London Fashion Week may be over but that doesn’t mean we’ve stopped bringing you the hottest high street pieces that are totally FROW worthy. We’ve rounded up our fave fashion week outfits that look ultra high fashion but are secretly 100% high street, ssssh don’t tell anyone! Want to look like part of the fash pack without the price? Just shop the looks below, simples!
First up is Look’s Fashion News Editor, Lucy Wood (above). Working a casual tailored look in muted monochrome, this is the easiest (and comfiest) way to look super chic. Pairing her Mint Velvet biker with classic Topshop jeans, Lucy added a pop of colour with her amazing Kurt Geiger bag and finished the outfit off with bang on trend silver cut-out brogues from Office.
Next up are Look’s Fashion Editor, Chloe and top boss Editor Ali Hall. Shaking it up in a patchwork denim coat, we challenge anyone to guess that it’s actually from ASOS and not hot off the runway. Androgynous and super cool, Chloe’s look is finished with a preppy Warehouse shirt and brogues from Schuh.
Taking this season’s new black and working it like a pro, Ali’s navy mac is a wardrobe must-have. But the real star here is her 70’s inspired brown suede skirt. Worn by FROW fashionistas Alexa Chung and Olivia Palermo, this is the skirt to be seen in and it’s from Marks & Spencer!. A pair of H&M snakeskin heels and a quilted cross-body bag make this a guaranteed street-style win.
Last, but by no means least, is the lovely Gemma Gow, Look’s Deputy Fashion News Editor. Nailing this season’s 70’s trend, Gemma’s floral print Marks & Spencer dress is as pretty as it is versatile. Wear over a rollneck with tights like Gemma for the chilly weather or on its own with gladiator sandals and a floppy hat for Summer festival vibes. A pair of River Island suede boots and a tasseled Vince Camuto bag are the perfect accessories for this groovy look.
By George Driver