LKISStyle: On Virgin Radio, Trend-spotting Four Must-Have Looks in London, England

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Today on Virgin Radio Montreal I sum up my fashion adventures last weekend in London! I spotted 4 major trends on the british streets. Read all about it on Virgin Radio…

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This past weekend I was in England.

Sounds crazy I know, but I hopped on a flight to the UK for five short days and of course managed to scope out all the trends on the streets of London.

So, here are four looks everyone (and I mean everyone) was sporting English-style.

1. The Fringe bag:

Fringe abounded and in every possible permutation. I saw clutches, knapsacks, satchels and hobos.

Swinging London took on a whole new meaning…

2. The Mega Moto Jacket:

On boys and girls, this was a staple seen everywhere in London. Worn with jeans, more leather or even sweatpants (gotta love that this trend made its way across the pond), this go-to outerwear was perfect for London weather and I managed to snap up a faux leather one in grey-purple…sweet!

3. The Split-Knee Jean:

I am not sure I get this one…I mean, it very obviously looks like manufactured distress, but nonetheless, this was by far the most spotted trend in London. Skinny split-knee jeans are clearly a denim do in England.

4. The Chunky Boot:

This footwear style is right up my Diagon alley (Pardon the Potter reference, but I can’t help it…I visited some of the movie’s locations in Oxford!).

I hopped on board the boot bandwagon so much so that I snapped up a pair at River Island (England’s answer to H&M) that were faux suede over-the-knee chunkers…here’s how I styled them inspired by England (and, okay, maybe a little Potter-spiration, too).

I love travelling and I have to say part of my adventures are all about taking in the style I see abroad. Want to look like Cara Delevigne’s cousin? Or Kate Moss’s BFF? Well, these London trends are sure to get you on your British way.

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LKIS

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