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SPOTTED AT LFW: THE STREET STYLE ROUND-UP

23.02.17

Discover what the style set have deemed Fashion Week worthy in our street style round-up

SHOP THE SS17 COLLECTION
A RETRO INFLUENCE

Rosie Fortescue from At Fashion Forte gives a lesson in 1970s-inspired power dressing by teaming the Angie double-breasted blazer in white with same-tone Tori trousers and tinted sunglasses. Take your cue straight from the streets of LFW and tie it at the waist for optimum polish or take a more relaxed approach and wear the blazer open over lightweight layers.

SHOP SUITING
THE LAYERING GAME

Erika Fox of Retro Flame proves that white lace can work in colder climes and she layers this typically feminine fabrication under a crisp, tailored blazer to keep things both weather and business appropriate. Whether you’re jetting across continents or trying to combat the seasonal interchange, layering + a mix and match styling aesthetic = the key to a street style-worthy look.

SHOP OUTERWEAR
LEATHER IN FOCUS

If leather remains at the top of your wishlist this season but you’re ready to build on an already comprehensive collection of black bikers, take your cue from Lindsey Holland from Ropes of Holland and opt for a tan alternative. Bonded fabrications hold their structure best and offer an effortless way to give relaxed off-duty separates a cool-girl edge. See the Reiss X Lindsey Holland London Fashion Week edit here.

SHOP LEATHER
HEAD-TO-TOE POLISH

Victoria from In The Frow masters modern monochrome and captures the sleek sensibility of New York style by layering the white Venn blazer over a soft grey roll-neck and adding metallic chrome-coloured heels. Adopt this look for days in the city and add a structured leather tote for a business-like final touch.

SHOP BAGS
THE IMPORTANCE OF DETAIL

An effortless look might not appear overly considered but more often than not it requires a certain level of attention to detail. Kavita Kola’s Fashion Week outfit is a case in point as she adopts the ease of jeans and a jersey top but adds subtle yet distinctive touches that make it personal. By showcasing the leather trim of the Mills blazer and adding statement accessories to take capsule wardrobe staples, she takes capsule wardrobe staples to stylish new heights.

SHOP BLAZERS
NEUTRAL TONES

Josie from Fashion Mumblr welcomes spring in style by layering this seaosn's fresh, neutral palette in varying degrees of thickness. Prepped and ready for the interchangable London weather, she cuts a stylish figure dashing from show to show. Make like the blogger and drape the Melissa coat loosely over the shoulders of a white knit to lend your look an air of nonchalance. 

SHOP KNITWEAR
FROM THE FEET UP

Anna Hart from South Molton Street Style dresses down her trend-focussed look with the Zoe ankle boots in classic tan. The ultimate in wear-anywhere footwear, they make a flash of bare leg all the more approachable and bridge the gap between style and practicality. Ideal for a day running from show to show and (for those of us who aren’t on the guest list) the perfect partner to the season’s midi lengths, they promise to stay relevant from now until the height of summer.

SHOP KNITWEAR