All images from vogue.co.uk

Trends are always tricky - finding what you want to follow and what you want to ignore can be difficult and you may feel pressure to follow everything, but the truth is if you want to ignore them all, feel free. Trends can also feel daunting sometimes as it can be difficult to envisage how avant-garde and sometimes garish designs could inspire more wearable fashion and how to recreate on the high street, and for this I turn to look at the street style of the attendees of these fashion shows. Here I have compiled a collection of my favourite looks from New York, London, Milan, Paris and Kiev fashion shows this season.

1. Modern Frills - In my personal style I like the look of clean cut tailoring mixed with soft fabrics and relaxed fits, and in general tend to stay away from items with excess lace or frill, or anything deemed too 'girly'. However, this season has brought around a new take on the classic style and mixes adds a feminine touch to more traditionally masculine silhouettes. This blouse from Zara is the perfect way to combine this trend into your everyday wardrobe, and even combines a bardot style which was also spotted on the SS16 catwalks. 

2. All In One - I am having such a love affair with jumpsuits right now. The concept of throwing on one item that can make you look both effortless and put-together makes logical fashion sense to me. You all know how obsessed I have been with my ASOS Denim Cut Out Jumpsuit, but last week I made a new fashion purchase of this jumpsuit in the sale, and though I am yet to wear it, I know it'll be a favourite for spring/summer (and probably autumn, and winter too).

3. Ankle Embellishment - Socks and sandals, the ultimate fashion faux pas, is having a moment. And why not? If your socks sparkle and shine then you want to show them off. For Hogmanay I paired my strappy heels with these beautiful polka dot socks, but if you want a big selection then definitely check out Asos, as I picked up these beauties for only £4 last week! 

4. Blush Bombers - Bomber jackets are everywhere (literally), and there are loads of different ones to choose from. My favourite colour for this upcoming spring/summer is definitely a light blush pink, and both of these bombers from Urban Outfitters and Zara are perfect as they tick both boxes.

5. Accordion Pleats - This is a trend I am very excited about and really want to try. The mixture of accordion pleat skirts this show season was amazing - metallic, printed, pastels - you name it! Topshop have the most amazing range of midi skirts just like the ones pictured above, but if you want to try something a bit different, Asos have the most stunning pleated wide leg trousers, and for super cheap! 

6. Denim Overalls - Head to toe denim is so timeless and looks great all year round, but this season there is a strong move away from the super skinny stretch-denim we're used to seeing dominate the highstreet (think Topshop Joni Jeans) into real denim that looks better over time and doesn't sag at the knee. Invest in a pair of Levi's or J Brand's, or scope charity shops for a second hand pair. You'll thank yourself in years to come.

7. Whipped Cream - after buying a pair of £5 cream culottes in a recent Zara sale, I was searching for styling inspiration when I came across these head-to-toe cream outfits. Less harsh than a stark white, it adds a soft and light element to a look which makes it perfect as the weather (hopefully) improves.

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All images from vogue.co.uk

Trends are always tricky - finding what you want to follow and what you want to ignore can be difficult and you may feel pressure to follow everything, but the truth is if you want to ignore them all, feel free. Trends can also feel daunting sometimes as it can be difficult to envisage how avant-garde and sometimes garish designs could inspire more wearable fashion and how to recreate on the high street, and for this I turn to look at the street style of the attendees of these fashion shows. Here I have compiled a collection of my favourite looks from New York, London, Milan, Paris and Kiev fashion shows this season.

1. Modern Frills - In my personal style I like the look of clean cut tailoring mixed with soft fabrics and relaxed fits, and in general tend to stay away from items with excess lace or frill, or anything deemed too 'girly'. However, this season has brought around a new take on the classic style and mixes adds a feminine touch to more traditionally masculine silhouettes. This blouse from Zara is the perfect way to combine this trend into your everyday wardrobe, and even combines a bardot style which was also spotted on the SS16 catwalks. 

2. All In One - I am having such a love affair with jumpsuits right now. The concept of throwing on one item that can make you look both effortless and put-together makes logical fashion sense to me. You all know how obsessed I have been with my ASOS Denim Cut Out Jumpsuit, but last week I made a new fashion purchase of this jumpsuit in the sale, and though I am yet to wear it, I know it'll be a favourite for spring/summer (and probably autumn, and winter too).

3. Ankle Embellishment - Socks and sandals, the ultimate fashion faux pas, is having a moment. And why not? If your socks sparkle and shine then you want to show them off. For Hogmanay I paired my strappy heels with these beautiful polka dot socks, but if you want a big selection then definitely check out Asos, as I picked up these beauties for only £4 last week! 

4. Blush Bombers - Bomber jackets are everywhere (literally), and there are loads of different ones to choose from. My favourite colour for this upcoming spring/summer is definitely a light blush pink, and both of these bombers from Urban Outfitters and Zara are perfect as they tick both boxes.

5. Accordion Pleats - This is a trend I am very excited about and really want to try. The mixture of accordion pleat skirts this show season was amazing - metallic, printed, pastels - you name it! Topshop have the most amazing range of midi skirts just like the ones pictured above, but if you want to try something a bit different, Asos have the most stunning pleated wide leg trousers, and for super cheap! 

6. Denim Overalls - Head to toe denim is so timeless and looks great all year round, but this season there is a strong move away from the super skinny stretch-denim we're used to seeing dominate the highstreet (think Topshop Joni Jeans) into real denim that looks better over time and doesn't sag at the knee. Invest in a pair of Levi's or J Brand's, or scope charity shops for a second hand pair. You'll thank yourself in years to come.

7. Whipped Cream - after buying a pair of £5 cream culottes in a recent Zara sale, I was searching for styling inspiration when I came across these head-to-toe cream outfits. Less harsh than a stark white, it adds a soft and light element to a look which makes it perfect as the weather (hopefully) improves.

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