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Insta-Peep-O-Gram: Lee Oliveira

Want to stay on top of your street style game? Make sure to follow Lee Oliveira on Instagram, someone whose snaps have been deemed worthy enough for the Gray Lady herself, the New York Times. Oliveira’s got a great eye for colors, patterns, and details that pop, like the ones seen above. Click here to follow him.

(Photos courtesy of @leeoliveira via Instagram. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Moroccan Tiles

Looking to add some Marrakesh chic to your home? All of these tiles were sourced on eBay this week. Hurry up and let your fingers do the walking.

(Images: Various eBay Sellers. Text: Jauretsi)

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Jail Break 
This year is going to see the return of some very bold pattern choices. We’re not just talking about the previously seen maxed-out mashup of acid florals and cheetah prints (thank you, Stella McCartney, we really did love your Resort 2013 collection), but something more simplistic and statement worthy: The stripe. When Marc Jacobs sent Ruby Jean Wilson down the runway wearing only knickers and a striped graphic t-shirt for his Spring 2013 show, he unleashed a monster of pent-up desire for prison chic. Case in point: H&M is already hopping on the bandwagon. Above is one of their “Key Pieces” from the Spring / Summer 2013 lookbook.   
(Photo: Courtesy of what-do-i-wear. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Jail Break 

This year is going to see the return of some very bold pattern choices. We’re not just talking about the previously seen maxed-out mashup of acid florals and cheetah prints (thank you, Stella McCartney, we really did love your Resort 2013 collection), but something more simplistic and statement worthy: The stripe. When Marc Jacobs sent Ruby Jean Wilson down the runway wearing only knickers and a striped graphic t-shirt for his Spring 2013 show, he unleashed a monster of pent-up desire for prison chic. Case in point: H&M is already hopping on the bandwagon. Above is one of their “Key Pieces” from the Spring / Summer 2013 lookbook.   

(Photo: Courtesy of what-do-i-wear. Text by Jenny Bahn)