Monday, September 30, 2013

Who Wore Burberry Prorsum Better?

Who Wore It Better?
Burberry Prorsum FW 2013
Heart Print Shirt

Forget about spots and stripes, this season it's all about heart prints, which have been popularized by Burberry Prorsum and their irresistible Fall/Winter 2013 collection. After this claret red polka heart shirt hit the runway, it became an instant hit with stars everywhere. Here's a closer look...

 Karlie Kloss captured all interest at the Burberry Prorsum FW13 runway show, sharply dressed in this distinctive heart print silk crépe blouse with detachable velvet-finish rubber collar and heritage-inspired epaulettes. Karlie's look was paired with a burgundy translucent rubber pencil skirt, a leopard and check print Burberry bag and animal print flats.

1. South Korean star Yoon Eun Hye was the first to wear the deep red heart print blouse out, back in June 2013. She styled it with the runway skirt, a studded animal print bag and black platform pumps. I find her bag competing for attention with the blouse.
2. Paula Patton picked out the same sophisticated look straight off the catwalk, for an appearance in NYC just last week. The 37-year-old actress added white pumps to her outfit.
3. Bollywood beauty Jacqueline Fernandez wore her heart patterned blouse with a slick pair of burgundy jeans, accompanied by a black leather belt and Christian Louboutin heels.

4. Tamar Braxton is yet another fan to fall for the charms of this adorably printed blouse. She also wore the look this September, with a pair of distressed denim jeans, a multi-chain-link belt and black Christian Louboutin pumps.
5. Whilst everyone else wore the Burberry shirt for publicity shots, Victoria Beckham buttoned up in style for a trip to the airport earlier this month. The designer strolled through JFK in the polka heart blouse, teamed with bootleg jeans, platform heels & oversized sunnies.

The heart print shirt was also prominent in the pages of magazines & Fall campaigns, seen on Lily Collins (in Glamour), Sienna Miller and Elle Fanning in Vogue Australia

If you have a spare $795 lying around, this elegant claret red heart print shirt with detachable rubber collar can be all yours from Or you could get a cheaper copy via Choies.

As for 'Who Wore It Best', my vote goes to Victoria, her high-waisted flared out jeans were the prefect finish for a chic 70's inspired look. A special mention also goes out to Yoon Eun, I liked the refinement of her look, but without those chunky shoes and the over-detailed bag. 
Who Do You Think Wore It Best?

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Looks of the Week - 28/09/13

The weekly roundup of celebrity style, on and off the red carpet.

Smooth Talking
Jessica Alba put her best foot forward in a remarkably chic Narciso Rodriguez ensemble with cropped top & mini skirt, styled with a gold clutch and hexagonal heels by Nicholas Kirkwood.
Diane Kruger went boldly geometric in a black Prabal Gurung dress that displayed a high-low hemline, white paneled bodice with a wide red waistband and inner skirt lining.
Kate Bosworth was outfitted in a sophisticated all-white look by Thakoon, featuring a jeweled-stitched top with hanging chain detail.

The Green Line

Lizzy Caplan polished up in a black and white caped Andrew Gn dress with glistening green leaf beadwork. Her look was aptly styled with matching ankle strap sandals.
Giovanna Battaglia made a fashionable appearance in a floral print blouse with emerald green patterned pencil skirt and futuristic shoes.
Emmanuelle Chriqui opted to pair her leather leggings with a black asymmetrical blouse, nipped in by a wide green belt.
Heather Graham is lavishly decked in an emerald green Naeem Khan gown with nude beaded illusion bodice and feathered mermaid skirt.

Set in Print 
Hailee Steinfeld picked a white and black off-the-shoulder look by Prabal Gurung, layered with pink and blue organza motifs and beaded panels.
Holland Roden was vividly dressed in a colourful zebra-stripe printed peplum dress by Mara Hoffman, worn with white ankle pumps.
Michelle Dockery kept up good taste in a delightful silk printed Erdem dress, adding a pop of yellow via Christian Louboutin shoes.

In the Navy
Coco Rocha strikes a pose in a navy blue Greta Constantine gown with fishtail hem, cut-out shoulders and draped bodice.
Natalia Vodianova exuded grace in an elegant navy jumpsuit with chiffon neck scarf by Christian Dior. Silver metal sandals and a white envelope clutch complete her look.

