The More, The Merrier Is The Official Theme Of Copenhagen Fashion Week Street Style

The More, The Merrier Is The Official Theme Of Copenhagen Fashion Week Street Style

Refinery29 | Georgia Murray

Copenhagen Fashion Week kicked off on Tuesday, bringing fashion’s elite to the Danish capital for three days of shows. Highlights of the schedule always include mainstays like Ganni, Cecilie Bahnsen and By Malene Birger, but this season, we’re hyped to see what Rotate, Saks Potts and Stand are bringing to the table as well.

The Danes – both the designers and the style set – are known for their creativity and playful use of color, never more so than when the sun is shining and the Nyhavn is glistening. And with the rest of the world looking to Copenhagen locals to show us how to have fun with our wardrobes, what better way to celebrate the first round of fashion month than to spotlight what they chose to wear?

Click through to see clashing prints, statement accessories, and plenty of color.

This dress and shoe pairing is a work of art.
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Our new winning formula: striped shirt (preferably Acne), mesh midi skirt, hiking sandals.
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Fruit salad color combinations are joyous! This lime and tangerine concoction is a serotonin-booster.
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We’re getting serious Clueless vibes from this check co-ord.
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We’re heading straight to Michael’s to bead our sunglass chains.
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We’ve spotted tons of silk headscarves worn like the queen this season.
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Bold accessories may do the talking here, but there’s no need to be shy and retiring with your print either.
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Maria Bernad’s fuchsia, salmon and chocolate dress is what dreams are made of. Add Gucci loafers and a shrimp bag and bam! A prawn cocktail delight.
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Chunky sandals, cycling shorts, patchwork dresses, basket bags – there are so many micro-trends in this duo’s get-ups.
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Bowling shirts and statement sunnies? Yes please.
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Organza is big news for summer, and this checked piece is top of our wish list.
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A billowing white dress and simple black accessories are the minimalist’s choice this season.
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Emulate Bowie in your best blue suit. Who knew tan accessories paired so well with the shade?
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Yes, we need two bags for all our crap; no, don’t question us.
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Olive green continues to work wonders in our wardrobes. Add a pop of hot pink to refresh the hue.
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Birkenstocks, a bucket hat and tie-dye: this show-goer has our summer look nailed.
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A statement dress and killer shoes never go amiss. Just make sure your pal gets the matchy-matchy memo.
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Tinted specs are still a summer staple. This dreamy oversized dress is pure prairie heaven.
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Dove gray and Crayola blue is the unexpected color combo we didn’t know we needed.
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These oversized cargo trousers would make J.Lo proud.
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Emili Sindlev inspiring us to add this pink Prada coat to our wish list, stat.
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Monochrome with one statement pop of color is a failsafe, as Nisi Kastull proves.
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Didn’t you get the memo? Vibrant colors only, please.
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Proof that neutral tones still reign supreme – and that classic Vans are always a winner.
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Surf’s up! Jelly shoes and tie-dye forever and ever, amen.
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How to make workwear more fun? Cut out the thighs and add a rainbow beaded necklace, natch.
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The hat! The gloves! The knitted shirt! Eccentricity at its finest.
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A triple threat here: chunky trainers, multicolored check and prairie detailing.
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There’s no look you can’t refresh with steal-the-show accessories. Now, where to find some blue square-toe heels…
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We’re digging this show-goer’s Matrix vibes. Note to self: must patchwork a classic black suit.
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Well, if this isn’t sunshine in an outfit, we don’t know what is. Beat the rain with a PVC hat, but bring the summer with a garden-printed dress and sunflower yellow blazer.
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More sweet hats spotted at fashion week, this time with a grown-up – dare we say office-appropriate? – take.
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The perfect holiday get-up: an easy breezy dress and straw sunhat.
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Who said you had to stick to one print? Spots meet florals meet hardware accessories.
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When in doubt, double up on Burberry.
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Bleached denim co-ord, tick. Shell necklace, tick. Pastel organza? Tick. These two have SS19 trends nailed.
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We’ve spotted at least six bright orange dresses so far. Bettina Looney reps hers with matching accessories.
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Jeanette Friis Madsen keeps things simple with a white wrap dress and Fendi sliders.
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A black blazer and blue denim is a perennial classic.
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We want every piece in this look, from the frill-collared coat to the criss-cross patent heels. A fondant fancy of an outfit!
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PSA: Flip-flops are still going strong at Copenhagen Fashion Week, as are padded headbands.
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