Street Style Lessons From Copenhagen Fashion Week Fall 2019
A bright pair of plaid pants deserves an equally eye-catching jacket with structured sleeves. Use a white mock-neck top as a base layer and cap it all off with white boots.
If you’ve been a firm no on acid-wash jeans, you may reconsider after seeing this look. The throwback jeans are tempered by a basic black turtleneck, a cropped blazer, a rusty beanie and black boots.
Now this is how to dress for work in winter. Layer a black turtleneck under a charcoal gray blazer, then add in black leather pants, a strong-shouldered coat and black boots.
Turn up the volume on your basic turtleneck and stark pants with a red quilted coat and floral Balenciaga Knife sock boots.
Because you can never have enough Burberry. Strap on the brand’s belt bag over a white turtleneck, khakis and a classic checked trench. Shiny boots ground the look.
Take a basic button-down and faded jeans and turn things up a notch with an open orange shirtdress layered under a shearling moto jacket.
Put a new spin on logomania by sporting an oversized scarf flaunting your brand affiliation. Add in a green maxi dress and a long plaid coat to round out the look.
Make your base layer pop by favoring a patterned turtleneck layered under a dark blue shirt and a bright green coat. Complementary flared trousers and two-tone boots help amp up the look.
Find the biggest floral puffer out there and combine it with wide-cuffed jeans and slouchy silver boots. You can also stand out from the street style crowd with a shorts suit complete with a matching coat, a colorful Hawaiian shirt and over-the-knee black boots.
Add a little kick to an oversized sky blue suit with black and white boots. A multicolored bag ups the ante.
Take your dark denim button-down and team it with plaid pants, an olive green coat and two-tone boots. Slip on a crossbody bag with an intricate strap to hold everything in place.
Stripes and colour blocking can be difficult to pull off simultaneously. Make it work by styling a multicolored striped turtleneck with a navy skirt, a two-tone teddy coat, statement tights and orange boots.
Show off your color coordination skills by building your outfit around a striped coat. Then tie your turtleneck, blue jeans, drawstring bag and shoes into the color scheme. Earn extra credit by wrapping up your low pony with a similarly striped scarf.
The classic turtleneck done three ways. Use a chunky navy sweater version to stay warm under a blazer and round out the look with an asymmetrical skirt in a lighter hue. Use a baby blue one to layer under a boxy jacket teamed with green plaid pants and a bucket hat. Or simply wrap a plain white turtleneck up with a graphic dress.
Feel free to go matchy-matchy from your top to your pants to your puffer.
Pairing plaid jeans with a white ribbed sweater and a camel coat boasting black trim looks pretty cool, especially if you roll up the sleeves of the sweater. A furry bag and neutral footwear add extra polish.
Go green on green with a textured sweater and corduroys. A plaid coat and snakeskin boots add even more dimension.
Neutral knits can still make a statement. Cap them off with dark brown boots to add another layer to the look.
Jazz up a plain white tee with pink jeans secured with a zebra printed belt and a two-tone coat. Once again, rely on your trusty white boots to finish off the look.
Have a little fun with texture by styling a chunky turtleneck sweater with a ruffled skirt. Throw in croc-effect black boots for even more drama.
Pile on the purple with a lilac sweater and violet trousers with a matching belt. Stick with white boots, though, so as not to overdo it.