Copenhagen's street style set never disappoints. They love color, embrace prints, try out exaggerated silhouettes, and always manage to introduce us to new brands—even if we think we know everything there is to know about Scandi fashion.
Often dashing from show to show on bicycles, they like to pull out some pretty clever combinations. Let's just say they're famous for looking chic enough to attend fashion week but still casual enough to whizz around town on two wheels.
A few trends have already started to emerge, and we've documented them all in one lovely street style gallery for you. However, there are a few key items we've noticed outside of these general themes that have managed to find a place on our wish lists.
From new brands we've been introduced to for the best printed dresses to the high-street sandals many of the city's coolest ladies have been loving, below are the key dresses and shoes we've noticed (because let's face it—those are the two products we live for).
Tiffany Hsu looks like a total dream in this satin maxi from Rejina Pyo. The turquoise-blue Bottega clutch adds a really unexpected jolt of color.
Rejina Pyo Milena Dress ($1155)
Bottega Veneta's sandals have been just as popular in Copenhagen as the rest of the globe, with the square-toe sandals being a particular favorite. Retailers are expecting a restock very soon…
Bottega Veneta Squared Leather Sandals ($668)
Produced in a Liberty of London floral fabric, there's nothing about this Ivy Oak dress we don't adore. From the demure shape and the versatile colours to full hem and sleeves, it's a truly lovely thing.
Ivy Oak Ruffle Midi Dress ($257)
Green shoes appear to be a trend over at #CPHFW, with many opting in for high-street versions, like these minimalistic mules from Zara. You may recall that we said these were going to be a smash a few weeks ago…
Zara Mid-Heel Mules ($70)
Réalisation's yellow floral dresses have been popular with both celebrities and influencers (like Emili Sindlev pictured here) all summer long.
Réalisation Isabelli Dress ($180)
Alexis always leads us to new labels, and this outfit is no exception. Her very elegant dress is from Aeron, a Hungarian designer label you may or may not have heard of yet. Same goes for her bag—it's from C.Nicol and well worth checking out.
Aeron Greta Dress ($660)
These dinky Dear Frances sandals have been popular with the street style set as well as celebrities—they come in quite a few different colors and are the perfect go-with-everything midi heels you may well be missing.
Dear Frances Rain Sandal ($325)
Still going strong after many months in the spotlight, The Row's Bare sandals remain a popular choice for the girls of Copenhagen. We also like the idea of wearing a cream outfit with bright red shoes.
The Row Bare Sandals ($790)
Nnenna's fabulous caped dress is from a brand I always look to for unique frocks and skirts: Rodebjer. She ramps it up even further with Balenciaga sneakers, a bag from Boyy, and the Loewe sunglasses we've seen trending hard all summer.
Rodebjer Yara Wings Dress ($470)
Charles & Keith's pastel mules were a favorite choice when they first came out during LFW back in February. They still stand up as a solid shoe option for 2019, and luckily, there are still some left to snap up.
Charles & Keith Buckle Kitten Heel Mules ($43)
How pretty is this cutout pink midi? Perfect if you've still got a holiday or two on the horizon.
See by Chloé Cutout Dress ($415)
I've had Totême's flip-flop heels (yes, really, that's a thing) on my radar for some time now. This is another chic getup to persuade me to finally buy a pair…
Totême Flip-Flop Heels ($400)
Art Dealer is a new brand we're tapping for vintage-inspired dresses. It also does blouses, skirts and more (as you can see from Annabel's look on the right), but it's this little floral wrap dress taking the limelight.
Art Dealer Margot Dress ($400)
This post originally appeared on Who What Wear UK.
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