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NYFW Shoes & Purses Meant For Each Other

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    New York Fashion Week is officially here! And, the only thing tougher than snagging invites to our favorite shows and after-parties (ahem, Alexander Wang) is deciding what to wear. So, whether you've already secured your front-row seats (go you!) or you're streaming the runway from your laptop (because we've all been there), we've got you covered. Sartorially speaking, that is.

    Striking the right balance of effortless-meets-cool-girl is easier said than done. Which is why we've gone ahead and taken the accoutrements out of the equation. That's right, we've teamed up 13 pairs of shoes and bags to get you from Jason Wu to Tibi to rag & bone and beyond! So, whether you're looking for a trusty flat to hightail it from venue to venue or a statement-making, stepper-and-clutch combo that'll have the street-style photographers flashing away — look no further. Now you can join the fun even if a trip to NYC isn't in the cards. All of the Fashion Week outfit inspiration you'll need is right this way.

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