London Fashion Week has been and gone and I am still obsessing over my favourite street style looks from the week. The array of colours shown throughout the week was incredible and I loved the diversity that every fashion week brings. Cords are in at the moment and I am totally loving this red and hot pink combination. High-waisted flared trousers are my go-to at the moment they can be styled up with boots/heels or dressed down with a pair of trainers of slip on pumps. Red has also been a very popular and on trend colour this season which I am loving but yet to venture into. I love the simplicity of the red polo neck knit top as it can be worn with some many other components.
The trench coat is a classic jacket which will never go out of fashion. It is so versatile and can be worn with anything you want. I love how simple the jacket is however with the use of the bright orange creates a lovely contrast. Slogans have been a huge thing this year however I haven’t seen one on a bag and I have fallen in love with it straight away. The simplicity of ‘subculture’ printed onto a black leather bag created a high fashion trend which I hope is soon available in high street stores.
Silver Puffer Jacket, yes please. I love the use of metallic materials in clothing, makes a simple shaped puffer jacket into a statement piece. The use of the jacket completely upgrades a simple black outfit.
I’ll be honest, I’ve never loved mixing patterns together but I really do like this look. The use of blues and green hues in both a check and floral pattern contrast each other surprisingly well. Also the pop of bright mustard yellow in this clutch bag is a nice use of this stamen colour. Jeweled earrings, heeled boots and a stamen clutch.. what more could you ask for really?
HOT PINK. BRIGHT ORANGE. The perfect combination for London Fashion Week in my eyes. I simply love how the colour compliment each other in this street style/high fashion look. The mini croc print bag is not one that I have seen available in the shops for a while so it would be nice for this trend to be re appear so that we can all enjoy this trend.
What were your favourite street style looks from LFW17?