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Street Style Trends of Fashion Month to Wear Right Now

Picture of Jill Di Donato
Fashion Editor
Updated: 17 May 2018
As Fashion Month 2018 wraps in Paris, the runways weren’t the only place to find style inspiration. Indeed, the streets were filled with trends that you can anticipate to be wearing next fall.

Because it’s never too early to start saving for those must-have splurges, here’s some fashion inspiration from the best street style trends of Fashion Month 2018. Invest in these key pieces, and don’t just wear them right now, plan to wear them into fall/winter 18. When the season changes, you’ll be ahead of the trend, letting people know you’re seriously committed to your look.

Fashion Month FW 18 was a buzz with people talking about what Gucci’s FW`18 show really means, the influence of the #MeTooMovement on fashion, and of course, all of the trends to get excited about.

Bright investment sunglasses in a variety of shapes and colors add pop and luxury to your day-to-day wardrobe. To find your perfect pair, channel throwback 90s vibes and noughties nostalgia, and have fun with your look. Investment sunglasses cost $300, give or take, and add un-fussed sophistication to your wardrobe. Yes, the perfect sunglasses can be expensive, but they have a low-cost-per-wear value, because you never leave the house without killer shades.

Fanny-packs, puffer jackets, and plaid stripes signal a new haute athleisure, a look that elevates clothes you wear to chill out in. These will be key trends next fall, so now is the perfect time to get in on the haute athleisure trend, so come next season, your look is lived in and relevant.

Street Style Trends of 2018 Fashion Month Subin Yang
Subin Yang / | © Culture Trip

1. Milan Fashion Week, FW 18

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Camilla Ferrari / | © Culture Trip

Shop the look: Sunglasses, Jumpsuit, Belt, Shoes

From the Off-White by Virgil Ablo sneakers to the Lolita-inspired sunglasses, this look is all about killer accessories. The Gucci belt gives form to this gingham jumpsuit.

2. New York Fashion Week, FW 18

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Felipe @sightonsight / | © Culture Trip

As Gucci and Balenciaga battle it out for the hottest brand of last season, you can’t go wrong by mixing the two this season. Can’t afford the real thing? Cop the look by mixing normcore athleisure with futuristic shades and a patterned jacket. And yes, the Gucci fanny pack is everything.

Shop the look: Hoodie, Fannypack, Trousers

3. Paris Fashion Week, FW18

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Rachel Moyer / | © Culture Trip

The epitome of French minimalism, this look captures haute athleisure.

Shop the look: Sunglasses, Coat

4. New York Fashion Week

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Felipe @sightonsight / | © Culture Trip

You don’t have to be a supermodel to pull this ultra-femme-in-menswear look. Pairing a rocker cropped T-shirt with a classically tailored suit keeps everything fresh and sexy.

Shop the look: Sunglasses, Suit jacket, Suit trousers, Bag

5. London Fashion Week, FW 18

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Chiara Dalla Rosa / | © Culture Trip

When it comes to accessories, rainbow brights are a non-negotiable this season, and same-color co-ords make for a nostalgic combination.

Shop the look: Beret, Shirt, Trousers, Bag

6. Paris Fashion Week, FW18

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Rachel Moyer / | © Culture Trip

This sexy mini is offset by hero boots. The blazer completes this power look.

Shop the look: Jumper, Blazer, Skirt, Boots

7. Paris Fashion Week, FW 18

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Rachel Moyer / | © Culture Trip

The bright orange hoodie adds streetwear edge to a polished black-on-black look.

Shop the look: Sunglasses, Hoodie, Coat, Bag