Tell Your Friends: These Were the Biggest Street Style Trends at Fashion Week

As Fashion Week Australia closes for another year, it's time to drill down on the micro trends we spotted on the street. To help, we reached out to an expert. Someone who really got up close to the best style of the week—street style photographer Sandra Semburg, who was on site snapping for Vogue Paris.

Post-fashion week, we quizzed Semburg on the biggest trends she spotted while shooting street style in Australia. "Romance—ribbons, ruffles, bows, and soft fabrics were spotted everywhere, from the runway to the street. The monochrome trend continues to be big. Black and white, clean lines, oversized white shirts with long sleeves as worn by Eleanor Pendleton.

"I spotted a lot of shirting, all paired with flared trousers or short skirts and often ankle boots with high heels. In full contrast to the many minimal looks, I also spotted a lot of fun colours, and fabric mix and matches. And finally, earthy neutrals were everywhere. Beautiful beige and brown tones were worn head to toe."

Keep scrolling to peep the biggest street style trends from fashion week.

ROMANCE

Photo:

Sandra Semburg for Vogue.fr

Pictured: Zanita Whittington

 

Photo:

Sandra Semburg for Vogue.fr

Pictured: Chloe Hill

monochrome

Photo:

Sandra Semburg for Vogue.fr

Pictured: Eleanor Pendleton

 

 

 

colour

Photo:

Sandra Semburg for Vogue.fr

Pictured: Yan Yan Chan and Beck Wadworth

 

Photo:

Sandra Semburg for Vogue.fr

Pictured: Yan Yan Chan

earthy neutrals

Photo:

Sandra Semburg for Vogue.fr

Pictured: Claudia Jukic

 

Photo:

Sandra Semburg for Vogue.fr

Pictured: Emma Kalfus

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