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Copenhagen Fashion Week's Best Street Style Is Full Of Outfit Inspiration For Chillier Days Ahead

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Despite not being one of the "Big Four" fashion weeks, Copenhagen's three-day-long showcase has become one of the biggest sartorial players in the world. Sure, that's mostly due to the rising popularity of cult labels like Cecilie Bahnsen, Saks Potts, Ganni, and Stine Goya, but there's another thing that sets the Danish city apart: its attendees. Copenhagen Fashion Week's street style scene is easily one of the most vital sources of outfit inspiration for any fashion person, and the Spring/Summer 2020 season is certainly no exception.

Copenhagen's still a bit of a newcomer compared to New York, London, Milan, and Paris fashion weeks. But over the last few seasons, it's begun to command almost as much attention as the heavy hitters thanks to influencers like Jeanette Madsen, Pernille Teisbaek, Emili Sindlev, and Sophia Roe, all of whom have style enviable enough to put the satellite city on the map.

Before diving into the looks, there's one thing to note about Copenhagen's weather this time of year: In August, it's usually breezy and a comfortable 72 degrees — a great forecast for the fashion folk that rely on bikes to get around, much like the rest of the city's commuters. But during Day One of CFW, the skies opened up, giving way to one heck of a downpour during Brogger's outdoor Spring/Summer 2020 show that forced attendees to take cover. Luckily, despite the impromptu torrent, there was no shortage of style inspo.

Ahead, all the best street style from Copenhagen Fashion Week that you'll want to bookmark for chillier days to come.

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Alyssa Coscarelli and TZR's Lauren Caruso offer a lesson in styling oversized maxi dresses.

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A short-sleeve button-down is a transitional alternative to classic workwear.

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Proof that large-scale print-mixing can look ultra chic. The key is to keep pieces within the same color palette.

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Bright accessories are an easy way to transform more streamlined staples, as displayed by Anaa Saber.

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The popularity of the bucket hat endures. Transition it into fall by styling with trousers and a long-sleeve top.

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Pernille Teisbaek opted for classic pieces in slouchier silhouettes for a fresh alternative to the suiting trend. She finished the look with Bottega Veneta mesh heels.

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Play with layers, textures, and colors for a fun twist on fall dressing.

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Jenny Walton's rolled-up sleeves are a simple styling trick to help you maneuver through transitional weather.

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Blogger Nina Sandbech opted for flat sandals for practicality's sake; she paired them with a button down and white shorts for an easy, classic look.

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Tine Andrea Lauvil Storlos's oversized blazer was a perfect choice for a cool day. (What you can't see: her chunky, also-oversized gold necklace underneath.)

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Influencer Maria Bernad went for a monochromatic look, pairing her Mykke Hofmann dress with Gucci shoes and a Boyy handbag.

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Here's proof that red can be a neutral sometimes, too.

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Turns out orange does go with pink.

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Yet another monochrome ensemble, but this time, in an unexpected palette of cool blues. (The pink Loewe sunnies are just the cherry on top.)

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Blogger Bettina Looney also got the orange memo; her maxi dress is from London-based brand Jessica K.

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Everything old is new again. Denim-on-denim, bucket hats, and even cowboy boots made an appearance on Day One.