The 8 Most Wearable Looks from the LFW Runways

There are plenty of reasons we love fashion month—seeing what trends we’ll be coveting next season, getting a glimpse at some new street style inspo, and catching celebrity sightings galore. Another reason to love fashion week? (As if you needed one!) Tons of styling and outfit inspiration from the runways! Even if you’re a collegiette on a budget who can’t exactly afford a Mary Katrantzou dress, there were still plenty of looks on the runway this LFW that can easily be copied with pieces you already own! Below, check out some of our favorites:

1. Sass & Bide

Minimalism has been a trend that’s been all over the runways for some time now, and we love the way the clean, oversize proportions in this look from Sass & Bide make it super wearable for real life too!

2. Markus Lupfer

We’ve established that turtlenecks are one of next fall’s most major trends. The chicest way to wear them? Layered under a V-neck sleeveless dress, like in this look from Markus Lupfer. If you're extra daring, try the look with a pair of sporty-glam sneakers, like these ones here!

3. J.W. Anderson

Wrap skirts are super fashion-forward, but also majorly flattering, making them the perfect piece to steal from the runway and add to your closet! Take your cues from J.W. Anderson and style it with your favorite sweater tucked in.

4. Mulberry

Getting matchy-matchy is the easiest way to look pulled together without having to work too hard at it. To up the comfy factor, try a knit matching set, like this look from Mulberry.

5. Topshop Unique

Despite this outfit coming from a fall collection, the super ladylike embroidery on the skirt in this look from Topshop Unique is giving us major spring fever and has us dreaming about the leg-baring looks we can’t wait to break out in a few months.

6. Mary Katrantzou

The mix-and-match prints look is a trend that can be intimidating at first, but when done right, it’s so right. Case in point: this look from Mary Katrantzou.

7. Pringle of Scotland

Sleeveless jackets are a great layering piece for the upcoming spring season—try styling one with a top and pants in a matching colors to go for monochrome vibes like the ones we saw at Pringle of Scotland.

8. Jonathan Saunders

A fun, colorful coat is the best pick-me-up to get through the rest of a dreary winter! Layer it over neutral basic pieces to let it stand out, the way it was done at Jonathan Saunders.

Will you be giving any of these runway looks a try, collegiettes?