Street, Melbourne Style 

Whether you have a more classic style, monochromatic or prefer sleek lines when it comes to your fashion choices, it’s easy to incorporate the new street style into your everyday word robe.

Tip: Stick to white, greys and blacks, add a pop of colour like blue and khaki to brighten the look. 


Jacket:  Seed Heritage Top: Sold out but similar here on sale Seed Heritage Jeans: Jamie at Topshop Shoes: Converse sneakers Bag: Braun Buffel Charm: Seed Heritage sold out similar here 

Korean fashion is popping up in Melbourne at the moment. My recent visit to Zara Bourke street, showcased tonal grey pieces, navy, white and black shirts mixed with oversized boyfriend jeans and sneakers. Now don’t worry if your thinking, I just can’t pull this off, we’ll have I got some ideas to help you. Just come back to basics and think how you can mix my pieces to create a more street style. 

I love mixing classic pieces like this seed heritage grey coat, it has the fit and shape of the recent Korean fashion trend, but u paired it with a classic white knit, sleek and straight not oversized, paired it with my old faithful top shop Jamie black jeans and finished the look with the ever so cult classic converse sneakers! 

I love this look and it’s safe to say I will be rocking this again. I used some basic points of the recent street fashion trends but made it my own.