Welcome back to the Catwalk Club Blog!
Today we are going to share some of our favourite street style looks from Fashion Month. The styles from this season were a delicate mix of edgy and chic – with lots of matching sets, sleek leather and feminine details. It’s certainly been an inspiring season with plenty of new trends to try out.
The Power Suit by Belle & Bunty
The power-suit is back again and we are hoping it stays for good; whether you want to try the ’80s-inspired check blazer or opt for a mini skirt suit, there’s a style for everyone. For PFW Fashion Designers Alice and Hannah paired their Palones checked two-piece suit ensemble with a YSL and Chloe Bag from Catwalk Club.
Of course keeping in check (no pun intended) with their coordinating styles, Alice opted for the wrap midi skirt paired with the gold Chloe Faye Bracelet bag, accentuating the muted gold tones from the skirt. Hannah took on the beautifully constructed suit, styling it with the YSL Sulpice Shoulder bag, keeping it neutral again whilst rocking the chain-effect trend with a chic chain belt. #CatwalkClubStyle ✓
Bianca Derhy Embraces Elegance
The first outfit Bianca opted for to kickstart the fashion month was the minimalistic puff sleeve Carla dress from Rejina Pyo, paired with our oh-so popular burgundy Dior Book Tote – ticking off two trends in one outfit. Minimalist outfits and an oversized tote will be everywhere this season!
Bianca again, styling our Saint Laurent Classic Sac de Jour (beige) with an & Other Stories midi tie-dye dress. By opting for a neutral bag which ticks off this seasons minimalist bag trend, you are able to remain stylish whilst being creative and bold with the rest of your outfit – it’s all about balance.
The Swinging 60s with Freddy
Next, we have an iconic 60s look from fashion influencer Freddy Cousin-brown. With the neutral fashion palette and 60’s prints heavily trending this autumn, Freddy opted for an abstract avant-garde roll neck from the Richard Allan x HM collection, a mini skirt and white knee high boots, finished with our Beige Chanel Flap bag.
“While these colours fit with the current fashion palette, they also resonate from the sixties.” – Cate Allan
Fashion note: Towards the end of the 60s. brown and orange became increasingly popular as a statement against the bolder colours of the earlier years.
Styling a feminine all-white look with our beige Chanel Flap bag, Freddy shows off the versatility of a classic Chanel whilst keeping in-check with the current trends and her personal style.
Travel in Style with Josie
If you’re looking for trendy but classic style ideas, then Josie, otherwise known as Fashion Mumblr will be your go-to for endless outfit inspiration. This fashion month, Josie created a collection of looks that were not only in-line with her personal style but also effortlessly showcased the current trends of the season; from pressed-rose hues and puff-sleeves, to handheld structured bags.
A favourite of ours was the gorgeous Zimmermann plunge floral dress, paired with Valentino Rockstud sandals and gold Chanel Coco Handle Flap Bag. We adore how the flowing silhouette and classic accessories created the perfect mix between femininity and timelessness.
The 50s Updated by Anna Syren
Last but not least, Anna Syren beautifully styling our new Burgundy Chanel Flap bag with her Nisse Gusten pleated skirt to kick-start the Fashion Month. Paring a 50s silhouette and a plain white tee with a classic Chanel Flap creates the perfect balance between feminine and chic.
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