10 Style Blogger Outfits That Will Look Chic Forever

In a sea of outlandish, attention-grabbing, über-eclectic S/S 16 outfits, it's logical to say that to really make your mark it's a good idea to dial things down. Completely down. For all the wild ensembles available on the FROW and beyond, it's these 10 girls who have stood out over the past week for their unflappable coolness and classic styling—we're talking about more advanced neutrals and sartorial pillars than the anti-fashion normcore movement that boomed last year. But there's still something refreshingly simple that you can take away from these style bloggers. 

Scroll down to see how less can be more, and shop the items that sum up the subtle look…

On Maja Myh: Apropos blazer; Céline trousers.

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On Gala Gonzalez: Calvin Klein Collection jacket, bag and boots.

On Lucy WilliamsTopshop Boutique Suede Harrington Jacket (£195); Topshop Pearlised Stripe Top (£26), Moto Mid-Blue Mom Jeans (£40) and Hamptons Flared Heel Boots (£89); Future Glory Rockwell Mini Bag in Noir (£212).

On Charlotte Groeneveld: Acne More Shearling Jacket (£2000) available in Dark Blue; Reiss roll-neck; Wishbone skirt; Céline boots.

On Zina Charkoplia: Made by Measure coat; Gestuz jacket and trousers; Furla Artesia Multicolour Leather Tote (£435); KG Kurt Geiger Lulu Satin Flatform Skate Shoes (£120).

On Sandra Hagelstam: Pinko Long Coat (£365), jacket and shirt; Céline trousers; Louis Vuitton bag; Loewe sunglasses.

On Pernille Teisbaek: Loewe jumpsuit; H&M roll-neck; Ganni Waist Belt (£90); Chanel bag; Loewe boots.

On Rosie Fortescue: Mint Velvet Camel Shearling Coat (£199/£149); Paige jeans; Helmer Jo Jo Bag Cobra (£560/£392); Guess boots.

Still thirsty for more style? Check out these 50 ace looks from the streets of fashion week.