With the winter so cold that we have spent, these almost spring days are more than welcome. We have left at home the coats, the dark colors and the musketeer boots, changing them for lighter and more colorful clothes. But we weren’t the first, because the street style from London knows them all. British fashionable girls have internalized the “bad weather good face” to the fullest, responding to the London rains with shades that scream summer at the top of your lungs.
There’s nothing better for raising a good look on a grey day than make it shine with bright colours. A lesson in style that has been a highlight of London Fashion Week, where it seemed to us that the streets had been dyed orange, yellow and lime green well-saturated, vibrant and striking. A very fresh and appealing chromatic palette that prevents cloudy days from going to our heads and making us feel down.
We’ve seen him in neon jackets that come to replace blazers of winter paintings. With coats oversize and masculine, with frilly dresses and acidic brushstrokes over more minimalist and easy to reuse neutral styles. It doesn’t matter if the bet is in overall look or if it comes through a colored detail, because its visual effect instantly catches the eye and becomes the protagonist of styling.
We think it’s an infallible trick (as well as a waste of unparalleled style). Because it doesn’t matter that it’s cold out there if we we turn up the temperature with a sourpuss. Above all, to take the run and be the first to wear the spring colours before anyone else, when they are still the novelty. Dare to be fearless, the more acidic and vibrant the better.
Photos | Imaxtree.