29 Cold-Weather Outfit Ideas From Stockholm's Coolest Street Style Girls

A heartfelt thank you goes out to all of those fashionable women who attended Stockholm Fashion Week: In -6º they still looked awesome in bright colours, fuzzy coats and clever layers. Szymon Brzóska of The Style Stalker pounded the chilly pavements in order to bring Who What Wear readers the IRL take on what Scandi and international fashion editors, buyers, bloggers and models are wearing—and there are more outfits we'd like to copy and paste than there are probably days in the year. But endeavour we shall—because these are too good to miss, especially when it's so cold in the UK right now. Go through the gallery to see (and pin) the best street style looks from Stockholm.

This unexpected combination of blue, turquoise and orange just works.

Who What Wear U.S. news editor Erin Fitzpatrick got the blue memo—her striped coat and clashy Bulgari bag is a stunning combination to behold.

The Scandis love a bit of fluff, and we've spotted furry coats in a multitude of colours. I'd recommend checking out London-based faux fur brand, Jakke, for equally fun versions.

Green shoes have been popular ever since Balenciaga's knife mules came into play.

Okay, we just had to show you another angle for these outfits.

Camel coats don't have to be boring classic coats. 

Every girl has her favourite way to wear baggy trousers—these days you can choose between heels and sneaks.

A classic off-duty model look, topped with a baker-boy hat to look of-the-moment.

It's partly your school uniform, party your dad's work attire—and it's a whole lot of cool.

Punk lives across the globe, only in Stockholm, it's a little more polished and neat.

A new way to wear a winter scarf? Always interested in that.

These net bags only cost a couple of pounds, and fashion girls are snapping them up on Amazon.

If there's one thing we know for sure about 2018, the bumbag is going to rule the roost.

Statement tights are playing a big part in Scandi fashion right now—especially when worn with trainers.

A quadruple-whammy of style, it would appear that the Burberry check craze has reached Scandi shores.

Who doesn't love a gigantic camel coat?

Patent vinyl trenches keep selling like crazy, but this is the first time we've thought to wear one with white jeans. We like.

Grey suiting definitely isn't corporate-looking in this getup. The gingham waist-belt and oversized proportions are truly interesting.

When there's no other method for keeping warm, may we suggest this clever skirt, tailored trousers, fishnet socks and sneakers method?

What did we tell you about tights and sneakers? (Also, double-Gucci always catches our eye).

Wear your beanie high to miraculously look three inches taller. This girl proves the look is too cool for school. 

Baby blue and jet-black are the perfect meeting point between winter and spring—throw in some varied textures and you're en route to street style stardom.

Our favourite Scandi girl, Emilie Sindlev, showing the world how casual is done—and tapping into a growing trend for orange sneakers.

When in doubt in 2018, simply wear checks (and white shoes never go amiss).

Scandi girls will wear sneakers with anything—even the most glamorous of furry coats.

Can't work out how to tame that giant winter coat? Find an even bigger belt and cinch it in, stat.

The old rules of wearing monochrome still apply: Texture, mixed fabrics and a combination of sporty and smart always works a charm.

Paddington Bear scarves are trending, and the best ones come from Burberry (of course).