London Fashion Week is always packed full of exciting new fashion trends. We spotted seven fun trends that could be perfect for copying on the high street. From shrug coats to metallic boots and off course the fantastic range of Bodycon Mini Dresses that are now available from options like umay.co.uk/collections/mini-dresses/bodycon-mini-dresses, read on to find out about the trends that are set to take the high street by storm.
The high stiletto is out; welcome back the kitten heel! Wear kitten heels with cropped trousers or slightly rolled up jeans to show a bit of ankle. All styles are on trend, from patent to canvas, with straps or sling-back. Kittens were purring all over London Fashion Week!
Another hot footwear trend is metallic boots. These should be worn with longer length clothing such as trousers or midi skirts, while the style can be anything from stiletto to block heel, ankle or knee length. Be sure to stick with high-shine metallic shades!
The look this London Fashion Week was all about highlighting the waist with a funky waist bag. Wear a belt with a mini bag attached over the top of jumpers, shirts and even coats for a trendy look that is also practical.
Fashionistas are wearing coats shrugged off their shoulder to create a V shape down their back. The shrug look is not only for women; designers are blurring the gender lines with their designs this year, with the fashion shows mixing up menswear and womenswear and showing many designs that are unisex.
The bracelet bag or “brag” is the latest must have accessory. These bags are carried in the hand or on the wrist and sometimes across the body. The main band is rigid in a circle to look like a bangle, while the look is bright, so opt for a bold colour.
The regular hoodie was another major sighting at London Fashion Week. Wear a hoodie under a blazer, a jacket or a fitted coat to give your outfit a streetwear edge. Choose neutrals colours or designer cotton fabric to increase the style stakes
Finally, many fashionistas are currently wearing one tone across their whole outfit. From dark blue trousers to lighter blue tops to sky blue scarves, each item comes from the same colour family.