British Vogue's Sarah Harris proves that last season’s biker trend still has serious legs. Trousers like this need no bells and whistles, a plain white tee and a flowing silver mane will do. #styledotTon
Credit: David Newby for the Guardian. <br></br> Stylist: Priscilla Kwateng <strong>Polo neck</strong> £65, and <strong>trousers</strong> £125, both by <a href="http://www.whistles.co.uk">Whistles</a>. <br></br> <strong>Jumper</strong> £45, by <a href="http://www.zara.com">Zara</a>. <br></br> <strong>Coat</strong> £100, by <a href="http://www.asos.com">Asos</a>.<br></br> <strong>Boots</strong> Model’s own.
Take a stroll in high end leisure land with these essential trousers! To the left you will notice the gentle front pleating, a slim tailored leg with cuffed bottom, and discreet zip meets button closure. We hope you enjoy your stay!
U.E.S. Vs. Williamsburg: Which NYC 'Hood Wears It Best?
Street Style Showdown: Upper East Side Vs. Williamsburg #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/brooklyn-upper-east-side-street-style#slide15 Name: Sibylla PhippsNeighborhood: Upper East SideOccupation: GymnastWhat She's Wearing: Whistles trousers and Vagabond shoes.