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3 OUTFITS SCANDI GIRLS WEAR ON REPEAT

There's no denying the fact that buzz around Copenhagen Fashion Week and Scandi style has reached fever pitch.

Having quietly grown in confidence in recent years, for the past couple of seasons we've found ourselves becoming just as excited about it as we are the other four Fashion Week cities. If not, even more so.

We love nothing more than to see which pieces our Boutique Buyers will order from the Scandinavian designers. Brands like Stine Goya, Ganni, Munthe and Gestuz continuously show there, making it a fashion buyer's dream. Be it via the runway or an intimate presentation, this is where many of our Atterley Boutiques will stock up on pieces for next season. As such, we decided to give you the inside track on the trends.

Many influencers were out in force already sporting pieces from the brands' next season collections. Which is why we've turned to them to help us create the ultimate Scandi style capsule.

Keep scrolling to see the three key looks that will help you achieve covetable Scandi style.

DRAMATIC DRESSES

DRAMATIC DRESSES

Live out your wildest fashion fantasies by throwing caution to the wind and step out in a decadent dress. Many show attendees donned their most-statement frocks for the occasion, simultaneously making a case for the fact that you shouldn't keep your fancy clothes for best. Why not add a pair of box-fresh trainers or sharp loafers to help neutralise your extra frocks.

ALL THE NEUTRALS

ALL THE NEUTRALS

You always see a fusion of bright prints and hues during Copenhagen Fashion Week, but this year many influencers stripped things back to a neutral colour palette and pared-back prints. Start assembling your outfit with one white piece, then layer various shades of beige and tan upon it to create a perfectly blended look. For an edgy overhaul, just add black footwear.

STATEMENT PRINTS

STATEMENT PRINTS

As we formally mentioned, bright colours and attention-grabbing prints have swiftly become part of the Scandi style uniform. This is thanks, in no small part, to the likes of Stine Goya and Ganni who have craved a unique form of refined maximalism.

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