Monday, 3 December 2018

MILLENNIALS IN SEARCH OF VINTAGE STYLE - Part 2

MILLENNIALS IN SEARCH OF VINTAGE STYLE - Part 2

Can you believe it. Almost the end of 2018. 
Such a fast moving year. It appears to have flown by.

Last time we were here, we introduced to to various people, 
mostly millennials that were attending the vintage fashion fair in 
London know as Frock Me.

We took a stroll into town to bring you an update, from the very same 
vintage fashion event and its stylish young attendees.

Sadly (only one) was kind enough to relinquish details about 
what they were wearing, 
regardless of every single one getting a business card 
with full contact details, email, phone, site, Instagram, and promising 
they would follow and Direct Message me with details of what 
they were wearing. All promised, and only one delivered.
So for the first time in years, we have to share with you a set of images, 
with nothing on who they are, and what they are wearing.

Why make the effort we say.
If you don’t want the world to recognise it, and pay attention to your effort?
This is not, and nerver has been a blog for images of just endless 
pretty women and young girls. You may see many out of circomstance, 
but this is, has and always will be, a fashion blog, 
with a strong focus on what people are wearing and the celebration 
of their sense of individuality, in a world where that is rare to see.
Enjoy the images 
 This is Artist and Painer Xu Yang, wearing a purple vintage sheep fur coat 
from new York, Chanel glasses, a hoodie from Porsche Drivers, a scarf 
from Mulberry, with trousers and trainers by Nike.

All images featured in this blog belong to and are shot by 
Pat Lyttle  of  JSTREETSTYLE 
   
 These images are copyrighted and belong to Pat Lyttle of JSTREETSTYLE.
You cannot use these images unless permission is given.

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