Pastel Pretty

Zhang Yuqi looked splendid in an almond embellished Elie Saab pencil dress with complimenting jacket.
Peaches Geldof portrayed a bohemian theme in this lilac peasant dress with tiered skirt and frilled neckline. A floral Alice band and silver shoes accent her pretty outfit.
Olivia Palermo paid tribute to Nina Ricci in a beautiful blush pink ruffled top and skirt, styled with a white blazer and printed heels.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley stunned in a spearmint Balmain dress with long sleeves, a lace bodice inset and flaired out skirt. A gold chain metal belt and sheer cap-toed boots added to her captivating look.

Girls About Town

Kiernan Shipka looked charming in a Delpozo dress with deep burgundy bodice and frill pleated peach skirt, worn along with Christian Louboutin T-bar pumps.
Pippa Middleton took her style into a new, more playful direction, dressed in a blue Matthew Williamson frock with peach ombre ostrich feathered skirt and jeweled neckline.
Shay Mitchell glamed up in a sexy structured Ralph & Russo mini dress with exaggerated shoulders, gold metallic hardware and Givenchy sandals.
Harley Viera-Newton brought the quirk factor to fashion week in a fun blue Martini glass printed suit by House of Holland, teamed with a white shirt and pumps.

Who was your favourite 'Look of the Week'?

Friday, September 27, 2013

Friday Frills

Just because you might think differently or be different from others, doesn’t make you wrong. 
Stay focused on your own individuality and dare to express your own uniqueness. 

If others can’t accept it or adjust to whom you really are, then it’s up to you 
whether you allow them to influence and share in your life.

Don’t change your true colors of who you are 
to keep in the expectations and comfort zones of others. 

Maybe the reason why you are not your happiest is because you’re trying too hard to 
fit into someone else’s way of thinking, and by nature, that’s not who you are.

Pay attention to the rhythm of your own soul in life and start doing things for yourself in a way that makes you happy, and not according to what other people think you should be.

*Quote unknown. Image via Tumblr. 

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Milan Fashion Week Street Style SS14

Street Style
Milan Fashion Week
Spring/Summer 2014

Milan brought us unparalleled glamour this past fashion week, presenting more formal looks than we have previously seen in New York and London. Along with it were quirky clutches, thrilling shoes and that usual chic Italian flair. Here are some of the hottest looks and trends from the street stylistas at Milan Fashion week.

Maxi Mode
Beguiling maxi dresses and floaty skirts graced the Italian avenues. Only in Milan would you see evening wear worn in the day down the street as if it were completely probably is over there. I loved the coral clutch and braided hairstyle that complement the first animal print sheer maxi skirt. The second look sees a gorgeous emerald green skirt accented by bold jewellery. Patricia Mansfield is stunning in a charcoal grey plated Halston gown (pictured third) and Veronika Heilbrunner looked lovely in a white embroidered Cavalli dress (last).

Structure and sophistication is always prevalent at Milan Fashion Week, where inky black ensembles capture the mystic of the city. The first look is the height of modern refinement with a black skater skirt and sleek fitted top. Vogue Australia fashion editor Christine Centenera looked suave in a white shirt with black wrap skirt, leather leggings and edgy leather boots. Jong Kol (third) wore a poetic draped cherub print top and cigarette trousers. Bibi Bevza looked beautiful in a voluminous black dress with cuffed heels (last).

Midi Skirts Milan Style
The midi skirt trend has made its way to Milan with an array of uniquely styled looks. The cream Celine skirt proved to be a popular choice - pictured first on journalist Kate Waterhouse with a leopard print top and cap-toed shoes. Blogger Maria Kolosova paired her red leather skirt with a white shirt and dazzling sandals (second). Sofia Guellaty (third) wears a matching cropped top and vibrantly printed skirt with cerise shoes. The last outfit refreshing places flats in the mix with a cute sailor hat, white pleated skirt and playful printed tank.

Laid Back Glam
Easy glamour has never been this simple to follow, all you need is a flattering pair of trousers, an elegant blouse or blazer and interesting accessories like a designer bag and adorably chic hat. I love the white ruffled Chloe blouse Natasha Goldenberg wears in the second outfit and the flaired 70's inspired plaid pants in the third look worn by Maria Kolosova.

Floral Flair
Floral prints beautifully culminated the end of summer with this striking set of looks. Italian blogger Eleonora Carisi caught the attention of photographers in two different fully printed outfits (pictured first and third). The second and last looks are perfectly complemented by brightly coloured clutches and heels.

