Street shot, now I must say turquoise is a personal favorite color so I cannot get enough. Hannan Saleh image.
I’ve already wrapped up our street style and SS 2016 accessories forecast report for New York on and off the runway…. However; I really couldn’t get enough of street style this season, so I decided to conclude my accessories inspiration extravaganza with some of my favorite looks as shot by the lovely Hannan Saleh, for us at Sarara Couture. I think a blogazine like this one, needs to showcase how individuals interpret and wear jewelry, hats, bags, shoes, rings and beyond.
I love personalized items- that is pieces that we find that speak to us for whatever reason…. Hannan photograph. 2016
Why do we wear accessories? What role do they play in our daily lives. For some of us we have a fear of them and how to wear them, for others they are part of the dialogue that makes us who we are. I am one who feels naked without them. Accessories are truly part of our material culture- physical objects that offer clues about our cultures and ideologies. They speak to our roles in society, beliefs, gender and status…. I think as the international fashion week scene wrap up and Paris begins and ends there is still a bit more room for a little New York inspiration. This city offers a panorama of visual stimulus and messages through accessories. Hannan has a great eye for those moments, so enjoy a curated look at my personal favorite NYFW street style highlights from SS 2016. These are the things I would wear, inspire from and adore regardless of the trends. All below images were shot by Hannan- so let’s discuss-
NYFW SS2016, the perfect sunglass look. Captured by Hannan.
Bag envy, captured at NYFW, street style image. Hannan.
Layered necklaces and an a modern take on the 1970s makes this so appealing to me.
Giovanna Battaglia fashion editor wearing the best little golden bow belt! Hannan Saleh photo.
Gucci and snake rings…yes.. As seen on Natalie Joos.
Accessories inspiration in an easy breezy knotted scarf. Hannan photograph.
The style maker Sarah Rutson in an easy vintage inspired flight suit look/jumper and a touch of silver and gold.
TK wonder and her twin Cipriana Quann style it up in an effortless way. The models and Vogue contributors are a street style duo that continue to heat up the pavement!
A little yellow Chanel bag never hurt anyone….
NYFW street style image 2016. One of my favorites for the pop of red and the Lanvin necklace used in a unexpected combo of urban western.
Big green rings…
Can’t get enough of big mod silver cuffs ever….
Perfectly placed belt!
Arm candy and a good smile. Great accessories inspiration.
Love everything about this necklace and look! I mean what is this bag, where can I find one?
A little 60s bag inspiration.
Men can accessorize too, good mix up.
This red Valentino bag and basics is a great reminder of jeans, white and a pop of color in our main accessory goes a long way.
Stacked necklaces is always fun and adds a personal touch.
Long earrings in a fresh fun way.