Sunday, 11 August 2019


August calling but the rain is still falling. 
That's what it's been like of late, on the streets of London. A wash out. 
Heard that age old phrase, "Dress for a British Summer?" 
Well it's a saying for good reason. It makes clear sense, as most UK summer's 
are a washout. So the images brought to you in this post, are scattered, 
just like the showers of recently, over a few days, or weeks of what we 
came across on in terms of the cool and stylish on London's streets.
Still very low on the counter for Japanese style presently, so please get in touch 
all you cool young Japanese, and step up to the challange. 
Your style crown is slipping. Other cool folk are now wearing it proudly.

This handsome and cool looking dude is Sum Yup Kim from South Korea. 
He wears a suit by Coast, with a vintage T-shirt and necklace. His shoes 
are by Humant.
 Love these two. Either on a date or just hanging out, but they look so close 
and so in the groove of the moment. We spotted them in London's China Town
 Who says your mum cant be cool, and she must dress and act her age?
This is the amazing Naoe from Thailand. She wears a white sheath 
sweater dress by Greyhound, with a Chanel bag and sandals also by Chanel
We spotted her out and about with her daughter. Classic pretty young thing 
but WOW! Her mum Rocks! Way awesome style wiich we LOVE.
Classic Italian beauty doesn't have to be conventional. 
Why can't it be unconventional and avant garde. So let's mix it up a bit,
and get artistic about how we see beauty, like on this Italian MAC 
make up artist we spotted on her way from work. 
 Now for the Footsie Index
We spotted these cool and exciting heels from shoe master Roger Vivier. 
You all know what we're talking about when we mention these words. 
We know how much you all love pretty shoes. Special Update soon. 
We just had to share them with you. Excitement is ment to be shared.

All images featured in this blog belong to and are shot by 
Pat Lyttle  of  JSTREETSTYLE 
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