street style photography

Thanks for stopping by today’s street style photography post.

I normally take most of these shots on the weekend, but didn’t take enough for some crazy reason last weekend, so I went out late yesterday afternoon for some last minute snaps. Most of the shots were taken between Madison Square Park and Union Square on what ended up being somewhat of a gloomy outing.

Enjoy the shots!

Well put together. And, of course he works for an Italian fashion label… makes perfect sense.

Crossing 5th Avenue. Love how she had her bag thrown over her right shoulder as if it was nothing.

No, this isn’t an iPhone ad; she really was on the phone when I asked to snap a shot. Great all around style with a little gingham peaking out.

Great layers for a chilly’ish day in the city. I’m not a huge fan of backpacks, but this one had a fun nylon look to it.

Cute dog. Take note of the shape of her bag.

You don’t see many cowboy/cowgirl boots in the city. Is cowgirl even correct?

Ok, maybe this post should have been one giant cell phone ad now that I think about it. Interesting mix of patterns.

If you don’t have a high low skirt you really should pick one up – you’ll have tons of fun with it.

This was very cute – loved the pleated skirt. And don’t miss the detail on the shoes.

That’s one way to stand out.

The pattern on the dress was intriguing, but the knee-high socks are what actually drew me in.

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Written by Ryan
Ryan is a southern guy now living in New York City. From business to casual, his style covers a broad spectrum. He loves a great suit, but also appreciates the freedom of an un-tucked shirt and letting loose. Find him on Twitter at @RyanShell.