Street Style: Banish Your SAD With Sumptuous Pops Of Color

Juliet James Winter Street Style
You know those days right at the cusp of January and February, when the thought of peeling yourself out from under that double-lined goose-down comforter only to wrap yourself in dull lumberjack flannel and Gortex seems just about as appealing as making out with a poisonous snake? Well, turn off the Elliott Smith, put those vitamin-D sun lamps away, and for god's sake, take off those sad, sad long johns right this minute, because we happened across Juliet James, the perfect sartorial specimen to banish all your winter wardrobe woes.
From the crisp, blanche fedora atop windblown winter tresses to her rich ruby-red lip and ultra-femme plum suede lace-ups, this neat-'n'-tidy girl's got staying on the sunny side of dressing down pat. And, if you happened to peep that jade-green stunner on her finger, those jaunty heather cable-knit tights, and that cozy, bright-white shawl she's so deftly wrapped in, you'd quickly see that the devil's in the details for cheery dressing — even in the darkest months of the calendar.
You tell us: Is Juliet killing you softly, or would you rather keep things on the muted side during Old Man Winter's visit? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
Advertisement

More from Street Style

Watch

R29 Original Series

Watch Now
Documentary
Five love stories behind diverse, multicultural marriages.
Watch Now
Lifestyle
Life experiments, 5 days at a time.
Watch Now
Fashion
The style of subculture.
Watch Now
Beauty
Viral trends, tried and tested.
Watch Now
Documentary
From vibrators to lipstick, learn how your favorite products are made.
Watch Now
Documentary
Extraordinary, one-of-a-kind individuals
Watch Now
Documentary
The latest stories to watch.
Watch Now
Lifestyle
Inside the homes of millennial women — & what they paid for them
Watch Now
Comedy
Let's talk about sex, baby.
Watch Now
Documentary
Female artisans around the world
Watch Now
Politics
Made by and for smart, opinionated women.
Watch Now
Film
We helped 12 female directors claim their power.