With Fashion Weeks in full swing across the world, it was Copenhagen’s turn from January 29 to February 1. This gave fashion designers across the country the chance to show what they’re made of, and what they’re making. They debuted their Autumn/Winter 2019 looks, and street style was right in the middle of it all. So, if you’re looking to stay on-trend with your street style this year, it’s time to take note of these awesome concoctions…
If there’s one thing we know for certain, it’s the fact that check and plaid pattern is going to be roaming the streets across the world this year. Longline jackets and coats will be the focal point for this fashion, as the models at Copenhagen Fashion Week were wearing these jackets with gusto. These are not only a great way to keep warm, but also a great way to show the world that you mean stylish business.
According to the top fashion designers in the world, AW19 is a chance for you to either go bold or go home. There are no muted tones or dull colors this year because it’s all about bold patterns and even bolder block colors. These fashion shows showed us a mixture of both, with garish green patterned pants and brightly colored jackets that you need in your closet immediately.
Retro sneakers have really come into fashion over the past year or so, and it seems as though they still have their place in society. These chunky white and colored trainers come complete with a platform heel and unattractive undertones – but that’s exactly what makes them attractive! You can pair these with anything, from your bright pink cord pants to your boiler suits.
It might be time to go all Marie Kondo on your belongings because you won’t be able to take out any large items during AW19. That’s because it all about the tiny purse this year. These pocket-sized purses should be carried and not worn over your shoulder or arm and should complement your outfit perfectly. This means bold colors and even a few bright colors here and there.
Looking to up your street style game this year? Copenhagen Fashion Week has nailed it.