The Street Style Trends You Need to Wear Now

The Street Style Trends You Need to Wear Now

With trends coming and going it can be fairly hard to keep track on what is going on. What’s on trend? What isn’t? With fashion moving at breakneck speed, it can be quite hard to keep up with absolutely everything that’s happening.

But through it all, street style remains the relatable, less-frightening constant. Here are some street style trends that you can try right now, just in time to refresh your spring wardrobe.

Vinyl Everything

Vinyl fabric was the one to wear if you wanted to be snapped by a street style photographer left, right and centre.

From vinyl trousers, coats and accessories, this is the thing to wear if you want to stand out just a little amongst your friends, colleagues and even people on the streets.

Dress Layering

This is going to sound a little strange, but we’ve been seeing it in London non-stop during London Fashion Week.  Layering dresses over regular T-shirts and jeans seems to be the new and cool way forward when it comes to how to layer.

If you don’t believe us just have a little look at these photos to convince yourself otherwise.

Striped Shirts

Everywhere you look you can see an oversized striped shirt being worn somewhere, and with good reason: this versatile look can carry you through from morning to night in effortless style.

Baseball Caps

It seems that baseball caps have just absolutely taken over in the world of fashion this year. With their ease and casual nature, it’s hard to see why not.

Baseball caps have taken over everything in LFW Street Style and we couldn’t be happier about it.


Gingham prints were everywhere to be seen, with bold monochromatic colour schemes and simple natural versions aplenty. Gingham is going to be all the rage this year.

Straw Bags

Another odd trend to be taking in while it’s still chilly out, but why not get in on the springtime dressing early? It’s nice to switch up from your regular bags and note this, too: it’s perfect for a picnic.

Photo Source: Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Jonathan Daniel Pyrce

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