London Fashion Week Street Style Is All About The High-Low

Not to play favorites, but each season, the street style at London Fashion Week exceeds our expectations. First and foremost, Londoners have a DGAF attitude — just because it’s raining doesn’t mean you can’t wear a baby pink faux fur coat, platform sandals, and tinted shades. Second, London’s most stylish unapologetically mix high and low, streetwear and tailoring — they know how to pair say, a J.W.Anderson skirt with an Ashley Williams hoodie and battered Vans, and make it look too cool for school. And finally, London Fashion Week is a celebration of the city’s different communities and subcultures, whether it’s the club kids hanging outside the Fashion East show in their own experimental creations, or the immaculately dressed women sitting front row at Rejina Pyo in puff-sleeved gowns. It’s a little all over the place, but that variety also means there’s a little something for everyone.

Here’s some of our favorite looks of the season.

We always love an accessory you can buy for less than $ 1.

Simple on the top, statement on the bottom.

A lesson in wearing this season’s most ubiquitous trend: corsets.

How to wear shower slides with a fancy frock, according to Kate Foley.

Here’s what we love about parkas: They look cool, but they’re practical too.

Adwoa Aboah adds sparkle to her black and white outfit by piling on the jewelry.

Yes, you can wear a hoodie and heels at the same damn time.

A millennial pink denim skirt suit! Screams!

There’s really nothing as good as a long-sleeved floral dress.

Look away now if you only wear black.

Or, if you’re looking to break up that all-black wardrobe (but don’t want to go full-on color), try a lighter neutral, like camel or tan.

When your hair matches your heels.

Tina Leung and Susie Lau match in green Molly Goddard dresses, and we’re now adding a mint tulle frock to our fall wish list.

Don’t you love the illusion of this blazer/cape/cut-off trench?

More color! Always!

Plays with proportions with an XL puffer jacket and wide-leg trousers.

Just look at the sleeves on that jacket. Bravo, Felicity Kay.

All-white is daring, crisp, and cool. Major kudos.

Neutrals, but with a pop of neon. It’s all about balance.

Friends who color-clash together, stay together.

A+ for practical footwear!

If you’re going to invest in a Stetson hat, it might as well be Loewe…

Is there anything not to love about this J.W. Anderson dress?

Sock boots are the shoe of the season.

Because we all need Matrix -style sunglasses.

Effortless and elegant. A simple turtleneck and pair of jeans can go a long way.

As John Mayer once said, “Say what you need to say.”

A little sleeve interest goes a long way.

Prep school style done right.

Repurpose your favorite spring and summer dresses by layering them over pants for fall and winter.

Alexa Chung adds texture to her denim look with a patent black shirt.

How chic does this loose-fitting suit look?

There’s that puffy-sleeved Rejina Pyo dress we were talking about.

It’s all in the details, and we love how the Supreme socks peep out from inside these silver boots.

Invest in a cropped jacket this season.

A black patent coat is always a good outfit-finisher.

A party dress with sneakers — a combination we’ll never not love.

“Art.”

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