Girly Grunge
The balance between feminine and masculine style is maintained by adding heavier leather elements to dainty dresses. Look one teams a sporty grey sweater with a sexy white sheer lace skirt and sturdy leather sandals. Look two styles a bright pink dress with a slick black biker jacket, satchel bag and bulky boots. Oksana On (pictured third) pairs her pretty cream Chanel chiffon and lace dress with grungy Balenciaga buckle boots.

Why save shimmer for the night when you can outshine the sun? This stylish set of ladies have proven that metallics can be worn during the day. Sara Rosetta (first) wears her glossy gold Zara skirt with a prim white Calvin Klein shirt. The second outfit boasts high shine sequins in a voguish mini dress. Anna Dello Russo glimmers in a gold Prada pinafore dress (pictured third). The last outfit features a bronze metallic jacket worn over all white.

Solo Tones
Rainbow shades brought a much needed brightness to Milan street style with bold monotones in colours that speak louder than words. Love the cobalt blue jumpsuit with printed blazer and the emerald green skirt (pictured last) worn with a Kenzo tiger print tank top.

What was your favourite street style trend from Milan Fashion Week?

*Images via Harper's Bazaar, Grazia, Elle and Marie Claire

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Cara Delevingne for Vogue Australia 2013

Cover Girl Cara Delevingne
Vogue Australia
October 2013

Supermodel extraordinaire Cara Delevingne lends her unique charm to Vogue Australia for their October 2013 issue. The Brit beauty is (un)officially enthroned as fashion royalty in the glossy magazine, pictured in a gold tiara. Lensed by Benny Horne, she is attired in a mix of monarchical and modern looks from the Fall/Winter 2013 runway collections. 

Cara Delevingne is crowned as the epitome of cool on the cover of the Vogue Australia, dressed in a glitzy gold sequined Dolce & Gabbana dress that highlights ecclesial mosaics.

Cara's cover look is combined with a classic beige trench coat by Burberry London.

The pink winter coat trend is romantically conveyed via this satin Louis Vuitton version, trimmed with fur. It is worn over a checked slip maxi dress dipped in gold paillettes.

The 21-year-old model is dressed by Chanel in a sophisticated multi-thread tweed jacket and pleated skirt. Her endearing outfit is caped by a winsome white Vera Wang fur stole.

An eclectic mix of designer pieces are thrown together to create this flamboyant Liberace-like look. Cara wears a blue floral embroidered Tom Ford coat with red fur lining, which is layered over a leather Ann Demuelemeester top and a velvet Giorgio Armani skirt.

Pattern clashing prevails in this intrepid blend of statement pieces, with a red rose embroidered Lanvin dress, a teal leather Prada coat with fur cuffs and jazzy mustard and maroon floral Tom Ford boots (seen one above on the runway worn by Joan Smalls).

Cara channels the glam rock movement in a black leather long sleeved quilted top and fuchsia satin draped skirt with thigh-high suede boots and wide belt, all by Balmain.

An imposing black halter neck Ralph Lauren gown with tented skirt is given a Fall revival, paired with a digital 3D-printed Peter Pilotto coat that features a colossal fur collar (which incidentally, Cara also wore on the runway).

Cara echoes an 18th century princess, ornately dressed in a magnificent white Alexander McQueen design which features an intricately beaded and ruffled Victorian collar and embroidered cut-out bodice with attached voluminous puff sleeves. Her regal look is topped off with a gold geometric crown.

What are your thoughts on this aristocratic editorial?

Monday, September 23, 2013

Red Carpet - Emmy Awards 2013

Red Carpet Fashion
Emmy Awards 2013

The 65th Annual Emmy Awards were held last night in Hollywood, where the biggest names and best shows on TV were given top honours. These are the most memorable looks from the star studded red carpet. Please click on each image for a larger view.

Ruby & Rust
Heidi Klum sparkled in a pomegranate sequined Versace gown with high halter neck and long train. Michelle Dockery's Prada gown beautifully blends burgundy with bright red in a high-low hem design. Sofia Vergara went for a Jessica Rabbit look in a form-fitting red and lace crepe mermaid dress by Vera WangKaley Cuoco looked radiant in a bordeaux sheer corset with flair tulle and organza skirt by Vera Wang.

