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How to Wear Street Style Trends, as Seen on Kim Jones, Jess Wilson, Laureen Uy

We break down each trend for you, plus the best hairstyle for each look!

 

Street style is more than just wearing a leather jacket, denim jeans, and boots. It transcends fashion trends by making the case for individualism and owning your own style. Scroll through curated feeds of fashion girls, and you’ll notice that “street” doesn’t necessarily mean grunge. You can wear a plethora of colors, as long as you carry your outfit with confidence.

To highlight street style for what it is and what it could be, fashion designer Carl Jan Cruz and hairstylists Lourd Ramos, Victor Ortega, and Suyen Salazar joined forces for the TRESemmé Runway Ready Hair Fashion Show held on October 23, 2018.

Fashion influencers and It girls attended the Runway Ready event, donned in their best street style outfits. Check out some of our favorites below that might spark a little street style inspiration in you:

Deconstructed fashion 

 
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Kim Jones can make every surface that she steps on instantly become an all-out show. For the event, her well-conditioned bleached bob offered a stark contrast to the saturated colors of her outfit: a shabby-chic deconstructed top, a distressed pleather pencil skirt, and nude heels.

Street prep

 
 
 
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Jess Wilson kept her hair down before the show, looking casually chic while wearing a plaid long coat over a black top-and-bottom ensemble. During the fashion show, she rocked her hair with The Thread hairstyle by Suyen Salazar in a half-pony.

Laidback denim

 
 
 
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Before heading backstage as one of the models, Laureen Uy matched her blunt wavy cut with a pair of high-waist denims and a black crop top for a chill vibe—a look that perfectly suits her effortless style and confidence. As one of the models of the fashion show, she dressed into a denim-on-denim-on-denim ensemble of a structured coat, skirt, and boots. The yellow-green top added a fresh pop of color to balance out the different washes of denim.

Edgy graphics

 
 
 
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Fashion and travel blogger Patricia Prieto styled her hair into one of the signature TRESemmé looks of the night, The Pin & Go by Lourd Ramos. For her outfit, she went classic street with a leather jacket and jeans, but it was the eye-catching prints on her jacket that added a touch of fun and quirkiness to her look.

Street glam

 
 
 
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Known for her indie style, Shaira Luna walked into the event with sleek straight chestnut locks while wearing a subdued teal pantsuit and dark brown booties with gold streaks, a vintage twist of the night’s theme.

Patchwork piece 

 
 
 
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Fashion girl Bea Marin sported The Pin & Go look for her hair and donned a street look that’s both cute and edgy: a loose, patchy button-down shirt, a short black skirt, and boots.

For more info on how to achieve the perfect runway-ready hair to match your street style pegs, visit Facebook.com/TRESemmePH/ and follow TRESemmé on Instagram at @tresemmeph.

This article was created by Summit StoryLabs in partnership with TRESemmé.