The most exciting time of the fashion calendar AKA London Fashion Week is in full swing and while it’d be amazing to be pounding the streets scouting the best ‘street style’, unfortunately this isn’t possible for everyone. So, being the savvy lot we are, we thought we’d do the job for you!
Anyone can take to the busy streets of London to see exactly what people are wearing to LFW – which is exactly what we did. Let’s just say there was a whole lotta shirting, the trench coat was a serious staple and the wide leg trousers are firmly BACK.
You don’t need us to tell you that statement shirting is THE trend of the season but we’ve seen them aaall over the lovely ladies attending LFW– and the tie front has to be our absolute fave. If mono is your vibe and you’re looking to elevate your staple white shirt selection, this beaut from Whistles is an absolute must-have. Stripes on the other hand are perfect for spring, so this Warehouse number is going top of our wishlist!
It goes without saying that a trench coat can be the hardest working item in your wardrobe with khaki and camel going with almost everything. With Fashion Week involving a whole lot of travelling between shows and obviously hours of standing around and posing for pics, a lightweight cover up is essential – and this is exactly what we’ve seen so far with the pairing of statement denim with the timeless camel coat! Get in on the action with khaki from Mango or camel from Superdry!
And last but certainly not least – the wide leg. We’re loving the super-sized silhouettes for spring, and trousers are clearly up there! From raw hem to tailoring, we spotted the wide leg trouser all over the fearless fashionistas of Fashion Week! If you’re unsure on how you can flaunt them, try pairing statement ruffled shirts and slingbacks for sunny days or a simple cropped jumper and sneaks for all-weather days.
If our three fave picks of LFW have inspired your wardrobe update, shop the brands you love, for delivery tomorrow – here! For more inspo, follow @labelonline on Instagram.