Pink and purple have been two of the prettiest colours that Instagram and the runway are obsessed with. But when it comes to London Fashion Week street style, there are few who have gone for those saccharine colours, opting to go for primary blue, red and yellow instead. There's also one other hue that's been getting a lot of love—bottle green.
Of course, black and white will remain forever popular and chic, but it's these bold colours that we've seen brightening up the streets outside the shows during LFW. From yellow coats and skirts to boxy red jackets, as well as wardrobe crush Roberta Benteler practically decked out head-to-toe in green, there are plenty of standout looks you'll want to copy.
While colour choices remain decidedly ungirly, there are still plenty of ruffles on dresses and shirts to satiate your prettier fashion desires. Of course, there were plenty of other outfits too, but to avoid spoilers, we suggest you keep scrolling to see our gallery of the best London Fashion Week street style pictures so far.
Style Notes: Black and white are never not chic. Shout out to OP for also opting for a pair of sensible flat shoes.
Style Notes: We have it on good authority that vinyl coats are everywhere at London Fashion Week.
Style Notes: Oversize denim jackets will be perfect for the summer.
Style Notes: The green-and-yellow dress is perfectly offset by the gold boots and the metallic green bomber.
Style Notes: The stripe trend is still going strong.
Style Notes: Yes, we need a baseball cap in our lives, stat.
Style Notes: Don't want to go for a full-on yellow look? Try a top with a pop of the colour and stitching on your bag to pull it all together.
Style Notes: Athleisure proves it's still got legs at LFW.
Style Notes: Got a pretty dress you want to toughen up? Wear over jeans, of course.
Style Notes: Ah, the vinyl trousers. Time to invest in a pair, no?
Stye Notes: A pop of red in this printed creation from Ellery, as seen on Pandora Sykes.
Style Notes: Blue on blue for Linda Tol. Break up a colour-block outfit with a brown bag and silver boots.
Style Notes: Sure, your eyes are drawn to the red jacket but the thing that really makes this outfit work? The white shoes, bag and sunglasses.
Style Notes: Behold, another lover of the white shoe, Camille Charrière.
Style Notes: See what we mean about the yellow jacket? Also, bonus points for the striped corset top over the white shirt.
Style Notes: On paper, a yellow velvet skirt shouldn't work, but it totally does. Play it down by tucking in a slogan tee and wearing a denim jacket over the top.
Style Notes: Stirrup leggings are still the stretchy pants du jour of the street style star.
Style Notes: Looking for a classic combo? A floral dress and leather jacket always work.
Style Notes: When you're struggling to decide which jacket to wear, if in doubt, just look to your dad's wardrobe for inspiration.
Style Notes: The heavy boot trend is having a serious moment.
Style Notes: Another knockout dress from Kate Foley paired with classic black Vans.
Style Notes: Agyness Deyn does layering with aplomb wearing a creation by Molly Goddard.
Style Notes: Never underestimate how chic a black top layered over a striped shirt can look.
Style Notes: That Gucci logo tee isn't going away any time soon.
Style Notes: Pairing a high-neck shirt and vinyl trousers is always a good idea.
Style Notes: How to ensure that your outfit looks LFW-ready? Add a pair of sunnies.
Style Notes: Stylist Kate Foley proves to us just why we always look to her for new outfit inspo in this red skirt and white top combo.
Style Notes: From the striped faux-fur jacket to embroidery, these style mavens prove that the statement coat trend is here to stay.
Style Notes: An easy way to do embroidery? Match the colour with your Gucci shoes to pull the whole look together.
Style Notes: Yellow trousers might just be our new jam, and when paired with that coat, we think we've found ourselves a new look for transitional dressing.