20 Cult Pieces We Saw All Over the Streets of Fashion Week

As much as we love staring at the otherworldly beings who pound the pavements of fashion week, their style can sometimes feel a bit lofty for us mere mortals. And it can be hard for the average person to identify a passing shoe or chic jacket in a street style shot unless they've been explicitly tagged. But thanks to the magic of online shopping, we're able to track down the pieces that set our hearts racing without having to rely on social media.

So as we've just received the latest influx of street style snaps from Paris (hot on the heels of Milan, London and New York), it only felt right that we do the hard work for you and decode the cult items cropping up and show you exactly where to buy them. While Bottega is the dominant brand of the season, there have been plenty of lesser-known offerings and even a few fast-fashion buys thrown into the mix. From a winning Frankie Shop boilersuit and modern classics from Chloé to Zara's sellout colored mules, scroll down to see and shop the cult buys that are everywhere at fashion week.

Shearling handbags are trending this year—and this from Elleme is our favourite of the bunch.
These green Jimmy Choos might just be the most perfect knee-highs we've ever met.
We knew Topshop's multi-print patchwork slip dress would be a hit. Making it fall-ready with layering and Mary Janes is truly inspired.
These Jimmy Choo Brelan boots are easy to spot thanks to their signature V-cut front and sumptuous brown snake-print. We've seen them being paired with everything from sporty shorts to flouncy dresses.
There are many Rejina Pyo pieces the style set love, but this silky draped blouse has now been noticed numerous times on some of the chicest ladies we know.
It's boot central at LFW right now, and another statement pair that have caught on are Ganni's cowboy styles. They come in many colorways, but monochrome will always be the most versatile.
Although we've been experiencing a surprising twist in the weather, summer's resurgence hasn't stopped the fashion lot from slipping into knitwear. Jeanette Madson's tie-up sweater was photographed so many times yesterday.
Chloé's C Mini Leather Shoulder Bag is a wardrobe classic in the making. It'll go with everything you own—from dresses to denim.
Rixo's leopard dress is giving us all the '70s-style inspo—especially when paired with oversized sunnies and platform sandals. 
Yep, Zara's slip-on mules are still going strong. No one needs to know they cost less than $70.
We've seen so many people in Totême's stunning ruched dress, and it presents the ideal transeasonal staple for autumn when paired with kitten heels. 
While the weather still holds out, make like Who What Wear U.S. Editor in Chief Kat Collings and pair a floaty white number with a tan tote. 
Cafune's mock-croc egg bag is the perfect item for a bold color blocking pairing. 
A utility jumpsuit is your one-stop shop for low-maintenance cool. This Frankie Shop number will look just as good with sneakers as it will with strappy sandals. 
The age-old adage that black and blue will never do is totally proven wrong in this chic ensemble. Mulberry's Keeley is an ideal addition because it offers both practicality and style.
Rhode's gorgeous minidresses aren't just for the summer. Make like this showgoer and style yours with sneakers and socks for an autumn-ready look.
The gold-and-blue pairing in this outfit is inspired. You can always count on Simone Rocha for statement-making yet wearable silhouettes. 
Printed trousers aren't always the easiest thing to pull off, but this street styler makes it look easy by sticking to a monochromatic colour palette. 
All of us at Who What Wear have had our eyes on Baum's heritage checked coat. Lauren wears it so well with a pair of strappy sandals. 
High-street alert! We spotted these Charles & Keith sandals on an editor at NYFW, and we couldn't help but let you in on our affordable secret…

This post originally appeared on Who What Wear UK.

from Who What Wear https://www.whowhatwear.com/street-style-cult-buys-september-2019

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