Two Fashion Weeks down, two more to go. After taking in all things NYFW and now LFW, we're here once again to process and share which trends we're going to be wearing in the next six months (or even now!). NYFW is always fun because it's our home turf, but once we jump the pond and dive into London we can't help but get even more excited. Because compared to London's weather, their fashion is completely the opposite. With designers like Erdem, Ports 1961, Christopher Kane, Rehina Pyo, and more, the designs couldn't be brighter. We saw many NYFW trends travel to the European sphere, like color blocking, crisp blazers, and scarves, but we also saw some new ideas that we think will complement all the trends we've already seen so far.
That being said, scroll along for a free trip down memory lane, as we recap the biggest, most standout trends of London Fashion Week.
Don't worry, no messed up underboob challenges will come out of this fashion trend. Instead, the underboob trend that Gigi Hadid has sported for shoots has received the London Fashion Week treatment. Basically, instead of risking a wardrobe malfunction, this keyhole-like crop in your garments will bring an edge to your ensembles. Plus, if you want to experiment with it now, it will look great while layering fine tops or turtlenecks under it.
Puff, Puff, Pass…On the Puffy Sleeves
Come next spring expect an evolution of statement sleeves. Of course, puffy sleeves are still going to be popular. However, London Fashion Week designers have proven that you can also make a sleeve statement with a puffy one-shoulder top or a larger-than-life sleeve with fringe, or make your non-statement top statement-worthy by tying a scarf over your shoulder à la the NYFW trend you can shop now.
F stands for Fringe
It still stands for friends too. So, make sure this upcoming season you befriend this detail because it's going to be everywhere. From your sleeves and your bags to your tops and dresses, fringe will be having a moment, and we're here for it. Now, let's all collectively practice our shimmies so we can show off our fringe adequately.
Oversized hats had a moment this past summer, and next year hats will still be under the spotlight, and under the sun. Whether it's a hat that matches your outfit, one that color-blocks it, or one to simply wear while strolling around the park, make sure you make space for some hats in your closet because they're going to need it.
With streetwear slowly dying down and being replaced by more tailored garments, London Fashion Week designers are reinventing this beloved clothing item. From pairing your sweatshirts with silky and feathery midi skirts to amping your sweatshirt looks with top-notch layering, sweatshirts will look appropriate for your day and your night shenanigans.
Originally Appeared on Teen Vogue