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8 Wearable Fall Trends from London Fashion Week 2017

We can't get enough of florals and statement sleeves this season!
8 Wearable Fall Trends from London Fashion Week 2017
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We can't get enough of florals and statement sleeves this season!

From New York to London, Fall/Winter trends are becoming more wearable even for tropical countries like ours. London echoes some trends we've already seen back in the Big Apple, like pantsuits and checks, but the Brits also brought to the runway some new trends you can totally get into. Check them out below:

1. Florals

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Christopher Kane, Joseph, Simone Rocha

Yes, we've already seen them on the NYFW catwalks, but British designers are giving a new spin to flowers. From real-life looking appliques to toughened-up petals, florals are blossoming like we've never seen before.

2. Art

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Central Saint Martins, Mary Katrantzou, Peter Pilotto

Arts and crafts took the spotlight on the runway as designers showcased different fabrics and embellishments stitched together in colorful artistry. 

3. Molten Metallic

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Central Saint Martins, Christopher Kane, J.W. Anderson

Silver, bronze, gold, and gunmetal provided the perfect color palette for the LFW designers. Nothing beats metallic hues come party season!

4. Monochrome

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Phoebe English, Roksanda, Victoria by Victoria Beckham

Fall comes in unified tones. Monochrome dressing is the new color-blocking technique we need to learn this fall.

5. Pockets

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Joseph, Ports 1961, Simone Rocha

Exaggerated pockets are a big hit on the London runways as they highlight minimalist dressing.

6. Sequins

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Ashish, Erdem, Halpern

If you're not into metallics, surely you cannot resist the number one party attire: sequins!

7. Shirring

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J.W. Anderson, Molly Goddard, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi

Ruched up garments layered on top of each other are now en vogue.

8. Statement sleeves

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Burberry, Marques Almeida, Osman

We're not quite done yet with statement sleeves this season, especially now that the trend is being refreshed with more structure and layers!

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