100+ Outfits We're Copying From The Streets Of New York City

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If you've been going to, or following, Fashion Month for some time, it's hard to imagine a moment before street style — and its unofficial motto, more is more is more — reigned supreme. Oversized sunglasses with twists, twirls, and glitter; bags that look like dogs, dolls, or fruit; and full head-to-toe designer looks completely took over. A parade of over-the-top peacocks became the norm.

This season, however, we're finally starting to see a shift. In the Vetements-era of streetwear and oversized everything, the rebirth of nostalgic brands like Juicy Couture and Champion, and graphic T-shirts that look like they were bought at a gift shop, a different aesthetic is making its way into street style — and it's a lot more, dare we say, chill.

Want to pair that A-line skirt with a thrifted tee? Go for it. Planning on ditching your heels for sneakers all week? By all means. Not only are the vibes way more laid-back, but it means that the outfits we're seeing are casual, practical, and, most importantly, easy to emulate. Has the era of peacocking officially passed?

Click through for a dose of minimalism that might have you saying yes.
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Pajama pants and flat sandals. Points for practicality.
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We love how this ankle-sock-and-sneaker combination balances out a super-feminine dress (and how the two color-coordinate perfectly).
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Shall we say this bag is the cat's meow?
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Keepin' it cool, casual, and comfortable.
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Yes, this is our second kitten sighting.
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Knot your classic button-up in the front, because why not?
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Three's company, everything looks better in threes, etc. etc.
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Major sleeve envy. We're also imagining how good this top would look with high-waisted jeans.
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Built-in ventilation, the key to surviving sticky summer sweat.
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It's thrifted! (Okay, it's actually Reformation, but who doesn't love a good vintage-inspired frock?)
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Play with proportions. We dare you.
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Two-toned and two hems: for when you can't make up your mind in the morning.
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See how good a band tee looks with a more office-ready pencil skirt?
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When the robe coat meets the white button-up, you get a little slice of magic like this.
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That bag. That suit. Let's talk about them both separately, but also how amazing the two look together, even in completely different color palettes.
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Too many accessories to love, but these colored locks stand out the most.
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Party from the front and the side.
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We never thought of pairing grandma heels with our jorts, but Jenny Walton convinces us otherwise.
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Wear your sweater like a scarf. It's the Man Repeller thing to do.
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An allover print is one of the easiest ways to look instantly put-together.
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"Monaco, is that you?"
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Sometimes, two bags are better than one.
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Sheer clothing is a must on a super-hot day.
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Ketchup lovers, unite.
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Some light, ladylike lace goes a long way.
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This basket bag would make Jane Birkin proud.
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Levi's jeans, the ultimate street style staple.
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Proof jeans and a T-shirt will never steer you wrong.
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Yes to patent leather!
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The bigger the ruffles, the better.
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Off-the-shoulder is here too stay (furry sandals, too).
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Cooling down with some iced coffee and a skirt that catches the breeze.
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She's hitting the tennis courts after this.
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Black booties season, yessss.
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Mini skirts are back.
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"Unflattering" is the point.
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The big city's been too hot for anything but a breezy frock.
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Print-clashing done right.
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Pants are optional.
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Who said matching sets were dead?
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It's a sister thing with Aimee and Dani Song.
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Remember the dad hat? Introducing the dad polo.
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Olivia Palermo embraces the bell sleeve.
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#1 closet staple: a solid pair of jeans.
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Our global editor-in-chief Christene Barberich knows how to do a dress over pants.
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Mommy & me.
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For fall, layer your go-to slip dress over a ruffled turtleneck.
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A band tee, whether vintage or not, always looks good.
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When your top gives that D.I.Y. feel...
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Dress down a gown with a graphic long-sleeve tee.
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Show some skin, why don't you?
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Amp up the volume.
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This balloon-sleeve top is worth smiling about.
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Unzip for added ventilation.
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#SquadGoals.
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Toughen up a white, ruffled dress with black leather add-ons.
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Never underestimate a ladylike mididress.
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Of course, the choker trend makes an appearance at NYFW.
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Silk, leather, velvet — the gang's all here.
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Belt a wrap dress around the middle for extra impact.
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Yes to this preppy sweater vest.
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A shift and flats will keep you running around all day without a sweat.
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Early fall's the time to show some leg before the temps drop.
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Here's how Fenty by Rihanna looks, well, not on Rihanna.
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The most "Lemonade" look we've seen yet.
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Boot game strong.
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Baggy doesn't always mean sloppy.
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Are basket bags ever not wildly photogenic?
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Seeing spots, everywhere.
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Does this bag remind anyone else of Cinderella?
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Reminder, sleepwear can easily be streetwear. This lace camisole is proof.
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Jeans and a tee, but way less basic.
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Time to dig that flannel out from storage.
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Lingerie for daytime, we're into it.
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You won't regret investing in a trusty black blazer.
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Not your average sweats.
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Our Fashion Features Director Connie Wang carries her third (fifth?) eye in hand.
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Eva Chen shows off her baby bump in rainbow-spectrum stripes.
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Karlie Kloss goes all-navy-everything.
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Having a little too much fun.
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Sky blue sophistication.
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We've got a velvet crush on this badass look.
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Cropped flares look super stylish with minimal effort required.
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When your tunic catches in the wind just so.
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The stripes! The watermelon bag! The platforms! It's all too good to comprehend.
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Hari Nef goes boho in a floral maxi dress.
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Street style's favorite shoe, gold edition.
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Slip-dress layering, gingham, extra-long sleeves, and all-over floral — how many trends can you count?
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Switch up a ladylike skirt with an oversized blouse.
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Just peachy.
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R29'ers Emily Holland and Annie Georgia Greenberg working the crosswalk.
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Mustard-colored velvet is almost as sunny as the day itself.
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Outerwear can make the look.
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Wearing that miniskirt with pride.
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The kind of bright, colorblocked look that can stop traffic.
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Culottes aren't retiring yet.
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It's all about the slide sandals this #NYFW.
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You've got mail.
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Catching up on Instagram.
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These major pants deserve a double-take.
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We're no stranger to a dress over a shirt, but this intentionally disheveled take on the trend is just divine.
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Making Barbie proud.
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Black jeans pair well with even the quirkiest blouses.
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There's no such thing as too much patent leather.
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Vetements game is strong on the streets of New York.
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Not your typical black-and-white trackpant.
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Eleven from Stranger Things is more stylish than you thought.
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Every girly-girl needs a tomboy.
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Purple isn't fashion's favorite color — until now.
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No two white shirts are the same outside the shows of New York Fashion Week.
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Minibag meets miniskirt.
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Friends who pattern-play together, stay together.
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Our favorite $1 accessory makes a cameo at NYFW.
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Sleeve-interest continues to be an outfit focal-point.
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Tinted frames are the next big thing.
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Aimee Song makes a case for the return of the chandelier earring.
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Show some back.
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Frayed denim on stripes, what more could you really want out of an outfit?
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This Balenciaga tote is not to be confused with the 69-cent one you use at the farmer's market on Sundays.
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She gets an A+ for accessories.
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Experiment with your layering.
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Show some midriff.
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Patriotic in a good way.
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Let me Google that for you.
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Working the mules.
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The Hawaiian shirt was a street-style favorite this season.
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A lace dress and a baseball cap work better together than you might think.
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Disheveled done right.
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Connie Wang keeps it sleek and simple, topping off the look with a statement earring.
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It's a denim dream.
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Making a strong case for shopping in the mens' section.
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A rocker tee goes with everything, including red patent pants.
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