Copenhagen Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023 Street Style Is So Inspiring
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Copenhagen Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023 Street Style Is So Inspiring

Ahead of New York Fashion Week, one of the first cities to kick off the high-fashion fun is Copenhagen, Denmark. The schedule is packed with the year’s buzziest brands. On the roster, you’ll find a plethora of cult-followed Copenhagen-based brands like Saks Potts, GANNI, A. Roege Hove, and OpéraSPORT, who are debuting their Spring/Summer 2023 collections. Though the anticipation around the runway looks is extra high, you’ll similarly appreciate all the street style at Copenhagen Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023. Fellow showgoers stepped up their style game in order to provide major outfit inspiration that showcased a balance between feeling minimalistic and bold.

Thanks to their styling creativity, there are many imitable ensembles for you to choose from based on your personal style. Some of the fashionistas at Copenhagen Fashion Week, for example, have provided fresh takes on mixing whimsical prints with neutral-hued staples. Other attendees found innovative ways to bring pieces that they loved this summer into fall-focused ensembles, styling garments such as parachute pants and sheer dresses in unique ways for your viewing pleasure. Don’t forget to note the statement accessories either, as tastemakers leaned into bags from the likes of Miu Miu, Dior, and Chanel.

Keep scrolling to see TZR’s favorite street style looks from CPHFW.

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Shimmering pieces can be styled in an edgy way, as seen in Oumayma Elboumeshouli’s CPHFW look. Rock your sparkly skirt or slip dress with a leather jacket or oversized blazer to create a cool-girl outfit.

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Create an ensemble that’s bold yet chic like Cecilie Thorsmark’s look by adding a neon colored button-down into your wardrobe collection. The traditional will cut feel timeless while the bright color will make a statement.

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Sweater vests are trending ahead of fall ‘22 and this one worn by Pernille Rosenkilde gives off major happy vibes. To style the garment in a fashionista-approved way, layer it over a classic button-down for a polished feel. She added a sporty look by wearing short-shorts and sneakers.

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Yellow dominated the Copenhagen runways this August as it’s an easy-to-wear hue that makes a subtle yet notable impression. This attendee let her dress make the statement by styling it with black accessories.

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Convert your silk headscarf into a top to create a sultry and playful look. This Fashion Week attendee styled her scarf as a tube top and paired it with loose-fitting trousers.

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This guest opted for all things GANNI to attend the brand’s Spring/Summer 2023 runway show. She went with an embellished mini dress and colorful cowboy boots — confirming the modern cowboy trend is here to stay.

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Add flare to your pantsuit set by wearing a whimsical top underneath. Emilie Billington, for example, wore her classic two-piece with a striped polo crop top that showed a bit of her midriff.

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This CPHFW guest showcased a color combo that will likely be everywhere this season — green and brown. For her look, she styled a matching two-piece set underneath a bright green blazer. To finish it off, she wore coordinating bright green shoes and carried a Fendi bag.

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Elevate your denim shorts by styling them with a statement jacket, as a guest did to attend the Henrik Vibskov show. She coordinated her suede coat to match with her boots, which were great for walking in the grass.

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Nina Sandbech made her Barbiecore fashion moment feel sultry by wearing a Chanel bikini top underneath her jacket and trouser set.

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Slip into a printed dress for an easy-to-wear option that will make an entrance. This attendee opted for a colorful striped number for the GANNI runway show. For an extra eye-catching touch, she wore red boots that matched the colors in the dress.

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This guest for the Saks Potts show wore an ensemble suitable for fall as she reached for a knit mini skirt and long sleeve top. To add an eye-catching piece to the look, she wore a statement belt and finished it off with Gucci pumps.

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For the GANNI runway show, this attendee wore parachute pants (one of the trendiest bottoms for fall) with a cropped jean jacket. She styled the look with PVC heels and a handbag.

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If you can’t get enough of trousers, try styling them rolled over, like Annabel Rosendahl did at the GANNI show, to give them a fresh look. She paired hers with a crop top to show a bit of skin.

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Give off Sporty Spice energy the fashion girl way by styling a miniskirt and button-down with chunky sneakers. Maxime Moeckl opted for chunky Converse kicks that felt edgy for the high-fashion affair.

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For a look that has depth, reach for a top with oversized pockets that will standout against the traditional tube tops. This fashionista’s blue number was styled with jeans, green sandals, and a matching clutch.

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If you’re spending time by the water, go with the nautical vibes by styling a striped tank top with simple beige trousers. Pernille Teisbaek finished off her boat day-inspired look with a raffia handbag.

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Look cowboy-chic by styling your traditional western boots with an aura-style bodycon dress.

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Live out your ‘80s dreams by going over-the-top on shoulder pads, as this guest did for the GANNI runway show. Because of the shirt’s bright hues, she kept her bottoms and loafers neutral.

