Fashion month always has one dangerous side effect—it makes us want to shop. And we're not just talking about the clothes on the runway, as the street style set is usually the group that determines whether items will become cult pieces or not. Following fashion month in February, there are a number of items that emerged as new hero buys for spring. There's Staud's new It bag and the yellow midi dress that we've seen again and again. But there are also some high-street winners too, including a Gap coat, an H&M suit and a pair of Nike trainers. Keep scrolling through the gallery below for this season's ultimate street style shopping list.
Style Notes: At fashion week you now see more trainers than stilettos, and we love Lucy Williams' mushroom-hued Air Max 95s.
Style Notes: The J.W.Anderson Disc bag is one of the key bags of the season.
Style Notes: Jessie Bush proves you don't need to spend a fortune on denim with her £40 straight-leg Topshop jeans.
Style Notes: Alexa Chung wore her Simone Rocha pearl hair clips nonstop during fashion week.
Style Notes: Who What Wear's editor in chief, Kat Collings, paired Rixo's floral-printed skirt with a matching red jumper.
Style Notes: Lisa Aiken carried Chloé's new It bag—the Drew Bijou bag.
Style Notes: We spotted Roberta Benteler's brown velvet Chloé trousers several times in London.
Style Notes: The Wandler Hortensia bag has been one of the most snapped accessories this season.
Style Notes: You might not think you'd be able to find a coat like this at Gap, but think again.
Style Notes: Alyssa Coscarelli's suit might look like it'd cost a lot, but it's actually under £100 from H&M.
Style Notes: The Staud Bissett bag always looks chic.
Style Notes: Jeanette Madsen's yellow statement earrings might look expensive, but they are actually only £13 from Zara.
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