In an unfavorable turn of events, Storm Eunice coincided with London Fashion Week. However, the adverse weather conditions did little to stop the city’s street style set from venturing outdoors. Tastemakers still wore imitable outfits and demonstrated how to incorporate runway trends into wearable everyday looks. And the best part? Many of these London Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2022 street style outfits are shoppable. Meaning, you can recreate the city’s most stylish looks right now.
For starters, every trendsetter seemed to have a Jacquemus’ Le Chiquito long bag. The practical yet stylish accessory may very well become your next favorite party purse or wedding guest bag. Aside from everyone’s shared penchant for the accessory, statement coats, too, were a common denominator amongst many street style ensembles. The outerwear designs (TZR found similar options for you to shop, ahead) certainly deserve a spot in your wardrobe for this spring, or next fall. Finally, sequin-embellished anything, which also proved to be a trend on the LFW catwalks, popped up on the fashion set — and the style is one that’s readily available to shop right now.
Take a peek at the best London street style ensembles, below, and if you end up loving an outfit, shop the items to get the look.
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Upgrade your outfits with attention-grabbing pieces like BLIKVANGER’s asymmetrical coat and a Jacquemus’ Le Chiquito long bag. The exact blue color sported by Mina Habchi, above, is currently sold out, but a very similar shade from the label’s new season is readily available for you to shop.
Caroline Issa bundled up in a brown bomber jacket and carried a black crossbody bag from Prada. Underneath, she wore a patterned Prada turtleneck.
This street style maven proved that you can, indeed, wear several prints and patterns in a single outfit. Her look was made casual by a pair of sneakers and felt elevated via luxe accessories like a striped Loewe scarf and a Double Knot handbag from Bottega Veneta.
Georgia Medley kept her outfit low-key, but put together, with a designer logo baseball cap from Isabel Marant. She wore an Acne Studios oversized jacket.
Susie Lau wore a frothy mini dress from Simone Rocha for Day 3 of London Fashion Week. She teamed it with a pair of white thigh-high boots from Coperni and a black parka jacket from Balenciaga.
The statement accessory in this showgoer’s look was her Dior Vibe bag.
Lean into the balaclava trend with this trendsetter’s fun look. Here, Jacquemus’ Le Chiquito long bag once again made a triumphant street style appearance at LFW — this time in green.
Andreea Cristea carried the celebrity-beloved JW Pei bag for a day of shows. She wore a pair of Gucci trainers and a pastel-colored Warehouse trench coat.
Naomi May wore a Harris Tapper coat, Louis Vuitton bag, and Asics trainers. For a pop of color in her look, she opted for a neon green top.
Rachael Broussard proved that the dress and sneakers combo will always be a foolproof LFW ensemble.