19th Sep 2015
Straight from the streets of London Fashion week, we present the best trans-seasonal styling tips for the girls who this kind of thing best – the blogger pack.
When it comes to fashion week, we’ve got one eye on the catwalk checking out the latest looks spring 2016 on the runway, and another on the street where there are plenty of notable fashion moments happening. And who are the big hitters on the streets of Soho, London? The bloggers of course. Always impressing us with their slick personal style – mixing the high-street finds with the latest trends and even sporting right-off-the-catwalk IT items. London Fashion Week got off to a wet start on Friday morning with on-and-off rain showers but the well-heeled showgoers? spirits or sartorial efforts were not dampened. Here’s our favourite ladies with tips to steal to freshen up your wardrobe.
#lfw #streetstyle #lfwstreetstyle A photo posted by ???????????Olivia Laura Turner (@olivialaura_) on
The subtlest details can make the biggest impact in an outfit and this season it’s all about the skinny scarf. Not only will it make you look leaner and longer as it draws the eye downwards, but it will give you fashion brownie points too. Win.
Go big and bold with your stripes or go home. Already spotted on the spring summer 2016 catwalks of J.Js Lee and Jasper Conran, who get on board the horizontal stripe bandwagon. It is much more flattering than it’s vertical sister.
Back in London Town and beyond excited to be the @lyst evangelyst for #LFW! #LystFW A photo posted by kelly agnew (@kellyagnew) on
Tricky weather can cause all sorts of fashion dilemmas, so when in doubt ditch the jacket and layer-up instead. Take a style cue from blogger Kelly Agnew and go sleeveless and light with a clever combination of a knitted tunic and sheer sleeved shirt.
While we live in denim jeans as much as you do, looking ahead to spring, it’s time to rethink denim into a more ladylike way. So say hello to the denim pencil skirt, just add a classic white shirt and a statement shoes and go.
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If the thoughts of wearing neutrals leave you feeling washed out, think again. Subtle shades can actually make a splash when mixed up altogether – classic cream and earthy oatmeal make a dream combo.
Matching prints aren’t going anywhere so have a print party like a true trendsetter. Keep it relaxed for day by going for silky bomber jacket/ skirt pairing and wear with runners in a similar hue. Who said fashion week dressing wasn’t practical?
From show to show in @matthewwilliamson we go @gabrielafones || Snapped by the king of all snappers @davidnyanzi #lfw #streetstyle #ootd #londonfashionweek #ohMW #matthewwilliamson A photo posted by Anisa Sojka (@anisasojka) on
Don’t just regulate your maxi to your summer wardrobe, bring it bang into autumn with a light denim jacket and fringe boots. A plunging neckline adds a little bit of sex appeal.
There’s no denying the polo neck can be the tricker of tops to wear, especially when your blessed with big boobs. Forgot the frumpy and unflattering connotations; it can look really cool – push up the sleeves and wear one tucked into a geometric monochrome printed skirt.
A photo posted by Alexa (@chungalexa) on
The clare, that’s cropped flare – don’t you know, is the jean silhouette of the season. Make like IT girl Atlanta de Cadnet and wear with patent ankle boots and lots and lots of faux fur.
By Fashion Editor and Stylist Corina Gaffey
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