The most fashionable street style looks this winter

February is not the easiest month for fashionistas. There is zero inspiration, and it is too difficult to refuse your favorite warm down jacket. We’ve decided to boost your morale by looking at the latest street style chronicles and selecting eight cool looks to spice up your wardrobe at the end of winter.

Leggings +

Combining Chanel status pieces with unobvious simple clothes, Courtney Trope is not joking at all. She came to the couture show of the House in Paris in January in warm leggings, thanks to which her tweed, like a vintage, jacket “sounded” fresh and unusual.

Courtney Troop at Paris Haute Couture Week, January 2020

© Edward Berthelot

Eye-catching gold earrings

If you need to put together a cool look in ten minutes, a pair of sculpted gold earrings is your best bet. They are able to instantly transform even a very simple kit. It remains only to get the very coveted shirt with a sharp collar.

Copenhagen Fashion Week, January 2020

© © The Locals / Søren Jepsen

Quilted outerwear in pastel shades

Who would have thought that this season we will fall in love with quilted jackets. Fashion editor Alyssa Coscarelli at Copenhagen Fashion Week became the main promoter of the trend. Refresh your classic preppy jacket with a neat shoulder bag like the Loewe Gate.

Alyssa Coscarelli at Copenhagen Fashion Week, January 2020

© Christian Vierig

Beige suits

Is it worth trying to suppress the urge to dress entirely in beige? The answer is still no. A caramel-colored suit is what will keep your style in good shape throughout February. Wear it on your naked body, or add a retro feel to your look by wearing a top in an original colorway under your jacket. Take a break from monochrome, which was so fond of in 2019.

Copenhagen Fashion Week, January 2020

© Christian Vierig

Multilayer leather

Learn how to dress in cold weather from the Scandinavians. Layering is now applicable not only to fine vintage jewelry, but also to vintage leather. A military-style leather shirt, blazers from the 1990s and everyone’s favorite chunky-soled boots are the holy trinity in every fashion wardrobe of the new decade.

Copenhagen Fashion Week, January 2020

© Christian Vierig

White from head to toe

Pernil Teisbek’s wardrobe from Denmark is an endless source of inspiration. This white blazer, which the fashionista has worn more than once with a milk turtleneck and jeans, is a great example of skillful handling of hypertrophied proportions. Sharp shoulders of impressive size, pendant earrings, and all this in the daytime, not evening, is a great idea.

Pernil Teisbeck at Paris Haute Couture Week, January 2020

© Edward Berthelot

Mixing prints

Scandinavian fashionista Emily Sindlev remembers that this spring will be in vogue everything related to the 1970s, and wears a trench coat. Pay attention to the combination of a geometric print with an exotic snake print, as well as the absence of sneakers in the image. This winter, the latter are better off choosing a pair of Amina Muaddi shoes.

Emily Sindlev at Copenhagen Fashion Week, January 2020

© Jeremy Moeller

Beige coat

Remember how a beige coat was considered boring? Well, those days are over. The most simple coat with one row of buttons will make whatever you wear underneath fashionable. This even applies to pajamas and gym uniforms.

Copenhagen Fashion Week, January 2020

© © The Locals / Søren Jepsen


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