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Street Style Trends One Should Take Away From The 2018 MBFWA!

Street Style Trends One Should Take Away From The 2018 MBFWA!

The Mercedes-Benz Fashion week recently graced Australia and it has given fashionistas some serious fashion goals. But, more than what we saw on the runway, it were the outfits in the courtyard and streets that got us talking. Hence, here we bring you the best street styles from the MBFWA.

Stripes 

Stripes have been around for a long time and after the NBFWA, online fashion boutique stores in Australia are going to be brimming with more strips. From Striped jackets to pants, stripes took over the streets with bloggers and models all flaunting their beautiful stripes.  

Coats and Belts 

Belts can make even a boring coat look fabulous but, this year matching coats and belts came out as a power couple. Women’s clothing trends in Australia have accepted this style with open arms since belts can give an extra glamorous edge to every kind of outfit!

Checks 

This old school favourite is back on the radars as one of the most popular trends this MBFWA. The streets were dotted with checked blazers, pants, and even dresses. Checks will be hitting the shelves of online fashion boutiques soon! 

White Boots 

Black boots are common and a safe choice, but white boots? They can change the entire look and take it from boring to chic! They aren’t as difficult to style as one might think. From denim to bright colors to vibrant prints, white boots have made their way into our favourite winter boot trends! 

Matching co ords 

Matching co ords are a favourite on the streets of New York and Milan and this trend has seeped into women';s clothing trends in Australia, too.  Whether it be a monochromatic two piece, a suit or double denim, matching tops and bottoms were everywhere to be seen. 

Cat eyes 

Do we sound like oldies yet? As all good trends, the 90’s sunglasses were bound to make a dashing come back. Cat eyes in tinted hues of yellow, red and orange gave a nod to futurism and plenty of minimalism.