The second day of London fashion week was far better than the first, it rained for a short while and than the sun decided to cut us all a break and shine a little. It was also better for capturing all the street style, and trust me there was plenty so much so I will have to squeeze in another day 2 street style addition. I'll talk about what I wore above tomorrow, so lets talk more about trends I spotted on the cobbles. I noticed spring green being a big hit, wore with clashing prints and colours green is the new pink in my opinion. As a lot of people have been wearing the pink coat (myself included) I think a green coat will be on my wish list. I liked that there seem to be hints of it all around, as if summer were about to bloom. If your not a massive fan of the colour you could also wear some green accessorise instead, a statement necklace, bag or shoes.
Also layering (again) I always say this but really it's so easy to take what you have and layer it up with a few new pieces, like the shirt wore under a dress. We have seen people layering t-shirts for that 90s effect, but you can't always do this. If you want it in a work situation then layered a shirt is a perfect mini trend to try out. Swap your skirt for a summer dress that would layer nicely over the top. Or you could even try it with a roll neck in black or grey, it's very chic, simply but will refresh your key pieces. I think if London fashion week has shown anyone anything also is have a fun umbrella, I spotted some really cute ones fun and practical. Also to really #StyleItBeIt go for some statement head wear, you could try a woollen hat with a pom pom, rock a turban or a simple beanie with a brooch pined on. I think this is ideal in jazzy up your winter wardrobe (again we like that it also keeps our ears warm) and trying something new.
That's So Yesterday & TK Maxx for LFW