The Best Street Style & Trends | LFW 17

Street Style LFW 1Street Style LFW 2London fashion week has to be one of the biggest annual events in the city, and one of the most exciting for fashion designers, bloggers, editors and anyone who is big in the fashion world. I’m thinking Anna Wintour, Lucinda Chambers and maybe a Kardashian or two. I’m sure it’s amazing if you get to visit whilst it’s running despite actually going to watch a show, however for most of us everyday fashion lovers we aren’t that lucky. So, I thought I would bring LFW to you and share some of my favourite street style looks and trends from the event.

Denim: This really is a staple in anyone’s wardrobe and especially for someone who loves fashion and has every type imaginable. So, it’s no wonder this was such a massive street style trend this LFW. Whether it was the return of the denim jacket, but so much more oversized and sometimes embroided,the denim shirt which is great for wrapping around your waist and creating an effortless and cool vibe to your outfit or a bang on trend pair of ripped, distress ( or both) jeans. Denim really is a great foundation for so many looks and is so timeless.

It’s all about the colour: Colour seems to have been a really massive trend on the streets this LFW, as it’s been exploding in so many different styles, patterns and textures. My favourite has to be the multi-coloured fur jacket, this is such a statement piece but yet looks so classy pair with an all black outfit underneath.

Tailoring: This has been a really popular trend this year as many are looking to mix more casual shapes with a structured, tailored shirt or blazer. It’s no longer about the whole entire look being of one style and tailoring is massively popular when used to dress up denim and create a chic, relaxed, professional look. My favourite way has to be through a really well fitting Mac, in in a black, nude or one of this seasons colours.

Rachel X

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