Fresh off the London Fashion Week streets
While I did notice a lot of Balenciaga, Chloe, Celine and Gucci on influencers at the shows, the good news is there was plenty of high street too. Great news if like me, the idea of looking at your bank balance brings on a small panic attack.
Obvs, ASOS a major player, and these five items really stood out in both London and New York. Scroll down to shop them…
ASOS Trench Coat in Vinyl
The vinyl coat is one of this season’s must have coats, and I saw it in both black and burgundy on many a street styler. Blogger Hannah Louise wore this ASOS number with a slogan tee and silver Missguided trousers. Go bold or go home, non?
ASOS Twill Boilersuit
Harper’s Bazaar and Town & Country Junior Fashion Editor Florrie Thomas brought pastel tones to the street in this super cute pink boiler suit from ASOS, which she pared with Dior kittens and a Max V.Koenig bag. Hi-lo fashion at its best.
Shop now: ASOS Twill Boilersuit for £48 from ASOS
ASOS Deconstructed Sheer Tulle Prom Skirt
Stylist Chela Mitchell wore this dreamy tulle skirt to New York Fashion Week and instantly got papped. The dream street style outfit.
ASOS Puffer Mini Skirt with Zip Detail
Dj and model Charlotte De Carle basically took inspiration from Budlight for her bright blue LFW outfit (her words, not mine), and the head-to-toe look was pure Insta gold. You can buy the mini skirt on ASOS.
ASOS LOOSE CANNON Ballet Flats
Statement shoes were everywhere at LFW, and while a stiletto sock boot was high on my wish list, I (probably wisely) figured a pointy flat would be less death-defying on the cobbles. I wore these on Day 4 and my feet thanked me.
Now I know these aren’t for the faint-hearted, but the flashiest outfits to tend to be papped more. If they’re not up your street, check out the hashtag #AsSeenOnMe on Instagram for more options.