Take Note: These Are the Buzziest Street Style Trends at Fashion Week Australia

If our street style awards, #TheStreeties, didn’t make it obvious enough, we’re high-key obsessed with street style. While runway shows are a great litmus test to showcase what we can expect to see in coming seasons, street style is probably the greatest indication of current trends. And though runway fashion may feel unattainable to some, street style shows display real clothes worn by real women in their real (and very busy) schedules—so, what better outfit inspiration could there be?

Unsurprisingly, Fashion Week Australia is always the perfect incubator for the best street style moments of the year. Take into consideration that it’s an event that our country's most fashionable attend, so it’s easy to see why the street style that ensues is nothing short of amazing. While street style does tend to be more geared towards personal preference and taste (as compared to runway fashion, which focuses less on the individual), still, there are trends that seem to pop up over and over again.

So whether you’re more into polished, low-key athleisure, or edgy styles, chances are there’s still a street style trend suited to your personality. After all, isn’t half the fun in adapting trends to showcase your own, unique perspective?

To get you started, we’ve done the hard part for you in scouring the street style images rolling out of Fashion Week Australia to call out the trends that everyone is trying right now. And trust us, once you see them, you can’t unsee them, you know? To see every major trend we’ve spotted, read on. Trust us, you’ll want to replicate a few of these looks.

Lately, it seems like street style is saying "less is more". Especially with this micro-bag trend, with tiny bags that seem to fit nothing more than an iPhone.

Embracing a '90s grunge feel, combat boots are back in full force this season.

The colour is making a statement in every form: Accessories, clothes, shoes... you name it, chances are someone's wearing it, in red.

White ankle boots were big at other international fashion weeks, and here's the proof that Australia is not immune to the buzzy trend.

No longer reserved for spring, florals are making an appearance in street style big time this autumn. In both dark and light hues, this print is perfect for the summer-to-autumn transitional phase.

Dainty, delicate and timeless lace will never go out of style. We're particularly loving the unique pairings of the fabric with more modern pieces this season.

Not only do stripes add an upscale feel to any outfit, but they're also extremely flattering, as they have the ability to elongate your figure. Here's all the proof you need.

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