50 Street Style Snaps of the Most Colourful Outfits at London Fashion Week

We'll admit it: London can be a bit grey. When the weather is bleak and dismal and a little drizzly, all we want to do is wear outfits that represent the scene—basically mostly blacks and whites. But this London Fashion Week, we're experiencing the first flushes of spring, and with that has come a host of fun and vibrant colourful street style outfits. While not everyone is decked out from head to toe in bold bright hues, we've spotted flashes of red, pink and blue on bags or on T-shirts poking out the top of oversized coats (it is still winter after all). So to make your wardrobe happy this season, look no further than these 50 street style looks from LFW.

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Style Notes: This is such a delightful outfit. Not only is it packed with colour, but the blue and dirty orange hues complement each other brilliantly.

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Style Notes: Into your checked coat but want to liven it up? Add splashes of colour with a bold bag, such as this one from Mulberry's latest collection.

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Style Notes: A red dress will never go out of style.

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Style Notes: Pink coat? Sure. Why not?

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Style Notes: Another pink coat, but this time it's in vinyl.

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Style Notes: Purple on purple on purple is a smart move. Why? Because it's the colour of 2018.

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Style Notes: If you're not into bright colours, just add touches with a khaki or a red stripe running through your checked coat.

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Style Notes: Pernille's blue top is a way to invest in being colourful in a subtle way.

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Style Notes: Susie Lau shows us how to do burgundy and florals together.

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Style Notes: Sometimes all you need is a red bag.

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Style Notes: Chic purples and browns for Veronika Heilbrunner.

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Style Notes: Sneakers and jeans look great with a bold coat.

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Style Notes: Another bag that adds the finishing touches.

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Style Notes: Allover pastels looks super chic for this coming season.

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Style Notes: A splash of yellow with a grey coat is incredibly sophisticated.

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Style Notes: Lucy Williams got the memo about the Staud bag and the rainbow jumper.

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Style Notes: Checks don't have to be beige—you can get them in red too.

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Style Notes: Dressing like ice cream is definitely now a thing. And we're into it.

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Style Notes: Pernille is clearly into the checked coat trend too.

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Style Notes: A flash of blue and plastic covering on your shoes is all you need to take a classic trench from 0 to 100.

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Style Notes: Elegant dressing doesn't come much easier than this. Just match your shoes with your bag.

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Style Notes: Bold colour choices can be cool—even with checks.

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Style Notes: Doina makes the case for wearing green and brown together.

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Style Notes: Neutrals are made more exciting by wearing a dress over trousers.

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Style Notes: See the hint of hot pink poking out over the top of this neutral outfit?

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Style Notes: Nope, we're still not bored of leopard print.

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Style Notes: So many colours going on here, but we love it.

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Style Notes: Make an outfit suddenly exciting by adding hot pink heels.

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Style Notes: A fun yellow bag and star-patterned heels give this look a great twist.

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Style Notes: Not into colour? That's okay—just remember to switch over to lighter neutrals for S/S 18 so you can avoid that goth look.

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Style Notes: All-blue doesn't have to be boring. Mix it up with different shades.

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Style Notes: Polka dots, burgundy and checks—oh, my.

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Style Notes: Those Miu Miu trainers, though.

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Style Notes: Add colour with a flash of red in your sunglasses.

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Style Notes: Hot pink sneakers are a must for giving any outfit an injection of fun.

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Style Notes: Pink and red are always a good idea.

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Style Notes: A blue jacket with jeans plus white shoes is your perfect Sunday brunching outfit.

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Style Notes: Who What Wear Editor in Chief Kat Collings shows us how to mix up prints.

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Style Notes: Lisa Aiken proves once again why we're constantly after her wardrobe.

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Style Notes: So much pattern to love here.

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Style Notes: How to make brown fun: Just add blue.

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Style Notes: Another stellar outfit from Pernille (especially that Loewe bag).

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Style Notes: An oversized trench is always chic, plus our favourite Aeyde Liam Ankle Boots.

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Style Notes: Zebra print and red can go together.

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Style Notes: More love for the checked coat.

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Style Notes: More pink boots to swoon over.

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Style Notes: Danse Lente bags have been everywhere this LFW.

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Style Notes: A yellow coat will always make any outfit sing.

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Style Notes: Purple and yellow is one of our new favourite colour combos.

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Style Notes: Mint green and orange are also still a great colour combo. Just add white to make it fresh.