Sometimes getting great street styles can be difficult for ladies. Though some urban outfitters do their own women’s ranges it can often feel like you’re stuck wearing baggy boy hoodies and other things that just really don’t fit or suit you. Thankfully, with a bit of effort it’s not too difficult to find great streetwear for ladies. Check out these ideas for cool ladies street styles.
It’s getting pretty cold at the moment and with Christmas fast approaching it really is beginning to feel like winter. But you don’t have to let the cold put you off hanging out in the city and there are plenty of great coats and jackets for women that keep that street feel. Parkas are a really cool-looking way to keep out the cold while hitting the skatepark or hanging out with your friends and thankfully there are plenty of fantastic parkas for ladies. Brands like Penfield, Carhartt and Dunderdon all make fantastic women’s parkas that are perfect for hitting the street in.
Carharrt also make some really good urban sweaters that manage to just about walk that fine line of being both cosy and cool. they can be a little bland though so if you’re looking for something a bit more distinctive then Obey have some sweaters that might just be for you. They’re not quite as element-proof as the Carharrt ones so you might been to wear an extra layer if you’re planning on honing your skating skills this winter but they’re a lot cheaper and more diverse so it’s easier to find a design that reflects your attitude.
Of course it won’t be Winter forever and if you’re looking ahead at to wear when the sun finally returns, relax because there are lots of awesome t-shirts and vest tops for next year. Rebel 8, Actual Pain, HUF and Obey all make sweet t-shirts and vests with some really unique designs. Actual Pain are big on attention-grabbing styles with a real voodoo vibe, full of skulls, knives, snakes and other dangerous things. Actual pain sounds about right! If you’re after something a bit less provocative (but no less eye-catching) then Obey, with their anti-authority sloganeering, might just be you.
There are plenty of streetwear inspired trousers for women out there too, with Dr Denim and Carhartt doing some great, simple jeans and leggings. And when it comes to footwear, Vans are still a fantastic option as they provide pretty much any patterns or colours you could possibly want.
It can be tricky for women to find great street styles but hopefully there are enough ideas in this article to get you started. So don’t let the boys have all the fun this winter. Gear up, go out and show them who’s boss.