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Get the look: 5 street style trends from Fashion Month AW23 you can actually shop now

Up your spring wardrobe game with these super easy additions

The first fashion month of the year is over already (a sad time but perhaps also a welcomed one if you work in the industry). The globe’s most exclusive guests brought their sartorial A-game across New York, Milan, London and Paris

And whilst the fashion set’s front row donned a plethora of unforgettable outfits (Dua Lipa’s naked dress, Florence Pugh’s also naked skirt, Zendaya was an animal print-chic dream and Sienna Miller and Naomi Campbell upped their quirky shoe game, incase you needed a refresh), the sartorial agenda’s on the street style front was second to none.

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Editors, influencers and fellow VIPs alike did not disappoint when it came to inspiring styles to add to our wardrobe refresh as we head into the warmer months.

Hello! Fashion picks five major street style trends that you can shop now:

Lady in Red

We’ve been seeing red this month ever since couture week both in the street style posse and across the runway. Particularly during London Fashion Week. Guests rocked feminine tulle and pleats, edgy leather, chic tweed jumpsuits and hues of burgundy and berry. Whatever your preferred style and silhouette, a dash of red is an easy addition to your wardrobe. 

Tweed Square Neck Jacket, £63.20 Warehouse


Cashmere jumper, £110, Sézane


High-waisted tailored trousers, £19.99, H&M


Molten Metallics

Who said silver and gold was too much for daytime? The amount of metallic knee high boots blinded us during New York Fashion Week, but handbags, dresses, jumpers and statement earrings swiftly followed suit for the rest of the weeks. Though this trend is already being donned by Instagram’s most stylish set, fashion month proved why you should add a touch of disco to your everyday wear. 

1DR bag, £425, Diesel


Paris Texas boots, £670, FarFetch


Silver leather trousers, £479, Maje


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Quiet Luxury

This term has been doing the rounds in the fashion realm recently, and fashion month’s street stylers proved that they’re totally on board . Think brands like Tove, Eudon Choi, Khaite and most quintessentially, Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen’s cult favourite label The Row. These brands are basically the creme de la creme of elevated basics. Exquisite but unrestricted tailoring, cool girl flats, minimal noise. But that doesn’t mean you can’t achieve a similar look without the price tag.

Khaite high waisted trousers, £940, Farfetch


The Frankie Shop blazer, £290, Matches


Twill cropped blazer, £79, Cos


Elevated Double Denim

If you’ve opened Instagram at all in the last few months, you’ll see that double denim is back with a bang. This supermodel-approved style appeared midway through last year and has gone from strength to strength ever since. Though fashion week guests were experimental in the form of denim boots, major cut outs and denim bags, the foolproof jeans and denim jacket combo will suffice to stay super on trend.

Long denim skirt, £29.99, Bershka


Marant etoile cropped jacket, £380, Farfetch


Vava Boots, £150, Steve Madden


War of the Rosettes

Thank you Harry Styles, for amping up the popularity of this cutesy adornment. Fashion month guests experimented with different sizes and colours to take the rosette from maximalist patterned to understated chic. This year, the flowers the fashion crowd are wearing are 3D, oversized and are taking the place of your favourite necklace.

Corsage bandeau top, £63.20, Warehouse


House of CB flower dress, £159, Selfridges


Magda Butrym skirt, £1,100, MyTheresa

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