Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Nick Wooster’s Summer Obsession

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This Summer my obsession is the white shoe.


I have always owned them, but they’re the thing I always changed my mind about at the last minute–until now.

 

I always thought they were a bit jarring but now I can’t get enough of them.  I’ve been wearing them non-stop since April.

 

I also think the white shoe is the perfect item to wear with Fall/Winter clothes to make something “weather appropriate” feel new as the season starts to change. Transitional dressing is the hardest.

 

I wore them with my tuxedo to the CFDA Monday night!  (Maybe a bad idea–but I went for it).

 

 

-Nick Wooster

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

On the Street….Houston St., New York

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I thought the sunglasses deserved a closer look

 

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

On the Street…Howard St., New York

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Tuesday, June 3, 2014

On the Street…..Crosby St., New York

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Monday, June 2, 2014

On the Street…Broome St., New York

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Monday, June 2, 2014

On the Street…Eighth St., New York

Friday, May 30, 2014

On the Street…..Eleventh Street, New York

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Friday, May 30, 2014

On the Street…..Broadway, New York

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Thursday, May 29, 2014

On the Street….Crosby St., New York

Thursday, May 29, 2014

REPOST On the Street……San Babila, Milan

Is style really in the details?

 

Lets consider this rather angry comment left about the above image

 

“Where did all the “real” people go? I’m sick and tired of seeing fashionistas in (those!) Valentino sandals — and every other popular runway piece — all over this blog. As much as you claim portraying authentic style around the world, most of the pictures in this blog actually display the absurdly high adquisitive power of the fashion elite and its lack of originality. I’m much more inspired by anonymous, style-savvy women than by the so-called fashion “crème de la crème”.”

 

As you may have  noticed, I unValentino-ed this image.

 

Does it make it any less special or any less inspiring?

 

I think everything that makes the picture special or interesting remains.  I think the most important element of the image is the implied power of an (anonymous , she’s not a known fashionista) young, modern woman getting herself to work in a way that is still feminine, effective and eco-friendly.    The Valentino shoes help add a little to the story but they’re not the whole story.

 

 

The woman in this image is exactly what the commenter  claims to look to as inspiration but because of one element she doesn’t like she creates her own roadblock to that inspiration.

I feel bad for people that are always looking for excuses on how NOT to be inspired.