20 Chic Outfit Ideas From Copenhagen's Coolest Street Style Girls

We sort of guessed that Copenhagen Fashion Week would be an epicentre of Scandi-cool fashion, what with bloggers like Pernille Teisbaek and Trine Kjær being some of the land’s finest natives. And we were right: Denmark’s most stylish ladies have delivered, which is especially impressive given the weather factor (it’s raining a lot in Copenhagen right now), which has seen them battle rain-soaked streets and inside-out umbrellas. But it seems the fashion girls checked the forecast before planning their looks, which on the whole seem weather-appropriate: Think wipe-clean vinyl, oversized outerwear and TONS of checks. Click through the gallery for the best street style looks of Copenhagen so far.

Copenhagen street style January 2018

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Style blogger Pernille Teisbaek’s huge fluffy coat cheered up the damp scenes in Copenhagen.

Copenhagen street style January 2018

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These two ladies brought a much-needed hit of colour to the wet pavements. Note Burberry’s Tartan Laminated Trench, which was keeping Thora Valdimars, fashion director of Costume, nice and dry.

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Blue needn't make us feel blue, as proved by these ladies who layered contrasting shades of the colour.

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Here, a preppy checked raincoat is given a bold spin with some bright red trousers.

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Valdimars wasn’t taking any chances wearing a ankle-length MUF10 trench coat with a crochet bucket bag.

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Sheltering from the rain, this stylish lady expertly stuck to an allover palette of cream.

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Linked arm in arm, Copenhagen’s fashion elite were ready for business (rain or shine).

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We love this green-velvet suit paired with a polka-dot blouse, a patterned neck-tie and Converse.

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We told you checks were big at Copenhagen Fashion Week.

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Sense the theme here? Jeanette Madsen wears a checked MUF10 coat with a pair of wet-look trousers.

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If there’s one thing we know for sure, it’s that you can’t go wrong with a trouser suit and Gucci loafers.

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Monochrome advocate Celine Aagaard struck true to form in a white blazer and black Céline cowboy boots.

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This cardigan-sofa throw-hybrid has hygge written all over it.

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High-waisted tailored trousers seem to be another huge trend this show season, worn here with a matching camel coat and an Acne Studios scarf.

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We love a good mix of streetwear and tailoring. A Thrasher hoodie with fuchsia Anne Vest trousers? Yes, please.

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Veronika Heilbrunner cosies up in a Miu Miu jacket.

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We applaud this take on wet-weather dressing by Emili Sindlev, who rocked a plastic bucket hat.

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This must surely be a hot contender for best Copenhagen street style look? Tine Andrea wears a sheerling-lined coat with Vetements’ iconic highlighter-heel boots and a green bucket bag. Awesome.

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We’re seriously into these By Malene Birger high-waisted trousers.

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You can’t go wrong with a hoodie worn under a huge fur coat and jeans. Snug and chic.