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How to make the trends at Fashion Week work for your real-life wardrobe

With tons of inspiration walking down the runways at Fashion Week, it’s not always a budget-friendly situation to buy them straight from the showrooms. While the front row and street style stars provide some easily-replicable looks it’s not always clear how to translate the inspiration down the runway into a workable every-day wardrobe. So we picked some of our favourite elements off the runway throughout the shows and show you how they would work best in reality.

Elevated athleisure by Victoria Beckham:

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Velvet hoodie MRP R99.99 | Sweater dress Woolworths R450 | Wrap sweater Topshop R590

Metallics by Tom Ford:

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Metallic biker jacket Woolworths R899 | Metallic bodysuit MRP R79.99 | Metallic trousers Mango R699

Pops of neon by Tibi:

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Yellow jersey Mango R599 | Printed bodysuit Zara R659 | Racer jersey Topshop R790

Tonal dressing by Millie:

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Faux fur jacket Zara R1099 | Maroon top Mango R449 | Maroon trousers Topshop R569 | Suede coat Zara R659 | Drawstring dress MRP R119.99 | Sheepskin jacket Topshop R1299 | Batwing top Mango R399 | Nude skirt Woolworths R260

Juicy Couture Inspo by Jeremy Scott:

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Velvet hoodie MRP R99.99 | Velvet set Topshop R1499 | Velvet trousers Mango R1199

Coat dresses by Jason Wu:

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Coat Dresses

Fringe coat Zara R1099 | White trench Witchery R2999 | Grey coat Mango R2799

Clueless inspo by Matthew Adams Dolan:

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Plaid skirt MRP R169.99 | Plaid pinafore Topshop R650 | Plaid shirt Mango R699

Feminine ribbons by Brock Collection:

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Ribbon tunic MRP R129.99 | Ribbon sweater Mango R599 | Ribbon dress Zara R569

For more outfit inspo, steal your favourite celeb’s style here!

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