Anna Selezneva photographed by Lachlan Bailey and styled by Gerladine Saglio for the November 2012 issue of Vogue Paris.
As I happened to mention a mere few weeks ago during another anticipated covet style post that I adored the sartorial amalgamation of emblematic iconic Western accents with that of typical bohemian style. A style eccentricity which I have come to revere with over time. Perhaps something I too have began incorporating into my wardrobe and sense of style. And as with this editorial, Sur La Route, I am also finding I quite enjoy those very same Western elements incorporated with pieces that are slightly more edgy than most. Sur La Route certainly makes and showcases a perfect example of how ravishing such a sartorial combination truly is.
Biker chic meets a little country. Think tight but sleek leather bottoms and those infamously token, oversized belt buckles. Tough biker jackets paired with effortlessly cool basics. And seemingly not to forget those infamous cowboy boots and all coupled with some fierce, bat-out-of-hell attitude.
My kind of effortlessly cool. Unlike country music, which I will never, ever find as appealing as the fashions.