These Street Style Trends Were Everywhere At Sydney Fashion Week

These Street Style Trends Were Everywhere at Sydney Fashion Week

Trench Coats

If it wasn’t already a wardrobe essential it should be now. From cream and khaki to classic black, this outerwear piece dominated the streets of fashion week. 

Our favourite way to style this staple is by pairing the Aya Knit Dress in Black from Hyde & Stone with the Madden Coat in Milk by Anna Quan. Accessorise with the Minimal Woven Tote Bag from St. Agni and the Classic Hoops 015 in Silver from Released From Love. Add a pair of sunglasses for a chic and polished look.

The Trench Coat

Wool Coats

Seen on Vogue Editor Christine Centenera and fashion week attendees alike, the wool coat was worn buttoned up with what’s underneath up to your imagination. Paired with a contrast heel boot in black or white this look is an elegant way to wear a coat without feeling like it’s just another layer. 

Our favourite way to recreate this look is with the beautiful Pernille Coat from Hyde & Stone and the Soma Boot from A.Emery. Elevate your look by embracing the silver artful jewellery trend with the Classic Link Earrings 003 from Released from Love.

Wool Coats

The Matching Tailored Suit

Tailoring is here to stay, and rightly so. Whether it was in chocolate brown, butter yellow or shade of the season grey - the suit could be seen everywhere. It’s the perfect outfit for day-to-night dressing, just swap out your footwear and accessories.

Recreate the look with the Shawl Collar Blazer and Overlap Trouser from St. Agni. Complete your look with accessories that have silver hardware. We love the Classic Hoops 015 from Released From Love and the Mini Satchel in Silver from Rylan.

The Matching Trouser

Wide Leg Denim

Millennials don’t fear, skinny jeans were nowhere to be seen. Instead, wide leg denim was in full force. From loose, straight leg silhouettes to the classic boot cut worn with a pointed boot or a ballet flat. We predict this jean trend will be around for seasons to come.

Reinterpret the trend with the SLVRLAKE Mica Low Rise Wide Leg Jean in White and pair back with the Pinstripe Oversized Blazer by St. Agni. Elevate your look with the Grace Boot from A.Emery, a classic chelsea boot style, and accessorise with the Minimal Woven Tote Bag from St. Agni and Sofie Ring from Lie Studio.

Wide Leg Denim

Black & Creamy Whites

We’re big fans of monochrome dressing here (In fact we’ve even written a blog post on Why Black and White Should Form The Building Blocks Of Your Wardrobe) so it’s no surprise we were drawn to this style trend. Seen across outerwear, tops and bottoms the monochrome look this season is all about toned down whites in creamy shades paired back with black (often in a washed rinse).

Recreate the look with the Hubert Pant in Milk from Anna Quan and the Sabrina Jacket from Harris Tapper. Accessorise with brass accents in the form of the Elly Bracelet from Lie Studio and the Mini Satchel in Brass from Rylan.

Black and Creamy Whites

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