the-streetstyle:

Lisa Olsson #Londonvia ramihanna

the-streetstyle:

Lisa Olsson #London
via ramihanna


"You would have said, seeing the thoughtful reflection of his eye, that he had already, in some preceding existence, been through the revolutionary apocalypse. […] He was officiating and militant; from the immediate point of view, a soldier of democracy; above the movement of the time, a priest of the ideal.”
Victor Hugo - Les Misérables

Week of Revolution: L as Enjolras

"You would have said, seeing the thoughtful reflection of his eye, that he had already, in some preceding existence, been through the revolutionary apocalypse. […] He was officiating and militant; from the immediate point of view, a soldier of democracy; above the movement of the time, a priest of the ideal.”

Victor Hugo - Les Misérables

Week of Revolution: L as Enjolras

nicoalcedera:

Les Miserables-inspired looks

Here are some styling inspired by the movie Les Miserables. So if you want to revolutionize your style, maybe you can wear some of these and get ready for a fashion invasion.

Week of Revolution:

  • Gavroche Thénardier

There is always an aura of freedom around someone with messy hair. It just kind of screams anarchy. Paired with lots of rivets (here in the subtler form of a hairband and  pointy earrings) it makes for a great little rebel. The usual big black eyeliner is not even needed anymore and replaced with a more restraint play on gunmetal silvers.

  • hairband: Claire’s 1€ (sale)
  • earrings: T€Di 1€ (set)
  • eyeliner: p2 fantastic chrome kajal 050 smokey moonstone & 060 black granite 1,95€ ea.

- L & Y

the-streetstyle:

Taken by Driely S. via c-heads

the-streetstyle:

Taken by Driely S.
via c-heads

Week of Revolution:

  • Gavroche Thénardier

The key to dressing a simple black and white outfit lies in the details. Accessoiries are key to turn this look from business to rebellion. Like every real street boy, he wears suspenders (even though the tight skirt holds itself up) and the obligatory rivet necklace, but unlike the others, his hands and nails are always clean and groomed. Gavroche is the King of the street boys and therefor wears his crown on his lapel rather than his head because that would be inpractical. The only impracticality he allows himself are (wedge-) heels. He just needs those few inches to be on the same level as the big boys.

  • pin: gift
  • suspenders: 3€ ebay
  • necklace: KiK 1,99€
  • nails: catrice ultimate nudes 07 Cotton Candy at Eiffel Tower 2,45€
  • tights: Zeeman 2,99€
  • shoes: yumey 15€ (sale)

- L & Y