15 Looks We Loved From NYFW

Yesterday marked the last day of NYFW, and we've got to be honest: This season it sort of felt like we were viewing the runway through a sepia lens—meaning, things were a little more blah than we're used to seeing. Luckily, there were some designers that delivered on electrifying and more-than-inspiring looks, from Suno's no-fail parade of prints to the pink punctuation in the accessories at Tibi (a new favorite of ours!). We've rounded up our favorite Fashion Week looks that we can't wait to include in our fall wardrobes!
Click through to see our favorite NYFW looks!
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Rodarte—Have you ever seen a more perfect pair of pants with a more perfect blouse? We sure haven't.
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Tibi—Sometimes we love plain-old-pretty—and a pop of pink against the camel base does it for us.
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BCBG—Who knew turtlenecks could be so sexy? We love the '70s vibe of this look.
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Jason Wu—There's nothing Jason Wu does better than a sweet, little cocktail frock. This one is perfection.
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Preen—When prints are this spectacular, you can't help but mix 'em. This is what we imagine Escher would have worn if he was a super foxy lady.
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Rachel Roy—This dress should come with a personal band to follow you around that only plays "Black Magic Woman."
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Thakoon—The print-mixing is awesome here, but we love the idea of wearing a vest as a shirt.
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Proenza Schouler—Blown-up digi prints manifest themselves in this geometric, see-through eyelet top (try saying that three times fast). This is going to be the piece to get your hands on this season.
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DKNY—Leather jacket? Check. Cape coat? Check. This is how to incorporate the two hottest outerwear pieces with none of the bulk and all of the swagger.
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Boy, Band of Outsiders—We're obsessed with the '90s, soft bag hats (put us down for an order, Scott!). The mix of grays and the red, laced boots are also inspiring us.
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Yigal Azrouel—Though a fairly conventional look, we love the color combo and the thick, angular shape created by the textile—almost origami-esque!
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3.1 Phillip Lim—The beading on the arms totally looks like hedgehog spikes, something that'd come in handy during intense sample sales.
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Rachel Comey—It's Wuthering Heights for the contemporary woman. The suede boot, wool coat, and silk dress combo is the most delicious mix of colors and textures.
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Suno—Suno always busts out the best prints, but we love the idea of layering skirts even more.
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Karen Walker—We love the windbreaker detailing on this sweetly printed floral dress.