One common side effect of looking at all the street style pictures from fashion month is that by the end of your scrolling sesh, you'll want at least one trouser suit. Suits have shaken off their corporate reputation, thanks to new relaxed silhouettes and fabrics that go way beyond the standard law firm–friendly navies, greys or blacks. Think sugary pinks and baby blues, not forgetting, of course, the colour of the season: red. But if you do want to wear navies, greys or blacks, there are tricks to ensure these look relaxed, rather than formal, too. It's a super-easy outfit that requires little additional styling, making it unsurprising that it's become a street style secret (okay, not so secret) weapon. Scroll below to see how to wear a trouser suit this season and shop our edit of the best suits around right now.
Style Notes: Opt for a suit with cropped trousers, like this option from H&M, and then pair it with pointed mules. To keep the look clean, leave everything else super simple.
Style Notes: When it comes to pastels, you can also mix up colours à la Jeanette Madsen.
Style Notes: Lisa Aiken paired her double-breasted suit with a white Boyy bag, white mules and a white T-shirt. Sorry, Lisa, but we'll be copying this immediately.
Style Notes: One of the chicest ways to wear a suit is to stick to one colour scheme from head to toe.
Style Notes: One easy way to make your suit look less corporate is to pair it with chunky white trainers.
Style Notes: Suit don't just look great with simple white pumps—they work with chunky dad trainers too, like Aimee Song proved.
Style Notes: Lucy Williams dressed down her Bash Paris checked suit with a white T-shirt and Ganni cowboy boots.
Style Notes: For a more retro feel, opt for a '70s fit with a dropped jacket and wide-leg flares. María Bernad once again shows that there are no colour rules when it comes to suiting.