These 6 Fresh Color Trends Are Taking Over London's Street Style Scene

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London Fashion Week has officially wrapped up, and while showgoers have already landed in Milan, we wanted to take a moment to appreciate the quality looks that were worn on the streets of London. Although the city is known for its gloom, the fashion set's ensembles were nothing but sunshine while flaunting an assortment of all your favorite standout colors. We hinted earlier that saturated shades were going to take over the fashion scene in 2021, and it seems that our trend predictions have come true. From bubblegum pink to kelly green, saturated hues certainly outshined neutrals at this year's Fashion Week.

Keep scrolling for our favorite looks in a variety of trending shades. We know fall is typically the time to pull out all your neutrals, but take a note from the street style set below, and add some pops of color to your wardrobe this season.

Bubblegum Pink

If you're an avid reader of Who What Wear, you'll know that we've been pretty adamant about our affection for bubblegum pink. We first spotted it all over the S/S 21 runways, and it hasn't hit the brakes since then.

Shop the shade:

Coach Pillow Tabby Shoulder Bag 18 ($395)

H&M Shirt Dress ($30)

Free People Dream Cable Crew ($98)

Kelly Green

Different shades of green come and go each season, but everyone seems to have a devoted love for kelly green. It looks like Kermit the Frog is fashion's favorite trendsetter for 2021, and we're okay with that.

Shop the shade:

Lioness Vineyard Crop Cardigan ($69)

Mango Corset Design Dress ($70)

& Other Stories Printed Plissé Top ($49)


We weren't expecting to see a lot of this hyper-aqua shade, but we stand corrected.

Shop the shade:

Zara Knit Cardigan ($46)

Mansur Gavriel Dream Ballerina Flats ($395)


Bright shades like tangerine used to be reserved for the summer months, but now there are no boundaries. It contrasts well with a variety of colors, from lavender to bright green.

Shop the shade:

Zara Oversized Knit Sweater ($50)

JW Pei Gabbi Bag ($89)

Song of Style Zuri Midi Dress ($198)

Fiery Red

To us, red is the most standout shade of them all. Whether you're brave enough to wear a red-hot statement piece or include it as an accessory, it's a fun pop to consider.

Shop the shade:

Jacquemus Le Chiquito Moyen Bag ($680)

Zara Cut Out Pleated Dress ($50)

ASOS Design Shirt Knot Detail Wrap Midi Dress ($57)

Canary Yellow

Big Bird, but make it fashion? Canary yellow is the touch of sunshine the street style scene needed after the break.

Shop the shade:

Freckles Mark Vintage Retro 70s Sunglasses ($18)

Ganni Recycled Nylon Ruched Midi Dress ($295)

Urban Outfitters Meg Square Neck Top ($35)

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