We love pink, and we also adore snakeskin – but we never realised how good the two looked together until fashion influencer Patricia Manfield wore this pink python embossed faux leather skirt suit at LFW this year.
The combination of nude (think beige, sand or caramel) and white forms the pinnacle of understated chic. Street style darling Yoyo Cao wore a beige pinstriped shirt with a pair of white denim flares, and kept her accessories in the same neutral hues.
Denim shorts may come across as overly casual, so we’d recommend replacing them with a pair of bermudas for a more refined look. One half of the hilarious yet informative podcast Fashion No Filter, Monica de La Villardiere looks sharp and stunning in a pair of smart bermudas by Vince.
Pink and red may sound like a fashion faux pas, but we beg to differ. Fashion blogger Susie Lau obviously agrees, pairing a pink Simone Rocha dress with a crimson crop top and a pair of vermillion espadrille platforms.
With its minimalistic looks and timeless appeal, creative director Daniel Lee’s version of Bottega Veneta has been a hit with fashion insiders. Whether it is the mini Pouch bag that Erika Boldrin carried during LFW (pictured here) or the quilted leather mules worn by other style icons like Loulou De Saison, the Italian label’s shoes and bags are definite must-haves this season.
Street style may be known for its OTT outfits, but a wardrobe of classics will always be on trend. German fashion influencer Leonie Hanne knows this well as she showed up at the Victoria Beckham show in a soft, billowy blouse and sharp pants. For that wow factor, complete the look with footwear in a bold hue.
Here’s a less tacky way to do matchy-matchy with your girlfriend: Colour coordinate your outfits. Olivia and Alice (founders of fashion label Amelia Jane London) went with a palette of brown and white with splashes of green.