I always look forward to the creativity that comes with London street style during fashion week. Many of the trends we saw in New York have been stretched out across the pond, and along with it, a whole new stack of cutting-edge ideas have emerged. These are a few eye-catching outfits I've collected from the streets of London Fashion Week.
|The very popular bright shaded coat trend has spread it's vivacity to London with great animation. It takes a certain amount of confidence to pull off such electric hues, but it's most certainly worth the camera flashes.|
|Add a dash of leopard print to your everyday outfit as these ladies did. The easiest way to incorporate this print is via bags, boots and shoes. Invest in an animal print dress or coat for a more brazen urban jungle look.|
Off The Grid
|Another popular fashion week trend are midi skirts, seen in pretty hues and prints. It can be dressed up with a pair of heels and elegant blazer, or kept casual with a parka and cozy sweater.|
|The classic camel coat is given the London makeover with slick styling. Wear with pinstriped shirts & cropped pants, ripped boyfriend jeans or even a sassy pair of shorts. Stilettos are a must to glam up the allover look.|
|Building the perfect modern day outfit begins with the perceptive use of layers a play on proportions and different textures. Spice with interesting accessories like hats and metallics.|
|I love the pairing of dainty lace pencil skirts and delicate blouses with hardy leather jackets and structured coats. This feminine blend of pretty pastels cleverly merges sheers, cashmere and woolen knits.|
|The pink coat trend isn't going away anytime soon, so it's best to get onto the rose-tinted bandwagon and use these chic looks as styling inspiration.|
Boy Meets Girl
|The city streets were lit up by a divergence of beautiful brights, lending us exciting new colour combinations.|
Which of these London Street Style Trends are you most interested in trying out?
*Images found via Vogue, Vanity Fair, Wmagazine, Harper's Bazaar, Elle and Eonline.