So Fashion Week season is officially over for another six months. There’s been plenty of fashion-spiration for AW15 on the runways (and plenty of celeb gossip too). We saw Kendal Jenner walking every runway from New York to London, and Zoolander stealing the show in Paris at Valentino.
But one of our favourite Fashion Week hobbies has to be street style spotting. From the seriously chic to the seriously crazy, we love checking out how real people are working the latest trends (and taking a little inspiration from their looks).
Trend One: That 70s Style
Flares were a hit with street stylers EVERYWHERE, whether they were teamed with tailoring for a sophisticated spin, or paired with vintage-inspired accessories and outerwear for a look that was oh-so-seventies.
Our favourite way to wear is definitely with a boho twist, mixing cheesecloth, tassels and crochet with tan accessories and a statement felt hat.
This floral River Island kimono is one of our hero ‘70s pieces. It’s perfect for layering with a simple tee and jeans now, and will be a must-have for over your bikini when summer finally arrives.
Trend Two: Tailored Lady
There were also plenty of sophisticated stylistas this year. Think muted tones of khaki, navy and of course, fifty shades of grey.
Culottes and ankle grazers were key shape and looked gorgeous with tailored jackets – a look that we love for the office.
This look was all about the accessories too, with some street stylers keeping it low profile in the same neutral tones as their outfit, and others adding a colour pop with a bold handbag.
Trend Three: Statement Skirts
One of our fave AW15 street style trends has to be these feminine ‘50s style circle skirts teamed with knits.
We saw a mixture of prints and shades, but a full circle shape is key to nailing this trend.
This Oasis number is so versatile – tuck in a tee and add courts for the day, and choose a simple cami and barely there sandals for a super sweet night look.
Loads of ladies chose to team their statement skirts with knitwear to beat the London chill. A simple knit like this French Connection Mozart keeps this Ted Baker skirt more casual, and makes this the perfect transitional outfit.
For more tips on how to copy the street style trends, take a look at our LFW Street Style Video.