Fashion

4 Copenhagen Fashion Week Looks That You Can Wear Now

Last week saw the return of Copenhagen Fashion Weeek and a new set of trends emerging from those familiar faces of street style fashion. From all-over floral to a nostalgic sports-luxe, this season’s trends offer a more laid-back approach to everyday styling.

This week, our fashion editor shows you how you can revamp your wardrobe and acheve this season’s iconic looks with just a few key pieces.

 

Sporty Spice

Channel your inner Spice Girl with the all-over Sports Luxe trend. This season, the look takes on a nostalgic feel with retro-inspired stripes and pops of colour. Less is never more, so feel free to embrace the trend with an all-over track pant and top. Accessorize your look with off-duty sneakers and laid-back styling and you’ve achieved ‘it’ girl cool.

 

The Trench Coat

With it’s classic shape and timeless appeal, the trench coat will always be on our list of investment pieces to buy now. Whether it’s winter or spring, layered or left open, the trench will be the hardest working piece in your wardrobe.

This season, go large and oversize your jacket with strong shoulders and heavy collars. Style with statement trousers and an elegant heel.

 

The Statement Blazer

Also known as the outfit-maker, a statement blazer is that perfect throw-on item to update any look. Whether you want to elevate your denim style or dress down your LBD, a good blazer is a worthy investment.

We’re currently loving the Gestuz ‘Sophi’ Blazer – the perfect staple to build your wardrobe around.

@darjabarannik & @emilisindlev from #CPHFW #SS18 credits to @jharphoto for @veinmagazine #STREETSTYLE

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The All-Over Print

Never has there been a trend so easy to reproduce as the all-over print. Seen pretty much everywhere, from the streets of #CPHFW to the SS18 catwalks, there’s no doubt that this is a trend that will be stiocking around for some time.

An update to the ‘florals for spring’ mantra, mismatch your patterns either with bold floral prints or eye-catching check.

 

 



Angharad Jones

Angharad Jones

Home & Interior Editor

A lover of style that’s simple yet luxurious, I’m always on the hunt for those ‘forever’ pieces. When I’m not obsessing over my wardrobe, I’m growing my love for homeware – especially if it’s Scandinavian or has a touch of mid-century design about it – or trying to find my inner yogi.