12 blouses on-trend that dominated the street style of Copenhagen

Copenhagen Fashion Week culminated a few days ago and the stylings have seen on the streets of the Danish city, full of eye-catching blouses, one-of-a-kind dresses, denim, leather, and cutouts have caught both our attention and the looks we have observed on the catwalks.

What happens in each of the fashion shows of the different fashion weeks is vital, but what we see in street style as well, and we must affirm that the tops that have worn the best dressed during fashion week in Copenhagen are those blouses that are fashionable in 2021 and that have definitely nourished our eyesight and muse to plan future looks while activating the rest of fashion calendars in the main capitals.Street style Sidney.© Dan Roberts. Street style Sidney.

Find inspiration to wear the blouses on trend with white denim with some of these proposals seen on the catwalk and in the street style.

The future spring-summer 2022, according to Scandinavian designers, will be full of relaxed tailor suits in pastel and neutral colors will have a good amount of padded shorts, sports pants, trench coats in unique colors, woven ensembles, chic pajamas for more comfort on the street and orange as the main color. All garments that, in one way or another, we can imagine with some of the shirts or satin blouses on trend for autumn. Then, a mix of 12 new and already consolidated styles continues to give something to talk about.

Oversize shirts

Street style Copenhagen.© Photographed by Acielle / StyleDuMonde Street style Copenhagen.

The reinvented basics, such as XL shirts are one of the garments that have defined this spring-summer, and that the attendees of the Fashion Week in Copenhagen have not hesitated to wear. In the cotton version or in a silky and more fluid fabric, shirts with oversize buttons are trending. To include in monochromatic looks with a tank top underneath and leave a shoulder exposed, in a length that could be classified as a camisero dress and extra-long sleeves.Street style Copenhagen.© Photographed by Acielle / StyleDuMonde Street style Copenhagen.

To include a finer bottom we see that it is the base styling that does not clash with any of the proposals of the Danish streets, as well as for opting to wear the crossed shirt, that trick we have seen on Instagram or TikTok, instead of buttoned. Leather pants or shorts are the garments to be combined, as well as shoes in striking designs and colors.Annabel Rosendahl.© Photographed by Acielle / StyleDuMonde Annabel Rosendahl.

Crop tops

Street style Copenhagen.© Photographed by Acielle / StyleDuMonde Street style Copenhagen.

If we are in summer and we talk about the next summer collection it is natural to choose a crop top like the blouse to wear. In the Danish capital, the very short style and that outlines the lower silhouette of the bust is the trend, as well as betting on a shirt style design, with cuffs on the sleeves and lapel collar.Synthetic pants in the Street style Copenhagen.© Photographed by Acielle / StyleDuMonde Synthetic pants in the Street style Copenhagen.

Straight pants and high throw are the attraction for most, as well as the use of sandals, although tennis shoes, as usual, gain ground. Another style in terms of crop tops and blouses seen in the street style is the tops of the ‘second skin’ effect, print, high neck, and thin fabric, which stick to the body and the female figure.Street style Copenhagen.© Photographed by Acielle / StyleDuMonde Street style Copenhagen.

Bustiers

Street style Copenhagen.© Photographed by Acielle / StyleDuMonde Street style Copenhagen.

With the rise of lingerie to wear outside the bedroom, bustiers have once again given something to talk about, and their presence has become palpable in the styles of the attendees of this fashion week. Some resembled a vest deconstructed and turned into a corset, which, in the company of high-throw jeans and wide boot, gave a more casual touch to his look.Street style Copenhagen.© Photographed by Acielle / StyleDuMonde Street style Copenhagen.

Others opted for a more classic version, in a mix of shades that more closely resembled the trend we saw on the catwalks, where orange and brown dominated the scene. Resorting to jeans and boots, as evidenced by the best dressed, will always be the best combination. However, we also saw blouses with a bustier structures that stood out not only for their animal print but also for the plying sleeves, a trend that continues to stomp and that walked the Danish streets.Street style Copenhagen.© Photographed by Acielle / StyleDuMonde Street style Copenhagen.

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Jenny Walton.© Photographed by Acielle / StyleDuMonde Jenny Walton.

In this same game of sensuality, of garments with lingerie details and that challenge between what is seen and what is not, blouses with transparencies are still a must to wear. From more sculptural pieces, with flights as if it were a cape that leaves its trace in the air when walking, and that creates an interesting contrast between the subtlety of the blouse with the shorts in leather and a more rustic effect. A balance between the two.Copenhagen street style.© Photographed by Acielle / StyleDuMonde Copenhagen street style.

The blouses of the ‘second skin’ effect precisely define the silhouette of the wearer. A subtle nod to Ganni, a Danish brand that positioned itself as the leader of this trend a few seasons ago, and still enjoys its heyday. Blouses ‘second skin’ to dress in pants or jeans, while covering your arms and neck attractively. In this case, sensuality has nothing to do with the amount of skin that is exposed.Ellie Delphine in copenhagen street style.© Photographed by Acielle / StyleDuMonde Ellie Delphine in Copenhagen street style.

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