31st Jan 2020
Fashion Month is officially here, and my Instagram saved folder is showing my excitement
Puffy sleeves, big printed flowers, and plenty of colour can only mean that Copenhagen Fashion Week has opened its doors again. The first Fashion Month of 2020 is now in full swing, and in the Danish capital, many of my favourite influencers are showing off their styling of the new season wares.
I love a catwalk shot as much as the next person, but when it comes to Fashion Weeks, street style is where my mind always wanders. A runway interpretation of an outfit is often completely different from how it will be styled on the street, and often, I find, this is where creativity really comes alive.
There were a lot of posts to choose from for my edit this week, but here are 10 Instagram outfits that I just can’t stop thinking about.
This ’70s paisley dream, complete with orange leather
A pink puffy dream in Topshop organza
It may be from December, but I’ve only just found and fallen in love with this sweet-wrapper Rejina Pyo creation (pictured on the designer herself)
Off-duty chic in denim and Prada floral flares
Hailey Bieber proves time and again that she knows how to rock the basics
Summer dreaming (with winter-appropriate footwear, of course)
Alexa Chung’s debut outfit for Next in Fashion (which premiered this week) did not disappoint
Trends ticked off: Fairisle knits, leather culottes and a trusty mule
Richard Quinn on Tower Bridge is our favourite type of British post
Blanca Scrimieri’s floral quilted jacket is actually from upcycling clothing line Rave Review
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