4 Things Street Style Taught Me | LFW

ph. by Tommy Ton for style.com

After a frozen tundra met fashion, or mainly known as New York Fashion Week, next on the list is London. I never like to play favorites, but I've always been fond of LFW- let's face it, those brits now how to dress and the shows? Always different and unique, a concept the industry often lacks of.

Yet, some of the magic happens of the runway. Once again, round two of street style school.

From the archives...

past street style lessons

1: Weather permitting, skip the jacket. A borrowed from the boys sweater and thick scarf work double time in your wardrobe when you're just not feeling a jacket. 

2: Forget normcore, playful is cool again. Quirky embellishments take a basic navy top coat to another level. 

3: A personal favorite of mine from on the blog a few weeks ago. The 70s show is still going strong with suede, and this season's best detail... lace-up. 

4: Lastly, remember two key things displayed by Camille and Pernille. Smile once in a while. And the rain stops for no one. No one.