AW20 London Fashion Week is here and we are already loving the street style trends. We have listed below some of our favourite street styles for some wardrobe inspiration. Whether you are into soft warm tones or bright neon we have got you covered. You too can achieve the outfit styles, as we have listed some luxury brand items to get you started with achieving your desired look. From brands like Saint Laurent, Peter Petrov, Burberry and more!
1. 50 Shades Of Brown
Throughout the London Fashion Week AW trends from the previous years, one trend that had always came back no matter the season were neutral tones, such as nudes an beige. LFW AW20 however, the shade trend has slightly changed with brown being the dominant colour worn. Not just wearing one shade of brown, but mix and matching with different tones and shades of brown perfect for the cold autumn winter season. The best thing about this trend, is that you can always dress up or down with it, no matter the occasion whether you’re going for a night out with friends, or simply going to work. This brown shade trend will be always be versatile.
Pair light beige high neck cashmere sweater from Allude, with Burberry’s leather biker trousers, and Peter Patrov’s leather jacket for a femenine and bold look. With Jimmy Choo’s nude pumps, and Saint Laurent leather shoulder bag along with a simple chain necklace from Zoe Chicco.
2. Pop Of Colour
If you are not a big fan of neutrals, or have a different palette of colours that you are into this neon bright coloured trend is perfect if you are looking for something a bit more dramatic. This trend is all about having fun and not taking it too serious. Neon colours was seen by luxury Brand Roksanda, that showcased beautiful bright coloured dresses on the runaway. Although spring and summer is not here yet neon can still be worn, which were worn by many influencers.
if you want to style it more subtle, implement a piece of neon into your outfit such as wearing a plain white t-shirt or sweater from Bogetta Veneta paired with yellow velve trousers and a smart beige blazer and saint Laurent sunglasses to achieve a fresh smart look.
Otherwise, if you want to go all out with neon, try colour blocking with neon colours. After all its all about having fun so there is no wrong way of doing so with this style.
This year at the LFW AW20, there was a significantly large amount of black worn specifically the monochrome trend. Contrasting from the pastel and neon trend, this style is perfect for those who love black. With monochrome, there is never a way to go wrong and can be easily styled. If you are looking for a more of a funky trend style, here we have listed the best way to style this trend this season. Giving you all sorts of London grungy vibes. The Alexander McQueen side stripe leather trousers is the perfect monochrome trousers, which is a necessity if you love this trend. Pair the trousers with a Plain white t-shirt and classical Leather biker jacket from Raey. A white pair of trainers with black details is the perfect complimentary piece to the outfit.
4. Suited Up
Time for serious business.
The suit style trend will probably not die out anytime soon. This style is perfect for any occasion, whether if you are catching up with friends, or going to work. If you like a feminine yet bold and powerful style, implement these clothing piece into your outfit. Such as a grant knotted suit jacket from Gabriela Herest, paired with the suit trousers. You can style this with trainers if you are looking for more practicality, but if you are going to an occasion the Gianvito Rossi Porofino heels are the perfect complimentary piece to the outfit.
5. Animal Prints
Cheetah prints, Leopard prints whatever animal print it is know that it is still relevant. This year at the LFW AW20 it made an appearance as so it did the previous year. There was a rise of the leopard print coat worn by many influencers, as trend come and go out of style the leopard print coat seems to always make a appearance.
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