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Over 50 Must-See Street Snaps From Sydney Fashion Week

Apr 11 2014 - 9:50am

Because fashion never sleeps, neither does street style. With Sydney Fashion Week happening down under, showgoers and insiders are out in full force, putting on their own show beyond the runways. Even if we're not Fashion Week bound, we're always seeking style inspiration. This time it comes in the form of Spring-perfect leather, classic stripes, and statement heels. Scroll on to see the best of Sydney's street style thus far.

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Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

Margaret Zhang balanced bold on top with sleek black bottoms.

Source: Le 21ème | Adam Katz Sinding [2]

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

One way to play up a classic navy palette is with quirky, all-over embellishment — not to mention, those killer shades.

Source: Le 21ème | Adam Katz Sinding [3]

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

Just one look could make you love the suit and the monochromatic trend.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

The updated Carrie Bradshaw look comes with lace-up heels and a borrowed-from-the-boys button-down.

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

It doesn't get cooler than Susie Bubble's kicks.

Source: Le 21ème | Adam Katz Sinding [4]

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

Turning heads with just a single, bright piece.

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

Nicole Warne's cheeky clutch is like the cherry — er, watermelon — on top of an already adorable look.

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

The look may be menswear inspired, but those details are all woman, from the pointed-toe loafers to the artfully draped jacket on her shoulders.

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

When in doubt, opt for easy separates and a great pair of heels — works every time.

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

Keeping it simple with just a little flair, via a pair of chic white pointed-toe pumps.

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

A testament to the fact that every girl should have one standout Summer dress in her closet.

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

Who says metallic can't work for daytime? This dress says it totally can.

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

Susie Bubble topped off floaty, sheer pants with a cool-girl tee.

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

Margaret Zhang makes asymmetrical layering work.

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

A borrowed-from-the-boys top meets a very ladylike bottom.

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

She amped up all black with a hint of her bralette and a pair of bold shades.

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

Keeping it sweet with a bell-sleeved baby doll dress and a pair of stacked, low-heeled sandals.

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

We'll never tire of a head-turning leopard print.

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

Even from the back, this look makes a statement.

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

This look isn't for the wallflowers — bold from head to toe, thanks to bright heels, megawatt sunglasses, and a printed bomber.

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

Plaid separates feel a little less prim and proper with a studded clutch in hand.

Source: Le 21ème | Adam Katz Sinding [5]

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

She played it casual up top, glam on bottom, and finished the whole thing off with the footwear of the moment: mules.

Source: Le 21ème | Adam Katz Sinding [6]

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

Source: Le 21ème | Adam Katz Sinding [7]

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

Sporty-cum-girlie when a sweatshirt meets a petal-pink skirt and pom-pom adorned mules.

Source: Le 21ème | Adam Katz Sinding [8]

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

The art of making sexy work for daytime with a chunky knit.

Source: Le 21ème | Adam Katz Sinding [9]

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

Embracing the model-off-duty uniform with ripped denim and a basic tee.

Source: Le 21ème | Adam Katz Sinding [10]

Street Style at Australia Fashion Week

Sharp proportions and an sharper black and white palette made this a super polished ensemble.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

Nicole Warne brought the pastels on her sherbet-hued slip dress.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

She could go right from the office to the runway in that classic sheath.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

Margaret Zhang topped off her gray palette with a unique minaudière and a bold red lip.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

A little slit went a long way in this slick black and white look.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

She gave a sexy skirt a little spunk with a slogan tee and a leopard-print clutch.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

Every day is a great day to wear a crown.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

Christine Centenera embraced all black with a bow-tied blouse and lace-up heels.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

If this doesn't make you a fan of neutrals, nothing will.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

This fit-and-flare dress didn't hit that overtly girlie note, thanks to an exposed zipper and knee-high boots to finish.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

The prettiest skirt and top set deserves equally pretty pink heels.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

Combat all-black boredom with high-wattage accents — her metallic kicks and coordinating shades certainly did the trick.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

Is there anything that feels fresher than a femme, full white skirt?

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

Margaret Zhang's asymmetrical hemline and oversize vest make her the perfect modern-day muse for the sophisticated, cool woman.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

Her simplified stripes and pleats remind us that great fashion doesn't have to be complicated.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

Christine Centenera's trademark look is equal parts sexy, on trend, and insanely cool. This blazer and pencil skirt look is clearly no different with a pair of open-toed booties and a fringed scarf to finish.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

If ladylike is more your speed, this showgoer got it just right, right down to her matching rainbow-dotted pumps and purse.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

Is there anything more classic than a camel coat? She scored even more style points with her black shift, loafers, and tortoiseshell frames.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

Not to be outdone in the sexy department, this duo brought cutout booties and a belly-baring crop top to the shows.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

File this easy outfit under "looks to re-create" — her chunky knit, white shirtdress, and knee-high boots make the transition from Winter to Spring all the more stylish.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

In a megawatt Kenzo [11] print and the glasses and footwear to match, she was all about turning heads.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

Bold shades and a bold jumpsuit looked as if they were plucked straight from Coachella.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

Fight all-black boredom with sheer details, asymmetrical hemlines, and standout footwear — like so.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

Her classic-with-a-twist look relied on Isabel Marant [12] lace-up heels and slouchy leather pants.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

Nicole Warne's ladylike look was all about Spring, thanks to a botanical print and a pair of powder-blue pumps.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

She brought the breezy Isabel Marant [13] babe vibe with a boho dress, beaded bag, and cutout booties.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

The crop top is alive and well down under.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

She updated go-to stripes with a classic leather jacket.

Street Style at Sydney Fashion Week

She matched her prints for a totally head-turning effect.