Vintage – London
I believe in real street style, but I don’t believe in borrowed clothes for photo shoots. I am not the kind of blogger who will borrow coats, dresses or whatever from designers. I know it’s part of the business, but I am an average no one just like everyone else in the world. I buy my clothes, because I want to wear them more than once. I would rather wear something twice, because if I buy something I wear it until I can. I don’t think street style is about borrowed clothes. Street style is about your style, your clothes. Vintage, second-hand, limited edition clothes – whatever, if you can wear it in at least two ways people believe you know how to dress. knowing what is fashion is another thing to talk about.
I like vintage, I buy clothes in vintage shops and I usually look through my Mum’s old wardrobe, because she was the same size when she was the same age as me. I found something amazing once and I cannot wait to show that piece of treasure, but for now here is something else.
This photo shoot was about vintage style, however not everything is vintage. My jacket is from a vintage shop from Budapest and the shoes are second hand. I got them from Harriet when she decided to clean her wardrobe. The jumpsuit perfectly represents the vintage style with those huge roses and the colours and it was the base of this outfit, everything else just came with the idea of creating something vintage.
Photos by György Szokolay /szokolaygyorgy.com/
Jumpsuit – Superdry
Shoes – Converse /second hand from Harriet
Belt – Primark
Jacket – Szputnyik vintage shop Budapest