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Can you answer all of our fashion questions? TFF Challenge

Can you answer all of our fashion questions? TFF Challenge

The TFF challenge is back and all about fashion questions! This is the sum up of the most fun facts about fashion! Once a week our TFF team asks the most stylish by-passers on the streets what they know regarding fashion.

This week’s fashion quiz questions in this episode will be:

What is the most popular movie about fashion?
What is the most popular perfume in world?
How long is the longest catwalk in the world?

Want to know the answers and see how well you do with our fashion questions? Than go ahead and enjoy our new video! Explore some fun facts about fashion and keep track of the best street style outfits!

 

How to create a street style

How to create a street style

Where do the fashionistas of tomorrow get their inspiration nowadays? Not in stores, not in magazines or on tv but on the streets! Or on blogs that feature street style… Today, people are obsessed with what their favorite bloggers or models are wearing while crossing the street. Those are the people setting the trends – not the runway.

Good Morning New York 🚕🗽 #feminist 💪🏻

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In between the Shows with my babe @notyourstandard ❤ || #nyfw

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To be trendsetter like that, you need to hit the streets. And we’re not talking about the cul-de-sacs of your town or the roads that lead to your local mall. You need to go to the coolest neighborhood in the nearest city, sit on a bench and watch the crowds roll by. Whether they’re punks, skaters, fashionistas, goths, or hipsters, you can inhale fashion inspiration from all of them.

Where were thick black-framed glasses, trucker hats and neon-hued skinny jeans before they were on the runways and taking over malls across America? That’s right, the streets. You name the trend and it most likely started on the street, not in the mind of a haute-couture designer. If there’s one common misconception about streetwear, it’s that it’s easy.

#veronikaheilbrunner after #versace #milanfw #streetstyle

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If a road trip is out of the question, there are plenty of blogs out there that feature amazing photos of street style from all over the world. With the help of those I’ll tell you about the challenge of creating a street style. Let me give you some tips and tricks for creating looks that could appear in street style blogs or magazines.

#LFW Day Two ||

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Dressing like a street style star means thinking out of the box most of the time. Wearing a skirt in fall and winter more often to break out of your fashion normality is one good example of getting closer. In order to have a good base in your wardrobe, you should invest in high quality basic garments like jeans with the perfect fit, leather boots, sneakers, white blouses etc…

#oliviapalermo in #carolinaherrera after the #Herrera show #nyfw #ss17 #streetstyle

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Investing in those pieces is something you won’t regret. There’s still enough garments or accessories you can shop cheaper since they don’t need to last forever anyway. Even if you don’t want to or just can’t invest in the latest designer it-bags doesn’t mean your out of the street style game. Just try to add an eye catcher to your outfit, whether it’s a fancy coat or a nice bag – real street style doesn’t need to be designer clothes from head to toe. Ever tried crazy color combinations? I don’t mean dressing like a parrot but trying out some new colors or pattern combinations may bring you closer to create a real street style.

phil-approved print-mixing by @tracygeorgiou

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Pink and red is a no go? Well, depends on how you style it. Actually this combo can look really nice and was one of the trends last spring.

The secret is to be a bit more brave when it comes to colors and the rule is not to mix too many different colors (the thing with the parrot, remember?).

#carolinedaur and her squad from Germany at #ArtBasel

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Eyecatchy stuff isn’t your thing at all? Well, monochrome style is also seen often on street style stars. Just make sure you surprise with special cuts or create a new shape. Pairing an edgy piece like fishnet stocks to a more elegant outfit will boost your whole look. Not really monochrome but less fancy than pairing different colors is pairing matching colors like olive and beige or rosé and baby blue.

@jennymwalton, photo by Tommy Ton / @tommyton

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What else? Try to present new cuts most of the time. Showing a ruffle blouse when ruffles had their peak isn’t a fashion statement.

Mixing different and contrasting materials is another of those street style secrets.

say Gucciiiiiiiiiiiii. 😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃

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Whether monochrome or colorful – pairing a knit sweater with a neoprene skirt and velvet boots is something you may not create usually while standing in front of your closet. That’s just what I mean with “thinking out of the box”!

Photo by Phil Oh / @mrstreetpeeper

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Special fabrics like velvet, leather, (fake) fur, neoprene, silk or shiny materials like the metallic trend are the perfect way to boost an otherwise basic look. Just make sure the fabrics appear in a surprising way like fur on your sneakers or leather trousers.

Photo by Joanna Totolici / @joannatotolici

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A similar trick on how to create a nice street style is to mix different styles. That means pairing a feminine and romantic wide skirt with a men’s blazer or opting for slingback pumps when wearing a boyfriend cut jeans.

Combining stuff that doesn’t really fit together at first sight is one of the secrets behind the outstanding looks of street style stars.

@veronikaheilbrunner, photo by Acielle / @styledumonde

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Now, it’s your turn! Creating a street style means most of all being brave and never lose inspiration! Get out of your comfort zone and check your wardrobe for new street style looks to create…

Stockholm Street Style

Stockholm Street Style

Anyone who has ever visited Stockholm knows that people there are not only very good looking but also have an excellent taste in clothes and a sense for upcoming trends. They combine Scandinavian minimalistic fashion style with different garments, always ready to experiment with bright fabrics, unusual patterns or avant-garde cut pieces.

#stockholmstreetstyle before #gretagram#ss17#fashionweek

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Streetsyle right before the #gretagramss17 Show #Stockholmstreetstyle#fashionweekgretagram#stockholm#fashion

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#modelsoffduty right after the #gretagram fashion show #stockholm#streetwear#Stockholmstreetstyle#ss17#fashionweek#fashion

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