11 Pictures That Prove Scandis Don't Dress How We Think They Do

When we hear the words Scandi style, most of us would automatically picture a minimal, monochrome uniform. However, Stockholm Fashion Week this week proved that Scandis don't dress like we think they do. The one thing that almost all the street style looks had in common over in Stockholm was, perhaps surprisingly, colour. From Tine Andrea's turquoise earrings to Emili Sindlev's yellow jumper, there wasn't one monochrome ensemble to be seen. Instead, the Stockholm street style scene was all about bold red handbags, colourful earrings and unexpected colour clashes such as lilac with red and mint green with pink. Scroll below to see our 11 favourite looks we spied at Stockholm Fashion Week.

Stockholm Fashion Week 2017: Tine Andrea

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Style Notes: We are so going to copy this styling move—looping a ribbon around the waist of a double-breasted jacket. 

Stockholm Fashion Week 2017: polka dot

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Style Notes: Emili Sindlev is the master of the unlikely polka-dot mix, and here she pairs her '80s-tastic pussy-bow blouse with a pair of beaded metallic trousers and Hermès Oran sandals. On paper this doesn't work, but we're actually into it.

Stockholm Fashion Week 2017: Layering ideas

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Style Notes: And here we have a lesson in unlikely layering. This showgoer wears a silky slip dress over a chunky knit.

Stockholm Fashion Week 2017: Emili Sindlev

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Style Notes: When it comes to jeans, we love Emili Sindlev's high-waisted, wide-leg jeans with oversized pockets.

Stockholm Fashion Week 2017: Green and pink

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Style Notes: Unexpected colour clashes were all over Stockholm Fashion Week, and we love these two minty greens paired with fuchsia. 

Stockholm Fashion Week 2017: Purple and red

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Style Notes: We told you Stockholm was all about new colour combos, and we love lilac with bright red.

Stockholm Fashion Week 2017: Jeanette Madsen

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Style Notes: Jeanette Madsen proves that Scandis aren't just into monochrome, layering a lime-green printed dress over black flares.

Stockholm Fashion Week 2017: Emili Sindlev

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Style Notes: The cool Scandi crowd is seriously into "ugly" trainers right now, especially paired with sporty socks. 

Stockholm Fashion Week 2017: Emili Sindlev

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Style Notes: Ugly trainers and red handbags are Scandi essentials this season.

Stockholm Fashion Week 2017: red boots

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Style Notes: Red boots, red bag and red earrings—this look ticks off the biggest accessory trend.

Stockholm Fashion Week 2017: Emili Sindlev

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Style Notes: Check blazers and raw-hem jeans have become the uniform of 2017, but Emili spices this up with a pair of gem-embellished yellow heels.

Next up, see our guide to the biggest trends this autumn/winter 2017.

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