I Went Street Style–Spotting in London, and These 16 Outfits Wowed Me

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After spending the first few months of 2021 in the U.K. lockdown, house-bound with very little reason to dress up, I'd forgive you for thinking you never wanted to see a pair of leggings again. And if so, you're not alone.

As we slowly emerge from our collective hibernation and restrictions begin to ease across the country, there seems to be a renewed sense of enthusiasm that comes with getting dressed. Whether it be popping out for a quick coffee with a friend or venturing to your local park, Brits are finding reasons to dress up.

Proving exactly this sentiment, last month, photographer Michaela Efford and I ventured to East London's Broadway Market (a hot spot for fashion lovers, if you don't already know that) in search of some stylish individuals to photograph. On our way, we serendipitously came across familiar influencers, models-off-duty, fashion designers, and other creatives, all of whom were strolling through their local shopping strip with style to boot.

From vintage leather jackets to spring-ready floral dresses and Converse high-tops by the dozen, keep scrolling to see what women are really wearing in London right now.

Urban Outfitters Upcycled Pieced Denim Chore Jacket ($89)

Joe's The Belted Wide Leg Jeans ($208)

Fleur Du Mal Plaid Check Oversized Jacket ($164)

Minkpink Delphine Midi Dress ($119)

Treasure & Bond Gauzy Cotton Tunic Blouse ($69)

Munthe Target Jacket ($256)

BB Dakota Peppin Vegan Leather Drapey Jacket ($87)

Adidas by Stella Mccartney Bomber Jacket ($230)

English Factory Gingham Print Midi Dress ($110)

Hidden Jeans Crop Corduroy Jacket ($88)

BDG High-Waisted Baggy Jean in Destroyed Medium Wash ($69)

BP 58mm Super Cat Eye Sunglasses ($10)

Mango Long Flowy Trench ($120)

Barbeline Jardin De Fleur Silk Crepe de Chine Shirt in Multi ($212)

Anine Bing Robyn Blazer ($399)

Liverpool Los Angeles Stripe Fitted Ponte Blazer ($109)

H&M Oversized Suede Jacket ($149)

Next up, 33 billowy white blouses inspired by Thackery Binx (duh).

This post originally appeared on Who What Wear UK.

This article originally appeared on Who What Wear

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