toe CapNewlook

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Similar Statement Necklace Ebay , Asos and Topshop

 

I thought this look was effortlessly chic. The exclusion of pattern and print on the garments was made up for by the intricate floral design statement necklace and striped headscarf. This look just exudes an air of sophistication. Over all, very well put together.

 

Pretty Pastels.

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SweaterChloe

SkirtZara

Bag – Chloe – No longer in stock.

Personally I’d dig this outfit with a satchel such as this one from River Island.

The pastel sweater and slightly darker flowy nude skirt complemented each other very well.

This woman however was a bit iffy when I first asked to take her picture and asked if it was for personal use… I’m still recovering from that accusation.