Fashion Week Trends Slip Dresses

5 street style trends we’re expecting to see at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia

We've got one eye on the catwalks and one eye on the streets.

Fashion Week is about more than just catwalk shows and celebrity spotting. One of the most integral and exciting parts of the six-day event is the street style.

And why wouldn't it be? Fashion Week is a time where the fashion community get together and pull out all the stops when it comes to style. Some of the coolest and most style-savvy trends are born on the footpaths outside the shows. So as Fashion Week Australia gears up, all eyes will be on the streets as well as the catwalks.

2016 has seen a few key street trends emerge and we're sure some of them will make an appearance at Fashion Week Australia. Here are some of the trends we're expecting to see.

Fashion Week Trends Slip Dresses

Slip Dresses

Slip dresses are having a mega moment right now. Everyone from celebrity A-listers to the key fashion bloggers are rocking a slip dress, so we're expecting to see a few of them on the street in Sydney this week.

Source: Instagram user harperandharley

Fashion Week Trends Off The Shoulder

Off-the-shoulder

This has been one of the biggest trends of the year. Off-the-shoulder tops and dresses will almost certainly be one of the biggest street style trends at Australian Fashion Week 2016.

Source: Instagram user friendinfashion

Fashion Week Trends Skinny Scarves

Skinny Scarves

Skinny scarves have been spotted on celebs including Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Kendall Jenner. As throwing one of these over your outfit is one of the easiest way to step up your style game, we're sure to see lots of skinny scarves this year.

Source: Instagram user monicarosestyle

Fashion Week Trends Layering

Tops layered under spaghetti straps

Love it or hate it, this 90's trend is back in a big way. Plus this trend is a great way to wear a strappy top or dress without freezing in the frigid May weather.

Source: Instagram user monicarosestyle

Fashion Week Trends Bell Sleeves

Bell sleeves

Dynamic, eye-catching sleeves are so hot right now. We've seen them on bloggers like Friend in Fashion, Harper and Harley and Margaret Zhang and we're sure to see lots more this week.

Source: Instagram user ksenijalukich

Mia Steiber

Mia Steiber is a journalist at finder.com.au with a serious shopping habit and an addiction to gold jewellery. Her talents include tracking down one-off or almost sold out pieces and knowing the sizing charts for just about every brand.

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