Washington Post’s New Video Blog: Are You Inspired By Street Style, Too?
These days, I get more ideas about what to wear from watching people on the street or looking at blogs that document the clothes of everyday people than from looking at high-concept photo shoots in fashion magazines. The Washington Post has caught on to this trend and gone all Sartorialist on us by shooting videos around D.C. of attractive, well-dressed people talking about what they’re wearing for its “Scene In” series. Personal style is so hard to define and categorize, so the descriptions people come up with are pretty wild, i.e., “What inspires my style — India, Pakistan, the ocean, my mother, my great-grandmother, Kenya, Ethiopia, Mexico…” Watch the video, and you tell us: Do you prefer your style inspiration served up by celebrities and models in magazines, or real people on the street? [Washington Post]