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New York Fashion Week Street Style

New York Fashion Week is where we see the latest collections from all the designers and get a glimpse of fashion’s most stylishly dressed fashionistas and this NYFW didn’t disappoint!

The street style at fashion week has become just as important as the runway shows themselves. The city is filled with trendy bloggers, celebrities, social media stars and stylists taking the catwalk to the streets and making fashion statements all over town. Style Doctors were there to see all the action on and off the runways!

During seven days of fashion week, we saw a different trend emerging almost every day and here is my run-down day by day.

Day 1 & 2

On the first day we saw neutral colors were the go to style. Show-goers showed us how simple colors like beige, and browns can be worn head to toe to create a stylish but somewhat understated fashion statement. On the second day it was all about puffer jackets; but to be more exact – vegan leather puffer jackets from the contemporary Budapest brand Nanushka.

All About Outerwear

Neutrals, statement coats and color coordination at NYFW | Images via Vogue

Day 3 & 4

The third day of fashion week definitely got brighter and we saw an array of colorful coats being displayed by the fashion crowd.

The cold weather didn’t stop the crowd from showcasing their unique sense of style with their bright colored cozy coats.

For the fourth day the styles got a little more ‘grown-up’ as plaid suits were the street style favorite amongst the crowd. It seems like plaid won’t be going anywhere any time soon – just like turtlenecks!

Day 5 & 6

The fifth day turtlenecks were a must for the fashionistas as they served an important purpose by keeping the show goers warm (it’s NYC in February after all!) These wardrobe staples also provided versatility so otherwise dramatic outfits. We always find that these are on our shopping lists when styling clients. On the sixth day of fashion week, color coordination was very important. Most of the crowd decided to match their coats to their head-wear, or would just completely match their entire outfit and even match their head-wear to their shoes. This day was all about H2T dressing (that’s head to toe dressing).

Day 7

Lastly the seventh day was focused on a staple piece that will never really go out of style and that is the moto jacket. This day fashion-goers ditched their colorful coats and jackets, and they opted for this timeless piece that can be styled with mostly everything. Hey, it was the last day of  NYFW after all and even fashionistas like to dress down sometimes.

NYFW Street Style Outfit

Fashion Blogger Aimee Song is no stranger to NYFW and she plans her outfits for the events very carefully. For this look she wore at NYFW, she focused on paring earthy neutral colors for a chic and timeless look that could easily be worn outside of Fashion Week.

A lot of the time neutral colors seem safe, but it’s all about finding the different textures and silhouettes that elevate this style.

When choosing a more muted palette, great care needs to be taken when choosing the shapes. This asymmetric camel colored skirt and the exaggerated sleeves on the top add drama and interest.

Top | Skirt | Bag | Boots | Necklace | Trench

A classic trench is something we say in most closets but we love how Aimee gave this a new edgy feel by styling it with the skirt and contrast boots.

The great thing about neutrals and earthy tones is that you can wear lots of different colors in one outfit and still look put together.

If you feel the need of adding a pop of color amongst all the neutral, you can change the top to another color that will complement the rest of the neutral color palette you have going on.

Are you wanting to create stand-out looks yourself? Why not book a time and money saving styling session with one of our stylists in Miami or New York here.

by Yessenia

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