London Street Style: How To Dress For Gloomy Weather
Since London is blessed with dense cloud cover virtually year round, the Brits know a thing or two about dressing for gloomy weather. So who better to inspire cold-weather dressing than the attendees of London’s Men’s Fashion week which just took place across the pond? Here, a few of our favorite street style looks and styling tips to steal, stat.
Never underestimate the mood-brightening qualities of a pop of cherry red.
Channel your inner schoolgirl with a pinstripe-and-crested-blazer combo.
Try outerwear with a rich jacquard or plaid print to spruce up and all-black ensemble.
Top your jeans and leather jacket uniform with a longline shearling vest for a dash of '70s flair.
Intricately embroidered toppers add a luxe spin to neutral separates.
Brightly colored faux fur should be teamed with equally loud jewelry.
Take a borrowed-from-the-boys approach to denim by teaming it with a tailored topcoat and menswear button-down shirt.
A primary-colored jacket and chunky scarf make a great pair.
Lurex and stripes work well when kept in the same color palette.
Matching sets are winter appropriate when rendered in velvet.
Top every ensemble with a red beret.
Layer folksy prints for an eclectic effect.
Infuse your look with an urban edge by pairing high-top sneakers with culottes and a graphic knit.
Elevate a monochromatic outfit with glossy loafers.
Play with proportion: A shrunken silhouette looks great balanced by flowing culottes.
Nod to this season's Victoriana trend with a prim blouse.
A vintage tee, tonal suede topped and a printed neckscarf is the new model off-duty uniform.
Speaking of models in scarves.
Layer a denim jacket under your coat. Extra points if you can button it!