Julianne Hough took a sheer risk in a beaded ice grey off-the-shoulder Jenny Packham gown with see-through skirt. Laura Dern was stunning in a coral embellished Naeem Khan gown. Julia Louis-Dreyfus shimmered in a metallic Monique Lhuillier column gown. Kristen Connolly opted for a retro zig-zag silver sequined dress with long-sleeves.

Green Peace
Sarah Hyland wears a black and emerald V-neck lace covered dress by CH Carolina Herrera. Connie Britton looked imperial in a decorative teal green velvet and gold frock by Naeem Khan. Mayim Bialik went emerald in a look by Oliver Tolentino. Anna Chlumsky posed in a forest green strapless dress with side embellished panels, by Badgely Mischka

Rose Quartz
Ariel Winter was pretty in a rose pink Grecian one-shouldered gown by Lorena Sarbu. Cobie Smulders was elegantly dressed by J.Mendel in a shell-pink strapless gown with draped train. Jewel stepped out in a fully embroidered mink dress with fishtail skirt. Rose Byrne is fitted in a minimalist petal pink cropped top and maxi skirt by Calvin Klein.

Train of Thought
Giuliana Rancic wears an embroidered cornflower blue fishtail gown by Mikael D. Maria Menounos showed off a navy blue mermaid silhouette by Zac Posen. Malin Akerman wore a frothy ice blue Marchesa frock smothered with ruffled tulle. Linda Cardellini was outstanding in a plum Donna Karan gown, enveloped by asymmetrical origami frills.

Purple Rain
Alyson Hannigan wore a jewel toned drop-waist gown by Marchesa. Melissa Rauch was dressed in a violet Rubin Singer look with folded bodice. Mindy Kaling looked polished in an aubergine Edition by Georges Chakra gown with bejeweled cut-out neckline. Carrie Underwood went pageanty in a purple Romona Keveza ballgown with black waistband. 

Teen actress Morgan Sayler dons a black and white panel gown with red clutch by Honor. Anna Gunn wears an asymmetrical Romona Keveza dress with black lace bodice and blush pink skirt. Julianna Margulies is pictured in a strapless white draped Reed Krakoff dress with black leaf motif drawn across the skirt. Elisabeth Moss looked sophisticated in a monotone Andrew Gn gown with A-line textured skirt.

Creative Colour
Anna Faris brightened up the event in a canary yellow Monique Lhuillier gown. Kiernan Shipka looked adorable in a colourfully printed Delpozo midi dress, dotted with floral appliqués. Allison Janney was vivid in a magenta Lorena Sarbu dress. Zosia Mamet went whimsical in a watercolour printed Honor dress with outré black bustier. Jessica Pare stood out in a turquoise Oscar de la Renta dress with folded bustier and high-low hemline.

Black List
Aubrey Plaza surprised in this modest lace silhouette by Marios Schwab. Cat Deeley glimmered in black cut-out halter gown with asymmetrical peplum by Armani. Amanda Peet's black lace turtle-neck Erdem dress features a sheer skirt and sleeves. Amy Poehler keeps it simple in a black Basler dress with embellished pockets. Christina Hendricks wears a classic black dress with lace cap sleeves designed by Christian Siriano.

Clear Skies Ahead
Lily Rabe's draped ice blue and white asymmetrical gown is by Vionnet. Zoey Deschanel lent her retro charm to the event in a powder blue J.Mendel dress with bow-belted waist. Taylor Schilling was stunning in a white Thakoon gown with high slit and gold accessories. Padma Lakhsmi wore a fitted column gown with sheer inserts by Kaufman Franco. Kate Mara settled on this modern white J.Mendel gown with alluring sheer mesh striped bodice.

Rosci Diaz was sculpted in an electric blue Michael Costello gown with arched corset & a tiered mermaid skirt. Allison Williams looked beguiling in a timeless design by Ralph Lauren. Tina Fey joined the cobalt blue trend in an hourglass enhancing dress by Narciso Rodriguez.

Dream Sequence
Claire Danes wore an angelic ivory lace and tulle spaghetti strap dress with plunging neckline by Armani Privé. Julie Bowen made a statement in an architectural blush Zac Posen dress with ruffled trumpet skirt. Kerry Washington was resplendent in a vanilla whipped Marchesa gown with ribboned bodice and tulle skirt adorned by dainty floral appliqués. January Jones looked graceful in an antique rose shaded strapless dress with lace skirt by Givenchy.

