City Street Style

All of a sudden, I am put in to a world where people are dressing more like themselves. Back home, the majority people wore things like Hollister or Aeropostale. Don't get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with those brands, but can you really say that if you wore a top with the logo "Hollister" across it, it would define you? Of course, being in the city, it's not the most sensible idea to wear huge platform heels while you're running to and from classes. I have always admired "The Sartorialist" and it's way of presenting street style. Here' some of my current favorites.