New York Fashion Week may be in it’s final stretch, but we have been left feeling inspired by all of the incredible new designs and fun fashion trends. Designers like Coach, Dolce Gabbana, Tory Burch and Tommy Hilfiger wowed on the runways. From simple silhouettes to bold statements, this year’s NYFW did not disappoint. Today, we are diving into a selection of stand out trends and styles from the bi-annual fashion celebration.
NYFW Trends: Runway
The Slip Dress
How to wear it: Style this simple, yet feminine trend up or down. To wear a slip dress casually, choose a sleek pair of sneakers and opt for monotone styles and neutrals such as white, grey and black. To style up a slip dress, opt for a glittery or metallic clutch and strappy heels.
How to wear it: Find pieces that are made of lightweight material, such as silk. Colorful patterns can be worn elegantly and become versatile when on a luxe and soft fabric. When it comes to colorful patterns, have fun! Mix and match or pair with sleek separates.
How to wear it: Embrace the season and your unique taste. During fall, look for embroidered pieces that celebrate the rich hues of the season such as burgundy, navy, neutrals and deep purples. Fancy butterflies or flowers? Go with it! Find embroidered details that embrace your favorites.
How to wear it: When it comes to edgy trends like leather and studs, try pairing them with more feminine details like floral prints and soft or sheer fabrics. However, don’t be afraid to double up on the trend by wearing it twice in one outfit. For your hair and makeup, keep it simple or make it a sultry and smokey look. This trend is one to have fun with!
NYFW Trends: Street Style
How to wear it: Choose to rock bold tops by selecting your bottom pieces carefully. Go full-on bold by pairing the top with pattern or colorful pants. Choose to compliment the bold top by picking one color from it and matching it perfectly in your skirt. Or, keep it laid-back and cool by wearing the top with a pair of denim cutoffs or jeans.
Off the Shoulder
How to wear it: Just when you thought this trend was coming to an end, fashionistas have given it a fresh spin and made it the perfect statement for Fall! Off the shoulder details can come in the forms of tops and dresses, leaving plenty of room to spice things up. Wear your off the shoulder top over a turtle neck sweater for the ultimate layering look. Or keep things sleek by pairing it with a perfectly fitting pair of jeans. Want to sophisticate things? Style your off the shoulder top with a form-fitting midi skirt-make of the same color and you’ll look even more elegant!
Oversized Top + Jeans
How to wear it: Have fun with this trend! Whether your thing is florals, gingham, or stripes-don’t shy away from making a statement. That’s what this trend is all about. Choose to pair your oversized separate with straight-legged jeans. These will balance out the look. Clean cut, frayed hem or distressed details is up to you!
Cami over Blouse
How to wear it: Keep it neutral. Go for colors that are understated and patterns that are subtle. So, shades of blues, greys and creams. And patterns like stripes and soft florals. Try keeping your hair simple too with a top knot or low pony.
A few other memorable trend mentions would be the rise of 90’s style. Chokers, cami dresses and clunky shoes have made their way back into the limelight. Need inspiration? Just watch Clueless and copy Cher’s style. That infamous 90’s flick is full of revived trends.
Another chic trend to embrace this Fall is round sunglasses. Whether you prefer metallics like silver and gold, or neutral black frames-the streets of NYFW were filled with attendees sporting every style of round sunglasses.
Lastly, colors. There were definitely several stand out hues on the runway this NYFW. Red-Orange, Melon, Peach, Mint, Lemon, Navy & Plum, Black & White and Turquoise. We saw these shades on statement dresses with avant-garde sleeves, simple silhouette slip dresses, structured heels and edgy jackets.
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