Who was your best and worst dressed at the 2013 Emmy Awards?

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Looks of the Week - 21/09/13

The weekly roundup of celebrity style, on and off the red carpet.

Style Sirens
Blake Lively looked polished in a saffron leather Gucci pencil dress with belted waist and cross-halter neck. Metallic sandals style her slick outfit.
Cara Delevingne showed her support for Fendi in a black strapless block dress, impressively accessorized with a yellow Fendi sling bag and orange PVC sandals.
Gisele Bundchen stepped out in bright style, wearing a flattering tangerine mini J.Mendel dress with cut-out detail on the bodice, along with ankle-strap sandals.

Branded by Burberry
Elena Perminova made an attractive fashion week appearance, decked out in a cropped camel Burberry jacket with slim fitting bordeaux Burberry skirt. She carries a fringed bag and wears tie-up sandals also by the British brand.
Poppy Delevingne glossed up in a double-breasted lacquered burgundy trench coat by Burberry, worn with printed black and white heels.
Miroslava Duma was elegantly caped in a cream kimono coat with embellished gold skirt and peep-toe sandals.

Urban Icons
Alexa Chung does urban chic with ease. She wears a cozy knit angora sweater with trim leather mini skirt and Chelsea boots, wrapped up with a heart print Burberry clutch. 
Mira Duma exhibits her take on the tartan trend in a modish button-up red plaid skirt, worn with a cropped black tee and platform heels.
Victoria Beckham is never short on sophistication, pictured in an all black tuxedo suit with cigarette trousers from her own label, and heels by Manolo Blahnik.

La Femme
Sienna Miller is endearing in a black lace and floral embroidered Dolce & Gabbana dress, with black slingbacks and a leopard print clutch in tow.
Daisy Lowe perfectly aligns feminine charm with grunge styling in a dainty white lace Erdem dress with black underlay and banded waist, toughened up by black combat boots.
Poppy Delevingne picked out a beautiful white Erdem dress with neon flower appliqués, accented by black accessories.

Pastel Panache
Zhang Yuqi looked ethereal in a diaphanous floral embroidered mint green tulle and lace Elie Saab gown with sheer long sleeves and a belted waist.
Katherine McPhee was graceful in a petal pink Georges Hobeika Couture gown with sheer lace sleeveless bodice and trailing column skirt.
Sarah Jessica Parker always gives us something fashionably new to mull over. She wears a pastel pink and white satin bustier with sash attached by Prabal Gurung. Her look is magnified by a blush ballroom skirt from Oliver Theyskens. What do you think of the designer mix?
Miranda Kerr's enchanting sea breeze chiffon dress with sheer cut-out bodice is by J.Mendel. Her glittery heels are courtesy of Christian Louboutin.

Who is your favourite 'Look of the Week'?

Friday, September 20, 2013

Friday Frills

Courage is admitting that you’re afraid and facing that fear directly. 
It is being strong enough to ask for help and humble enough to accept it. 

Courage is standing up for what you believe in without worrying about the opinions of others. It’s following your own heart, living your own life and settling for nothing less than the best.

Courage is daring to take the first step, a big leap, or a different path. It’s attempting to do something that no one has done before and all others thought impossible. 

Courage is keeping heart in the face of disappointment & looking at defeat not as an end, but as a new beginning. It’s believing that things will ultimately get better even as they get worse.

Courage is being responsible for your own actions and admitting your own mistakes without placing the blame on others. It’s about not relying on others for your success, but on your own skills and efforts.

Courage is refusing to quit even when you are intimidated by impossibility. It’s choosing a goal, sticking with it, and finding solutions to the problems.

Courage is thinking big, aiming high, and shooting far. It’s taking a dream and doing anything, risking everything, and stopping at nothing to make it a reality.

Quote by C Kent. Image via Pinterest.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

The London Look - Fashion Week 2013

London Fashion Week
Spring/Summer 2014
Street Style

Peering through the stylish rain-soaked London Streets, it seems as though New York was a just a distant memory, and summer along with it. With cooler weather, street style heated up at LFW this week, with an array of editors, stylists and bloggers stepping out in premier style. What struck me the most about the difference in style at London Fashion Week compared to NYC, was the play on broader proportions, cutting-edge trends, the chunkier heels and polished layering. These are the looks that will surely inspire our Fall/Winter 2013 wardrobes.

