London Fashion Week has come and gone, and that means it’s time to revamp our wardrobes with the newest styles. What’s better than following the latest trends and bringing a bit of the runway into your everyday look? From sequins to tartan, this year’s breakthrough influences were bold, statement-making, and gorgeous. Read on for our recap of London Fashion Week and how to build your own 2018 looks for less with our top Fashion Week-inspired picks!
Plaid, Tartan & Preppy Prints
Timeless Brit-girl patterns added a classic, preppy element to this year’s LFW, such as this vibrant red and black dress from Simone Rocha’s Fall 2018 collection. Make this trend your own with a flowy summer maxi with a high-cut square neckline and houndstooth pattern. This dress is a nod to Fashion Week’s traditional prints while the blue and white color palette keeps your look simple and fresh.
For those of us that shy away from bright colors and glittery details, the LFW runways were full of timeless all-black ensembles as well. Chalayan, Christopher Kane, and David Koma all showcased edgy, monochromatic looks that played with contrasting materials for more visual interest. If you love this leather-accented look from David Koma’s Fall 2018 show, you’ll love our Alisa Pan two-piece dress. With a leather skirt and zip-up crop top, it’s a nontraditional take on the classic LBD that’s definitely on-trend.
Cara Delevingne stunned in a rainbow-striped coat at on the Burberry runway, and this multicolored style dominated their entire Fall 2018 show. Make this style your own with a patterned flowy dress in the same bright color palette. We love this Alisa Pan printed sundress for its vibrant colors and versatile style. Wear it on its own in warm weather or dress it up with a cardigan and high boots for a surprising and fun fall look.
Adding a bit of the runway to your wardrobe is an on-trend way to revamp your closet for the season, whether you’re shopping for new pieces or re-styling outfits you already own. Build a look that’s high fashion without the high price tag by accessorizing old items in new ways, using DIY hacks, or browsing a local thrift store to find something similar to these LFW trends (all fashion is recycled, after all!). From bold prints to sleek monochromatic styles, this year’s London Fashion Week had a little something for everyone. Get a head start on next season’s hottest trends by taking some style inspiration from this year’s London Fashion Week.
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