Street Style Blogs to Bookmark

Street style is possibly our favorite part of fashion month. It's certainly become a circus over the past few years, but for every shot of a showboating clown there is a well-balanced, put-together person to be found. And those photos provide endless inspiration for dressing—perhaps it's a woman with an impeccably tailored suit, a man who masterfully layers his clothes or a model who's jumping from one show to another. The only problem is finding the best ones. If you're lost in a world of Prada creepers and crazy coats, fear not, we'll sort you out. Here are some of our old favorites and a few newcomers. Enjoy.

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Jak and Jil by Tommy Ton

Even the most novice of street style enthusiasts know who Tommy Ton is. A familiar face around fashion weeks, he has a laser focus and killer eye. You could say he's the king of detail shots and the master of those candid poses. We've been fans for longer than we care to admit.
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Backyard Bill by William Gentle

Alright, Backyard Bill isn't exactly a "street style" blog but these days the lines get so blurred that it's silly to nitpick. Run by William Gentle, Backyard Bill provides a look at somebody's style in their enviornment. Sure, there's not that spontaneous factor but it provides the same inspiration as any other of these sites. Well worth it.
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Mr. Newton

We've seen Mr. Newton all over the place the past few seasons. Sometimes he's endangering his life for a shot (for serious) or other times he's just out and about hunting for shots. Wherever and whoever he's shooting, it usually inspires instant style envy.
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Le 21ème by Adam Katz Sinding

You may think you're looking at a street style blog, but you're wrong. The about section of Le 21ème describes it as "your photo-journalistic view into the daily world of fashion from cities and Fashion Weeks around the world." Okay, cool, we're totally into that. You'll find some of the most artfully composed shots around and chances are it will make you want to fly wherever there's a fashion week.
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Street Peeper by Phil Oh

Phil's site has been a member of our Google Reader for some time now. We love how his shots are all organized by city and provide a truly global look at style. You can easily get lost on his site and imagine yourself someplace else. But then you'll realize you're still at work and life is unfair.
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The Sartorialist by Scott Schuman

If the internet and street style go together like peas and carrots, then Scott Schuman is the one doing the cooking. The Sartorialist has been at this game for years and I'd venture to say that a lot of street style blogs out there now cite him as inspiration. Scott's work is the perfect "gateway drug" to street style, you know, in case you need one.
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All the Pretty Birds by Tamu McPherson

Tamu McPherson is a busy woman. She's a mother, a photographer and she travels all over the world on the regular for her work. That alone is reason enough to admire her, but when you see her work you'll understand why we're even more obsessed. Brandon, our Editor-in-Chief, is a huge fan of hers and can regualrly be spotted perusing the site.
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The Girl Can Shoot by Enoxi Sureka Dharman

This one is relatively new on our radar, but no less important. It provides a view of style from Down Under—a land we don't get to see very often since it's free of fashion month's clutches...for now. Almost all the shots are of "real" people and you get the sense that every outfit is something you could pull off on your own.
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Who is Bobb Parris? by Michelle Parris

The last on our list comes from across the pond. Who is Bobb Parris? run by Michelle Parris (who has her own amazing style) gives a glimpse at some of London's best dressed all through Michelle's unique lens. No website makes us want to dress like a Londoner more.

Shot by Michelle Parris for Who is Bobb Parris?

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