Thursday, 7 July 2011

Out and about....Bialik Street

From Fashionistable
Shay is a dancer with the Inbal Pinto and Avshalom Pollak dance company. She told me she has a Mexican boyfriend who surprises her every day. Almost everything Shay is wearing is vintage, except for her shoes which she bought in China and her scarf which is her mum's. Her bike is by Dahon.

36 comments:

Thrift_Queen said...

really like stylish girls on bikes:)

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Mila said...

Cute! Love her jacket!

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fashion and frank said...

Loving the spots - i remember the leotards from when i was 14 they were my first big fashion thing and i am really feeling their return - great fashion memories - top pic x

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the nyanzi report said...

wonderful style. i love a stylish lady on a bike.

sacramento said...

I love, I want that jacke, ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.
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Sasha said...

No way! That jacket is perfect!
xo

Roz said...

Once I'd read you first statement - that' she's a dancer, it seemed absolutely obvious from her poise and grace simply sitting there on a bike. More excellent capturing on your part!

My Styleadvisor said...

That's a cute outfit, and a cool city bike.

Anne said...

love that photo!

blue roses said...

pairing the flowing vintage blouse with a leotard was fantastically brilliant.....

love her casual stance as well.

please come by again!

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Tanvi said...

So confident and carefree she looks! Love her jacket :)

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briannelee said...

Beautiful!

Pippa said...

Cute! Great blog:)

Closet Cravings said...

Love her look. A fashionable girl on a bike is always cute. =)

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Camilla said...

such a great pic

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Ashley said...

cute outfit. love the blazer

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The Foolish Aesthete said...

Dancers make excellent models (hee hee) ... gorgeous shot and I love the whole biking culture these days. Need to catch up on your posts since I've been gone xxx

DediLovesFashion said...

love the blazer. and i like the picture.
xo

Eliza said...

awww this looks so chic and french

ELIZA

Francesca R said...

I like her style and i like her bike!!!
xx
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Mani said...

The shirt looks fabulous! Very chic and fashionable!

hugs and kisses by Mani.

sajuki said...

she looks great.
and you have nice blog. now i following you ;)

Ms LadyCakes said...

Polkadot fun!

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Chelsea said...

I love her hair! Thank you so much for the sweet comment on my blog!

xo

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Claire M. said...

I really love the outfit! so gorgeous ;)

Soleil St. Fleur said...

You already know this is a great shot! Love her vintage. Small detail but I adore her sunglasses. xx from Soleil

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Linton from London said...

I NEEEEED that polka dot pink blazer!

Emily said...

love this! the blazer is so cute! i need one! nice job


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Michelle Lee said...

love the bike and everything :)

Megan Hattie said...

so right on! I love the polka dot blazer! bought something similar the other day. great, chic pants too! thanks for your comment :)

cheers,
--Megan//The Martian Tide

Al said...

Love the blazer !

Christina @ Fashion's Most Wanted said...

I love her look xx

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