From smart suiting to highlighter hues, the fashion seen on the streets of South Korea is always a source of style inspiration. Here are five trends you’ll definitely see at Seoul Fashion Week, and we’ve done an edit of versatile pieces that you can buy now!
The future is bright with a kaleidoscope of colours that work best with surprising combinations of exuberant hues.
Pair purple with orange, that's a classic combination that many don't know of.
Bershka top, $45.90
Bimba y Lola jacket
Puma sneaker from JD Sports, $199
Leave little to the imagination but keep it girly with feminine and flirty fabrics like tulle, lace and PVC.
Black and white doesn't have to be boring when you mix it up with futuristic sunglasses and a retro-shaped bag.
Charles & Keith bag, $75.90
Pan & The Dream scarf from Net-A-Porter.com, $98
Style Nanda skirt, $108
Topshop top, $46.90
Florals pack a punch with bold blooms in more somber shades of navy, crimson and emerald.
Florals don't have to be sweet and boring when you wear it with sexy leather and seductive sunglasses.
Atelier Swarovski brooch
Zara boot, $119
Charles & Keith bag, $95.90
Embrace the sporty trend without breaking a sweat with cool and comfy sweatshirts and sneakers in electric hues.
When in dobut, go for a monochrome look with statement heels.
An all-white tracksuit isn't boring when you wear it with a metallic sports bra.
Elizabeth & James belt bag from Net-A-Porter.com, $253
Zara sneaker, $99.90
Bimba y Lola windbreaker
Borrowed from the boys never looked as sharp and chic as now with cinched waists and power shoulders.
Don't forget to add a feminine touch to a boxy blazer with a statement brooch.
Gentle Monster sunglasses
Iris & Ink blazer, $239
Staud bag from Net-A-Porter.com, $480