A lot of street style looks actually come from high street stores like Zara, Topshop and H&M.
READ MORE: I dressed like it was 1989. Here's what that looked like
But of course we see most of our favourite Insta-stars and celebs wearing Gucci, Givenchy and Chanel as they strut around outside the Fashion Week venues waiting to be snapped by all-too-eager photographers.
Don't be fooled. A lot of these influencers are gifted these garments by designers who use them as a kind of IRL advertisement. Easy fix? Do as I did and copy the looks at your favourite shopping stops.
Suits, whether patterned or plain, we are SO on board.
I like a bit of mustard with everything, which is why I was particularly keen on copying this 'colour-of-the-moment' look.
Zara: pants R879, blazer R1499.
Oversized jumper and skirt combo
This is perhaps not the most flattering of silhouettes, yet it's super comfy. Add a pair of ugly sneakers and off you go.
I just love the pairing of baby blue with copper or rust. This slip dress worn underneath an oversized knit called out to me!
H&M: dress R300 on sale, jumper R429.
We're seeing a lot of these worn with tracks, pleather pants and jeans. I especially love the vintage-looking 'grandpa's old coat vibe' I get from this...
My version #1
I need. This Zara jacket, R1099 is maybe the closest one can get to feeling home, when homesick.
Or if you're keen to do the grown-up Teddy bear thing, go for this H&M number, R899.
French girl chic
Jeanne Damas (pictured below) is of course THE It girl of Paris and she wears navy jerseys. This is a staple of French style and goes with EVERYTHING.
I loved this one from Trenery's new GUILD collection, R999, with three-quarter sleeves, which is what I'm getting for this transitional period between seasons.
Images: Getty and Marisa Crous