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Rock the summer pantsuit look for however long you can and once the temperatures drop, ditch your shorts for long pants.

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Give the sheer garment trend an elevated feel by taking a page out of this Fashion Week attendee’s book. She opted for a semi see-through lace midi skirt that felt classic and elegant. To polish off the ensemble, she styled the dainty garment with a Prada tank top and pointed toe mules.

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If you’ve been sporting silk slips throughout summer, you can easily bring them into your fall wardrobe by pairing them with chunky combat boots — as this attendee did in Copenhagen — to give the feminine piece an edgy feel.

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Pink is one of the buzziest colors of the season, with Barbiecore trending and fashion houses like Valentino doubling down on the hue. Swap out your neutral-hued blazers for a gentle pink option.

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Mixing two different patterns can be a challenging feat, but Anaa Saber successfully navigated this style obstacle by following Sarah Jessica Parker’s formula: rock patterns with similar colors together.

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Add an aura-inspired dress into your wardrobe, as it’s an easy-to-wear yet standout piece that you’ll turn to time and time again. As seen in this showgoer’s ensemble, she styled her dress with platform Crocs.

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Accessorize your mini summer dresses for fall by swapping out your kitten heels or strappy sandals for a pair of knee-high boots, as Babba Rivera did to attend the Samsøe Samsøe runway show. Her tangy orange number was from Stine Goya.

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Mixing different fabrics together is a delicate challenge, but this fashionista mastered it beautifully. To ensure a cohesiveness for the look, she reached for neutral hues that complemented each other — she went with a beige knit top and a brown leather skirt.

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Denim? Check. Crystal embellishments? Check. Hot pink? Also, check — she really did it all for this street style look. To ensure that the outfit made a statement, without feeling too over-the-top, this trendsetter rocked the familiar Canadian tuxedo and gave it an elevated twist.

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Kendall Jenner has given basque waistlines her stamp of approval and now it seems that fashion-lovers have incorporated the French-inspired silhouette into their rotations, too. For this jaw-dropping ensemble, the showgoer allowed the midi dress ample opportunity to shine by completing her look with a simple black jacket and Mary Jane heels.

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If you peek inside a minimalist’s closet, you’ll likely find a pair of straight leg black jeans and a long-sleeve white top. But, as seen in Jeanette Madsen’s Fashion Week look, you can upgrade those basics by looking for styles with cutouts or quirky knot details.

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If you’re searching for an easy-to-wear outfit that will always look polished, opt for a matching vest and trouser set. The look is simple, chic, and can be worn from day to night.

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To create a look that has texture and depth, copy this Fashion Week attendee’s styling formula by mixing different fabrics together in an outfit. She wore a knit dress underneath a breezy linen blazer.

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While in may be unconventional to pair royal blue with lavender, this outfit confirms that they, in fact, complement each other when styled properly. Emili Sindlev expertly rocked a quilted vest with a pair of lightweight parachute pants.

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The miniskirt resurgence is here to stay and this fashionista provided a 2000s-inspired way to style it. She wore it with a cropped tank top and the iconic early aughts Saddle bag from Dior. The sunglasses served as the final touch to the Y2K vibes.

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As seen in this Fashion Week guest’s outfit, the blazer and trouser combination doesn’t have to be boring. Spice up your pantsuit by wearing a sparkly top underneath.

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Adding a statement jacket to your wardrobe goes a long way. This Fashion Week attendee is wearing straight-leg jeans and a T-shirt coupled with an eye-catching brown and black leather moto jacket.

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Elevate an all-black outfit with colorful accessories. This Fashion Week guest opted for a green handbag from Miu Miu, coordinating strappy heels, and even lime green sunglasses that added a pop of color to the sleek ensemble.

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The Barbiecore trend is dominating this season — you can thank Valentino for that. But, wearing an all-pink look doesn’t have to feel so feminine. If your style leans more tomboy, copy this guest’s look by accessorizing your pieces with a cool menswear-inspired chunky boot and unique metal belt.

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You may have noticed that bomber jackets were all over the Fall 2022 runways (Isabel Marant and R13 are just two fashion houses doubling down on the outerwear), and now they’ve made their way into street style. This attendee styled her oversized bomber jacket with a pair of loose-fitting trousers.

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To make the pantsuit feel sultry, you can swap out your T-shirt or bodysuit for a mini bralette.

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Sheer dresses are everywhere in 2022, with celebrities and influencers utilizing the transparent style to create jaw-dropping looks. Alyssa Coscarelli bared it all by styling her striped see-through number with simple black underwear.

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Make your sweatshirt high-fashion by swapping out a traditional style for one with cut-outs. To elevate the loungewear, opt for a pair of tailored trousers instead of other athleisure bottoms.

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Grab the attention of everyone in the room by slipping into an embellished crochet dress. The piece will do all the work, but if you want to add a pop of color do so with your accessories.

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