The Danish have truly mastered their own personal style that involves immaculate styling paired with an acute attention to detail. It is more than just minimalism, it is the art of adding just that right amount of personality without being over-the-top. If there is one style you should emulate it would definitely be the Scandi style. Scroll through below of our top picks from Copenhagen Fashion Week, and take some much needed style pointers.
Try wearing your cardigan buttoned-up, tucked in and slouched over your shoulders.
Tie up your heels around your trousers for a fashion-forward look.
Dress down your boldest summer dresses with some sporty trainers.
Team high-waisted, loose-fitting trousers with heels if you want your legs to look longer.
Play matchy-matchy with your tailoring to create a striking and polished effect.
An oversized white dress will be a welcome addition to any woman’s wardrobe.
Mismatched pastel accessories are always a great touch.
Give a summery finish to an all-black ensemble by wearing with a straw bag and flip flops.
Don’t be afraid to wear the dress-over-trousers trend. When done like this, it can look impossibly chic.
Give your bright dresses a low-key finish this summer by teaming with neutral accessories.
Don’t keep those velvet trousers packed away until Christmas – wear now with a bright summery top and matching handbag.
Ladylike pleats and dainty heels are everywhere at Copenhagen Fashion Week. Take your cue and bring your inner elegance out.
Cropped trousers allow you to fully show off a statement shoe.
Pairing hard-to-wear cycling shorts with a flared, long-line top helps to balance out proportions and make for a more flattering silhouette.
A neutral blazer jacket is proving to be one of summer 2019’s must-have pieces. The belted waist on this version adds definition.
Dress up slouchy jeans with fitted tops and heeled sandals.
A summery skirt suit will work well both in and out of the office.
Play with proportion when the weather heats up.
Highlight your waist in a slouchy dress by adding a tie-up belt.
Balance out a shorter hemline with something slouchy and oversized on top.
One-tone dressing will always make your outfit look more expensive
Don’t be afraid to go all out with printed coats.
Dress up casual T-shirts with smart wide-leg trousers and cat-eye sunglasses.
Skirt suits are making a comeback; style with chunky trainers to keep it fresh.
White linen suits will help you deal with the rising temperatures this summer.
Oversized tailoring is a chic way to keep cool in the heat.
Leopard print is a classic all year round, but for summer floaty dresses pair perfectly with wooden bags.
Bumbags – or belt bags, as they’re now called – are officially back.
Clashing prints is a fashion-forward way of reviving existing wardrobe pieces.
Cycling shorts aren’t just for sport. Give yours a fashion makeover by pairing with statement shoes and a crisp shirt.
We saw cowboy boots all over the catwalks for the last two seasons, from Fendi to Dolce & Gabbana. Team with a crisp dress and a delicate bag, like this Shrimps pearl basket, so as not to overdo the Wild West theme.
Double-denim is a relaxed, fresh look when done right, as seen here. Mismatched shoes are also entering the fashion fore – only the truly daring need apply.
Layer longer pieces over classic denim jeans to freshen up your look.
It’s all in the details: match statement pieces such as a bright shirt to your sunglasses or to the strap of your heel for a stronger look.
An open collar shirt with relaxed rolled-up sleeves is the perfect way of dealing with with summer temperatures.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR UK.