Editor of Harper's Bazaar Russia and freelance writer Miroslava Duma has evolved into a street style star that has made her a photographer's dream and a fashionista's icon. I broke down her amazing personal style into its basic elements so we can all get this it girl's look.
Colorblocking is key.
Duma isn't afraid of color, but she usually finds it in the form of large stripes, shapes, and colorblocks rather than intricate prints. She always looks fresh and modern with blocks of color dividing up her oversize coats and dresses, which also keep them from swallowing up her tiny frame.
Play with geometric lines.
Not only does Duma love angular shapes and lines, but she seems to love leather outerwear. If you can combine the two, you'll hit the jackpot, but even if not, take elements of her style with her clear love of geometry.
Cover up in over-the-knee boots.
Duma isn't a big fan of tights during the colder months, but her love of short skirts and dresses means she has to keep warm somehow, and her weapon of choice is the over-the-knee stiletto boot. Her slinky suede pair is a go-to, and seem to double as pants in the winter.
Finish up with a funny and unique hat.
Duma's hair is often pulled neatly back to showcase the beautiful clothes first and foremost, but she also frequently tops off the look with a funky topper. I'm not talking an average fedora or beanie, but a unique look that most of us might not be able to pull off.