London Fashion Week doesn't only spotlight the designers on the official schedule, as it's also always a great endorsement for the Great British High Street too. Editors are just as likely to wear Marks and Spencers as The Row to the shows in London. This season there were eight high-street pieces that really caught our attention (and that we think will sell out soon).
First off, we have a pink corduroy trouser suit from Mango that I saw every single day, a pair of buttery-soft knee-length M&S boots and a handbag from Charles & Keith that no one will believe is only £59. But remember: You can't wait long to add these to your cart, as high-street pieces this good don't hang around for long. Scroll to shop the coolest under-£200 pieces blowing up on Instagram right now.
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