Street Chic: Sneaker Up In Style

This street-savvy babe lets her personality shine. She doesn’t need to reveal much to prove she’s a woman — her confidence and bold, bright style says it all. In fact, when you look that good in a track jacket and sneaks, it proves you’re both beautiful and comfortable in your own skin — our definition of sexy. Check out what this street-chic female is all about and see if you’re on the same style team.
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What To Wear:

Street wear doesn't have to mean track jackets and warm-up suits (though, this girl would have no aversion to the sorts). Nope, this casual-cool girl loves to chill in a comfy-chic, cropped pullover and cap. Being the no-fuss girl on the go, her leather-accented shorts is the perfect piece to take her from brunch to a night out and beyond. But what really gets her there in bold and bright style? Those fashion-forward Nine West sneakers, of course!


Rag & bone Tatiana shorts, $325, available at rag & bone; T by Alexander Wang cropped pullover, $240, available at Barneys; Nine West Runway Relief Backpack, $149, available at Nine West; Nine West Runway Relief Hat, $44, available at Nine West; Nine West sneakers, $200, available at Nine West; Urbanears Plattan Plus, $70, available at Urbanears.
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Where To Go Out At Night:

The street-chic girl knows that the best NYC parties go beyond the borough of Manhattan. For her, The Ides’ sweeping views, eclectic crowd, and cheaper-than-the-city drinks are worth the L-train ride to Williamsburg.

But in case you don’t want to wait in line for the popular Wythe Hotel rooftop bar, you can still get down in a more familiar arena known as the Brooklyn Bowl. With everything from hip-hop karaoke to shows featuring acts like Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., this is your affordable go-to for great, live music.

And if you dig the sporty-inspired look, chances are you’re probably a sports fan, as well. In any case, pop into any of Barney’s Beanery’s five locations in the greater Los Angeles area. With TVs covering every wall, an epic beer list, and laid-back atmosphere, this gastro pub will become your new game-watching hot spot.


Photographed by Adam Macchia
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What To Listen To:

If good beats and dope rhymes get you going, look no further than this playlist of your dreams. Just listening to these strong, female artists makes any street-chic lady feel bold, loud, and proud. Not to mention, the fellas on this list remind you how oh-so amazing it feels to dance the night away in comfortable kicks.




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What To Do On A Lazy Weekend:

Baseball fan or not, a visit to the ballpark is a great way to spend half a day with friends, food, and a lot of booze. As New Yorkers, we’re twice as lucky to have two nearby stadiums: Citi Field in Queens, home of the Mets, and Yankee Stadium in the Bronx. Okay, you may not have a team preference or know the difference between a sinker and a slider, but the relaxed environment and gorgeous athletes are reason enough to enjoy your time.


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Where To Go One Day:

The Olympics may be over, but at least we know it’ll be back in four years — plenty of time to save for your dream vacay to Rio de Janeiro, the host city of the summer Games ‘16. Even more exciting than the sandy beaches, Carnival-inspired hot spots, and possible Gisele sightings is the fact that you’ll witness the world’s top athletes go down in history. Bonus: You’ll even be a part of history yourself, as Brazil will be the first South American country to host the games. Can’t wait that long? There’s always the winter Games ’14 in Sochi, Russia.


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