The Midi Skirt
Midi skirts with flaired out shapes in luxe fabrics like satin and leather are a popular Fall piece, paired with plain or printed sweaters and at least one dynamic accessory, be it a bright heel, bag or scarf..or perhaps even all three. The first brick red skirt is from Vince Camuto, worn with a snug black knit, statement necklace and bright blue heels. I love the polished femininity of the second look with the striped top, nay skirt and red clutch. The last outfit combines leather and checks, dotted with red for a very voguish look.

The Sweater Set
Laid back sweaters and cozy knits are given an elegant makeover with exemplary styling. This LFW must-have was styled with elegant skirts in all shapes and designer sling bags. The first grey slouchy sweater is teamed with sexy knee-high boots & a YSL bag for an urban appeal. Word printed jumpers are layered over prim shirts and A-line skirts, seen in the second & fourth outfits. I love the girly red ruffled skirt & crystal necklace that styles Look 3. Fashion director Leila Yavari (last) looked swanky in a fuzzy white sweater and chic pencil skirt. 

The Pink Winter Coat
This candy pink shaded coat has become an instant style sensation for Fall/Winter 2014. Blogger Camille Charriére (left) stands out in a sophisticated pink coat worn over a grey tee and black mini skirt. Stylist Tess Yopp is jazzy in her youthful scribbled version of a pink coat, savvily styled with a tri-tone Celine bag. The third trendy look features an appealing pink Jil Sander robe coat worn over jeans. JiYoung Kim (pictured fourth) contrasts her rose pink polo neck sweater with a plum and pink coat and navy blue skirt.

Checking In
 London was chock a block with plaids, checks and tartan...and this is only the beginning of the seasons' print craze. The first look sees a brazen mix of blue and red checks, offset by a navy blazer and animal print heels. Chicly clad blogger Sandra Hagelstam (second) was pictured in a fully printed navy suit, with a plush black fur vest and quilted bag. A pop of neon yellow brightens up the third plaid shirt & navy shorts ensemble. Blogger Nicole Warne (last) combines navy and baby blue, subscribing to the geometric print with a checked skirt & heels. 

The Classic Camel Coat
 These fashionistas have taken the classic camel coat and restyled and modernized it to fit in with current trends. The first look sees a two-tone camel coat worn with skinny pinstripe pants and metallic Oxfords. Look 2 combines a more structured jacket with a modish red and white checked dress and grungy ankle boots. And lastly, blogger Peony Lim looks refined in her timeless trench, worn over a white quilted skirt and leopard print ankle boots.

Seeing Red
These ladies have painted the the streets of London red with an intense crimson hue. Peony Lim (left) is pictured in a tailored red blazer, worn over a denim shirt & striped skirt. Love that her umbrella matches her outfit. A denim dungaree (second) is another fashion vessel that ideally carries the chicness of a tuxedo coat. A red high-waisted trousers is paired with a sheer navy checked blouse and matching bag in Look 3. Linda Tol (last) dons a striking scarlet Alexander McQueen jacket with a grid print Sportmax dress and 3.1 Philip Lim bag.

Burgundy & Blue
My favourite set from London Fashion Week is the unexpected but attractive color blend of burgundy and cobalt blue. Neutralized by black, grey or white, a pop of electric blue can be added to your outfit via coats, bags and statement shoes. Floppy hats are the perfect boho-chic accessory, as seen the first and last outfits, which also features the in-vogue coloured coats. Fashion editor Joanna Hillman (second) wears a linear print Tanya Miller sweater with trim leather Tibi trousers and Alexander Wang heels. In Look 3, a long grey and maroon vest brings life to all white, spiced with bright blue heels and an oversized clutch.

Oversized Silhouettes 
Oversized silhouettes have moved from the runway to the roadside with these chic bloggers and stylists fully embracing the trend. This will dispel the myth that only models can wear volume and get away with it. A large coat slung over the shoulders is the easiest way to achieve this look, as seen in the first two outfits. A roomy rose pink jersey is beautifully contrasted with a strong geometric skirt in Christine Centenera's outfit (pictured third). Peggy Gould (pictured last) brings in a sporty element with an oversized sweat shirt, slickly mixed with a long navy gilet and burgundy laser-cut leather skirt.

Which street style trend from London Fashion Week will you be most likely to wear?

*Images credited to,, Harper's Bazaar and Elle.