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L.A. Street Fashion: Larchmont Village

See more street fashion:

*Rose Bowl Flea Market

*L.A. Street Fashion: Melrose Trading Post

Larchmont Village is a little gem of a shopping district tucked inside affluent Hancock Park, where the main shops of Larchmont Boulevard span just one block between Beverly and 1st. Locals (including the occasional A-list celeb) get their coffee, run errands or grab a slice from infamous Village Pizza. There's also a farmer's market that runs every Sunday, which attracts a really eclectic mix of people with rad Sunday style. From prints, to hats, to all-black-everythang, click through to see these outfits.

L.A. Street Fashion: Larchmont Village
Elise Montecastro

An all black outfit made up of good pieces is always a good look in my book. You may have seen Steven Griffin around hosting nights in the Downtown and Hollywood bar scene. He's also part of the Overthrow Collective, founders of the Sunday night party LIL DEATH. He's wearing a buttery leather All Saints motorcycle jacket, Kill City jeans, and Unif t-shirt, topped with wide-brimmed fedora that he picked up on Larchmont.

 

L.A. Street Fashion: Larchmont Village
Elise Montecastro

Samantha is absolutely adorable in her cropped brocade jacket, which complements the orange-peach button down. She's got on vintage woven loafers and a wool floppy hat that keeps the outfit low-key.

 

L.A. Street Fashion: Larchmont Village
Elise Montecastro

I remember this girl from my post at the Melrose Flea Market, and she's still super cute. Kristalyn works at the LF on Larchmont, which has some ofthe best shoes and every lust-worthy item of clothing known to woman. I love the layered silver jewelry and her fuzzy ankle boots by Senso.

 

L.A. Street Fashion: Larchmont Village
Elise Montecastro

This is Sophia, an L.A. native and singer. Can we talk about how perfect that leather motorcycle jacket is? And how it toughens up the wispy printed drawstring pant + Birkenstock combo really well? The red lip and shades complete this effortless look.

 

L.A. Street Fashion: Larchmont Village
Elise Montecastro

I was lucky to meet Annmarie Hoang, a stylist for tons of L.A. brands as well as a little publication you may of heard of called Playboy (that has to be the raddest job). Her personal style is off-top one of the most original out there. Today I caught her in all black, which obviously I'm a fan of. Her high-slit skirt is balanced out by the iconic DKNY sweatshirt, while the leather satchel purse, wide brimmed hat, and silver capped platform boots (serious shoe envy here) prove that she is definitely not a basic chick.

 

L.A. Street Fashion: Larchmont Village
Elise Montecastro

Brittany's favorite item in her outfit is the black waxed denim because she can transition them from day to night really easily. She paired it with a camo jacket that has some really cool circle cutout details, plus a pair of zippered, studded sneaks.

 

L.A. Street Fashion: Larchmont Village
Elise Montecastro

Floral printed denim! I love how Liv pared-down this super-femme printed pant with a soft grey t-shirt that features a high-low hem (it's cut higher in the back) and a classic pair of black lace-up boots.

 

L.A. Street Fashion: Larchmont Village
Elise Montecastro

Last all black outfit, I swear! Black motorcycle jackets were definitely a thing today, and Amanda pulled hers off so well with a body-con maxi dress that revealed two high slits on either sides of her legs while she walked. She also layered tons of sweet, delicate silver necklaces that channel style icon/all-around goddess Stevie Nicks. I mean, right?

 

L.A. Street Fashion: Larchmont Village
Elise Montecastro

Sunday style was in full effect for these two that work at Kicks on Larchmont. Bryan, on the left, mixed his Jeremy Scott x Adidas shirt with camo pants, while Nate is straight flexing the sweatpants set and beanie by QLTY, his own brand. Peep their immaculately clean shoes!

See more street fashion:

*Rose Bowl Flea Market

*L.A. Street Fashion: Melrose Trading Post

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