London Fashion Week has come and gone, but it’s left us with some great styling tips for the upcoming Fall/Winter 2018 season. From the classic plaid pattern to playful denim, we’re reviewing some of the most noteworthy street style trends as seen on showgoers. Continue reading for some wardrobe inspiration for the colder months ahead, and be sure to also check out the top FW18 trends from the Scandinavian and New York Fashion Weeks.
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Whether it’s Burberry‘s signature Nova Check or timeless, black and white plaid, the pattern was seen everywhere during LFW this season in the form of blazers, fall-ready, double breasted coats and chic headwear. If you’re looking to introduce plaid into your winter closet, look no further than these Clueless-esque Balenciaga boots and these sleek, Gucci wool pants.
The fashion industry’s obsession with logos seems to be intensifying day by day. From a Fendi Zucca print pleated skirt, to a monogram-covered Christian Dior tote bag, there’s no shortage of in-your-face motifs on the streets of London. Prada’s latest logo socks are a great fall accessory for those who’d like to experiment with the trend without being too out-there.
Not Your Typical Denim
This fall and winter, switch things up by wearing denim that comes in unexpected colors and designs, like model Alanna Arrington‘s cheeky “DENIM” jeans by Off-White™ and Eva Chen‘s brilliantly bright, red Canadian tuxedo. For those who’d like to step up their denim game, beloved Danish brand GANNI has got you covered with a range of jackets and wide-leg pants in almost every color of the rainbow.
JW Anderson Bags
We’re seeing a pattern here. From the Disc Satchel to the Logo Purse, it was clear that LFW attendees loved their JW Anderson handbags. Understatedly stylish, the designer’s bag collection features a range of carryalls that can really take a look from zero to hero. If you’re in search for a new arm candy, consider the brand your best bet.
The fashion crowd hasn’t got enough of the statement sneaker trend. From the adidas Originals Yung-1 to Acne Studios‘ chunky-soled Manhattan, retro-inspired silhouettes seem to be the popular choice at LFW. If you’re looking to add another pair to your footwear rotation, then check out Balenciaga‘s newly released Track sneaker.