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Our Favorite Looks From The Streets Of London Fashion Week

Never underestimate the power of a good statement coat

London Fashion Week came to a close yesterday, signaling that we’re now halfway through Fashion Month. If there’s one thing we noticed, it’s that London’s most fashionable attendees took their coat games seriously. Shiny patents, structural masterpieces, and plenty of menswear inspiration were seen everywhere.

Neutrals reigned supreme, with a pop of color—sometimes subtle, sometimes not so much—always present to tie the look together. Gray check prints were paired with none other than 2018’s color of the year, ultra violet, while khaki trench coats were accented with bright red accessories. Overall, it was the perfect execution of balance between statement-making color and ever-so-chic neutral wardrobe staples.

Below, check out some of the most sartorially pleasing looks we saw on the streets of the London shows. Next up? Milan!

How to combat the rain? An '80s-style patent moto jacket, of course.

"Pierced" handbags and roughed-up jeans toughen up these white stiletto boots.

Our current favorite trend, grandpa sneakers, in action.

Color blocked wool and a big cozy turtleneck are your perfect companions for a chilly London day.

Two pops of the same bright shade tie together an otherwise neutral-heavy look.

Susie Bubble gives us a lesson in mixing pastels.

Now, this is what you call a statement coat.

This red coat is giving. Us. Life.

So is this sneaky, subtle pop.

Olivia Palermo's Valentino hoodie dress is both fashionable and functional (and looks SO cozy).

So many statement accents, so little time.

This is how you pull off a slouchy boot-slouchy trouser combo.

We're happy to see that the boxy menswear-inspired suiting trend is still going strong.

We're here for these pretty pops of neon orange.

You can never go wrong with ankle-length leopard.

Excuse us while we swoon over this cute 'lil mini bag

Give a prim and proper jacket a more laidback vibe by pairing with frayed denim.