Four Of Our Favorite Unconventional Street Style Blogs

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    While we hold street style blogs near and dear, we sometimes tire of the standard PYT-in-designer-clothing portraiture and end up craving something a little out of the ordinary. Ready to fill the street style vacuum are a crop of niche blogs, which profile everything from the most fashion-forward felines, to the hippest grandmas you've ever seen. How's that for something that will really liven up your inspiration folders?


    The Catorialist

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    While the subjects of these shots aren't exactly clothed, the combination of Sartorialist-style photography with Cute Overload-preciousness makes us ooh and aah in a way no shot of Anna Della Russo in the newest Rodarte can.

    Copenhagen Cycle Chic

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    Its never that easy to look chic, different and effortlessly put-together, and its even harder to do so when you're riding a bike. But the pretty peddlers of Copenhagen Cycle Chic make it look dead easy, wheeling through rain, wind, and snow while still managing to look quite fashionable.


    Advanced Style

    A lot of young things say they love "grandma" style, so why not profile actual older folk? These stylish seniors rock some serious outfits like the best of them, proving that style is truly ageless.

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    Planet Awesome Kid

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    Man, and we thought Tavi was young. The wünderkinds keep getting younger with Planet Awesome Kid, which taps into our twin affection for fabulous threads and apple-cheeked toddlers.

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