LFW – Top 20 street style looks
There is no doubt that London Fashion Week is a hot spot for the world’s most innovative and interesting street style and we want to give you a look at some of London’s best dressed! From monochrome to neon, the fashion conscious wanderers of Somerset House know exactly how to stand out in a crowd and still look fabulous.
A casual suit is styled with geeky accessories for a modern outfit, and no look is complete without a miniature dog, of course.
Topman suit, Topman bow tie, Topman shirt, Guess jumper, Ted Baker iPad case, Clarks shoes. Dog wears Chanel.
A super-cool retro look is created with a mix of print and understated white with this combination.
River Island top, custom-made trousers.
This preppy look is given an edge by pairing a classic boucle jacket with a bright patent bag.
Zara jacket, rest of the outfit is vintage.
If you ask us at The Upcoming, it doesn’t get any cooler than a printed bomber jacket and it’s quilted.
Topshop jacket, Topshop t-shirt, Topman jumper (around waist), Nike shoes.
Who says you have to wear heels at fashion week? These mint green creepers are perfect for darting from show to show.
New Underground creepers, Primark socks, Topshop dress, Urban Outfitters shirt.
It might be February but this splash of neon is enough to brighten anyone’s day.
Topshop pinafore playsuit, Zara jacket, Topshop hat, Accessorize bag, Topshop boots.
A feminine twist on this boyfriend blazer makes this outfit stand out as a perfect example of a chic, androgynous look.
Christian Dior jacket, vintage shirt, Cos trousers, vintage bag.
Tribal print teamed with neon has been a favourite amongst the fashion week goers and this fringed jacket is a perfect complement.
River Island trousers, Topshop top, Topshop jacket, Zara shoes.
Clashing patterns in monochrome might seem daring at first, but this look proves that the risk pays off.
Asos jacket, H&M top, ASOS trousers, H&M sandals, Clear Clutch bag.
A smart shirt, skirt and tie combination is livened up with a hint of metallic and leather accessorised with a wide-brimmed hat.
Zara skirt, Burberry Prorsum jacket, Zara shoes, Zara hat, Burberry shirt, vintage tie.
This laid-back, bohemian look incorporates layers, making it ideal for those summer evenings.
New Look shoes, Topshop trousers, Pull and Bear scarf, Zara hat.
There’s no question that the 60s monochrome trend has taken off this season, and these sunglasses teamed with a floppy hat are a great example of how to incorporate the 60s into your S/S13 look.
H&M hat, River Island jacket, H&M shirt, Republic bag, Topshop shoes.
A neon military jacket. Need we say any more?
Sass and Bide jacket, Topshop shorts, Topshop boots.
This look brings classic lace up-to-date with bright colour blocking.
American Apparel top, ASOS skirt, Kurt Geiger shoes, Celine bag, Dior sunglasses.
Teaming this statement kimono with laid-back jeans is enough to make your vintage find look high-end.
Brick Lane market kimono, Father’s pyjama top, necklace purchased in a Shanghai boutique, Calvin Klein jeans, River Island shoes, Louis Vuitton clutch.
A gothic trouser suit is brought to life with gold accessories and studs.
Sister Jane suit, Topshop necklace, Topshop boots, Cheap Monday bag.
These colour-blocked pastels prove that this trend will never fade.
H&M top, H&M coat, Primark jeans, vintage bag.
Bringing a sparkle to LFW, the rhinestone lip beauty trend is a perfect way to stand out for all the right reasons.
Ralph Lauren jacket, Prada sunglasses, rhinestone lips.
Matching red accessories with a red lip is a great way to liven up any outfit.
Marc Jacobs shirt, Prada bag, Jack Wills jeans, H&M shoes.
A combination of floral prints creates the perfect vintage spring look.
Finlay&co. sunglasses, vintage blazer, vintage shirt, H&M trousers, H&M shoes, vintage bag, Pull and Bear hat.