Last updated on Mar 9th, 2021 at 10:55 am

We’ve gathered all of London’s latest fresh-off-the runway trends for you to buy on a budget

London Fashion Week has come and gone but the trends are here to stay. Zendaya, Jourdan Dunn and Winnie Harlow all showed up to view the collections and they were not disappointed.

We rounded up all the trends straight from LDN:

Stripes and plaid

Gingham and tartan are the cornerstones of British fashion. Emilia Wickstead, Paul Costelloe and Simone Rocha brought the usual staples to their runways. Stripes were also huge this season.

 

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Metallic stripe straw shopper bag R99, Woolworths

Check shirt R250, Woolworths

Pink and white stripe t-shirt R399, Woolworths

Gingham ruffle sleeve top R399, Foschini

Sheer magic!

The sheer trend is not going anywhere. Christopher Kane sexed things up with lace and sheer skirts. Mesh is also totally hot right now.

Belted maxi dress, R150, MR P

Mesh statement top R99,99, MR P

Pleated mesh skirt R100, MR P

Colours of the rainbow

Mulberry and Burberry showed all the colours of the rainbow. Christopher Bailey dedicated his final Burberry show to the LGBQTI+ community, making the rainbow flag an integral part of his designs. Bright colours are a wardrobe must have this season.

Fit and flare red dress R799, Poetry 

Cara colourblock pullover R550, Poetry

Pink v-neck blouse R399, Poetry

Say it!

For the social justice warriors out there, Burberry and Ashish brought the powerful statement tees.

Printed femme power t-shirt R179, H&M

Wide femmetastic t-shirt R229, H&M

Slogan gender is irrelevant tee, R119,99, The Fix

Prints

Mary Katrantzou and Erdem are known for their bold, fabulous prints and it was no different this season.

Floral cardigan, R299,99, The Fix

Pink print top R169,99, The Fix

Printed cream crop top R169,99, The Fix