10 Easy London Fashion Week Outfits You Can Wear This Weekend
10 Easy London Fashion Week Outfits You Can Wear This Weekend

10 Easy London Fashion Week Outfits You Can Wear This Weekend

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The street style scene can be incredibly theatrical, with guests having at least three outfit changes in a day in the back of their chauffeured cars, pieces borrowed by designers for an hour or so, and outfits chosen for their wow factor. As fabulous as these moments can be, we find ourselves drawn to the quieter outfits that we can actually use as styling inspiration for months, if not years, to come.

Out of all of the international fashion weeks, London always has a more relaxed and practical energy—maybe it’s the high chance of rain, or the likelihood that you’ll be spending a couple of hours stood in a freezing warehouse in Hackney. Most editors, stylists, and buyers tend to wear their minimalist staples, such as jeans or black tailored trousers, as a base, and then add some more interest with accessories or a few trend-led pieces.

There were a few trends we saw, again and again, this London Fashion Week, namely bomber jackets, the leather motocross trend, wide-leg jeans, and oversized silhouettes. If you are in need of some fresh outfit inspiration, then let the below ten looks help guide some of your styling decisions or new purchases for the season ahead.

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The Minimalist Dream

When at fashion month, British Vogue’s deputy editor and fashion features director, Sarah Harris, always focuses on timeless, simple wardrobe pieces. Instead of shouty prints or extroverted trends, she keeps it polished and classic in elegant tailoring and refined separates. In London, she wore loose-fitting black trousers with a utility shirt-style jacket, white T-shirt, and pointed pumps—an outfit you don’t need a fashion show invite to recreate.

Totême cargo-pocket jacket

Cos crossover-waist pants

Ninety Percent Lena T-shirt

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The XL Camel Coat

This season, Tove showed its debut fashion show, and Caroline Issa showed us just how beautiful its clothes are in this beautiful combination. We can’t decide which we love more—the wrap-effect, ruched bodysuit in a rich chocolate hue or the ankle-skimming wool-blend camel coat.

Tove Joni wrap-effect bodysuit

Tove Jore belted felt coat

Khaite Pippen leather loafers

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Let Your Motocross Jacket do the Talking

We have been telling you for several months now how leather motocross jackets are about to make a comeback, and this outfit gives us a lesson in how to style it. The key is to keep the rest simple, with black trousers, black loafers, and a classic leather shoulder bag, and let your jacket do all the talking.

Open Edit wide leg work pants

Prada Re-Edition 2000 zip shoulder bag

Bottega Veneta Monsieur 50 leather loafers

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Update Office Classics With a Graphic T-Shirt

Alexa Chung went all-out with this London Fashion Week outfit, carrying a JW Anderson frog clutch and wearing lime green strappy sandals in February. If you look past the frog, however, this is a timeless outfit that you can wear with so many items you already own. Simply take your smarter office essentials, such as this grey wool coat and jersey skirt, and then add a playful graphic T-shirt.

Vibi Venezia Mary Jane flats

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Make Your Accessories a Talking Point

An animal print coat and black tailored trousers is an outfit that you’ll see again and again in London, however, it’s the accessories here that add an edge. The Maison Margiela split-toe leather ballet flats and embellished sunglasses add some extra personality to these timeless fashion items.

Rixo Milly leopard-print coat

Maison Margiela Tabi ballet flats

Derek Lam 10 Crosby Maeve slit hem trousers

Kimeze Damba cat-eye sunglasses

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It’s All About the Leather Bomber Jacket

We kept seeing bomber jackets at London Fashion Week, and we loved Bettina Looney’s oversized leather iteration and how she used it to dial down the glamour of a very “evening” outfit. A black slip dress and leather bomber jacket is our new favorite dinner look.

The Attico Anja bomber jacket

Sophie Buhai Tiny Essentials hoop earrings

The Attico Devin satin mules

Go All-Out With a Midi/Maxi Denim Skirt

A denim max skirt was a hot commodity on the fashion week circuit, and we love how this showgoer has used it to ground her feathered top. You can create a similar look with any kind of denim wash and all your favorite wardrobe staples: think white T-shirts and black roll necks.

Kate Spade feather trim shirt

Isabel Marant Zadd leather belt

Totême slingback ballerina flats

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Double-Up on Outerwear

If you want to move into your spring wardrobe but it’s not quite warm enough, why not double up on your jackets and wear a bomber jacket or a shacket under your trench coat? The best way to make sure it looks cohesive is to stick to a considered color palette, such as this blending of neutrals and khakis.

The Frankie Shop belted trench coat

Cos wide-leg tailored pants

Loro Piana reversible bomber jacket

Phil Oh

The Shearling for Spring

One takeaway from the street style at London Fashion Week is that the shearling jacket it’s doing anywhere—especially when it’s a ’70s-inspired leather jacket. Remember vintage shops will be filled with items that will help you to recreate a look just like this.

Khaite Shellar oversized jacket

Lemaire twisted midi dress

Loeffler Randall Lynn boots

Embrace Elevated Sportswear

Sportswear isn’t just for the gym–make like Jourdan Dunn and pair color-pop tracksuit bottoms with sleek sunglasses and a knitted tank for a suitably stylish, high-low look. Wear now with sneakers, then swap in Birkenstocks come summer.

ATM Anthony Thomas Melillo sleeveless tank

The Attico Eyewear x Linda Farrow Mini Marfa rectangle sunglasses

adidas Adicolor Classics Firebird track pants

Nike x AMBUSH Air Force 1 sneakers

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