NYFW Street Style Has Hit Peak Comfy Levels


September is in full swing, which means that Fashion Month is officially underway. While we love scoping out the runways for next season’s biggest trends and keeping up with the glam looks at all the after parties, the best sartorial inspiration is often found out in the wild — aka the subway-grated streets of New York City. 

Undoubtedly, New York Fashion Week is the epicenter of street style, where you’re just as likely to spot haute couture out and about as you are likely to see a head-to-toe vintage ensemble that someone pulled from their grandmother’s closet. This season, our favorite street style looks are a delicate mix of edgy and sophisticated — we’re talking matching skirt suits, vibrant pattern mixing, and teeny tiny purses.

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Fun as the fashion may be, comfort is actually the true key during NYFW. Sure, sprinting from one show to the next in five-inch heels looks quite chic, but it’s far from practical. Fortunately, the sneakers-with-everything trend continues to dominate the scene, so the streets saw an abundance of distance-friendly footwear. Other low-maintenance favorites included bucket hats, belt bags, and Palazzo pants. 

Ahead, we’ve curated a collection of the street style looks we can’t get enough of and that all fashion lovers should reference for months to come.

Think Pink

A dark silhouette stands out with a splash of hot pink — naturally, in the form of a must-have mini bag.
Pink and white is a go-to combo that never goes out of style.
Why wear one shade of pink when you can wear them all?
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The key to maximizing your fave summer dresses? Bright layers underneath so you can wear them well into the cooler months.

Micro Bags

There's no end in sight for this trend — and the tinier, the better.
Ripped jeans, Chuck Taylors, and an itty bitty white purse = a match made in casualwear heaven.
This mini green crossbody pairs perfectly with a thick, light pink headband. Blair Waldorf would most certainly approve.
Leather on leather is a luxe fall vibe we can get behind.
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Skirt Suits

A white matching set is a polished classic. The lime green heels keep the look current.
Belted blazers are a must-have this season. Adorable child is an optional accessory.
Classic tweed and a structured leather croc-print bag exude sophistication.

Pattern Mixing

This style trick continues to reign supreme among the street style set.
Model Halima Aden nails her off-duty style in this regal floral print hijab.
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If you aren't matching your headband with your trousers, now is the time to start...
...or you can match your headscarf with your top, too.
Fresh floral patterns and silver accessories make for an unexpected, fashion-forward look.
Thick belts and statement headpieces upgrade the typical floral dress.
Victorian-inspired blouses are a classy choice no matter what, but we like them dressed down with dark denim for a more approachable look.
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Functional Footwear

White sneaks look fresh with this pastel yellow and rich lavender palette, which already has us thinking spring.
All of these shoes were clearly made for walking. Side note: Give us all the citrus shades, please.
Chucks are a clear street style favorite, and flatforms remain as popular as ever.
Sleek sandals help ground this metallic showstopper.
Flip-flops at Fashion Week. It's happening, people.
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Bold Handbags

A pop of red against this lush white maxi is cool and understated.
We love everything that's going on here, but those red and pink Chanels steal the show.
A mint green purse pulls together this technicolor ensemble.
A graphic T-shirt gets instantly dressed up with a plaid skirt, heels, and a lemon-hued crossbody purse.
What's more autumnal than oversized neutrals paired with a little burnt orange?
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Understated Classics

We love polka dots on everyone, especially on supermodel and mom-to-be Ashley Graham.
White lace tends to emanate bridal vibes, but paired with these festive hues, it translates into everyday elegance.
A plaid suit is a reliable choice regardless of season. The belted blazer is right on trend, and the loafers are both chic and practical.
The LBD gets an on-trend update with eye-catching sequins and chic white ankle boots.
You can never go wrong with a black-and-white combo, personalized here with playful accessories.
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Everyone needs a toasty outwear piece for fall. This sleeveless sherpa coat is the ideal transitional item to take you into cooler temps.

Fiery Hues

Pantone's Color of the Year, "living coral," is still going strong, as demonstrated by this head-to-toe orange ensemble.
What's better than an on-trend bucket hat? A bucket hat in your favorite animal print.
A little peek of creamsicle orange goes a long way against this easy all-white look.
Gold hoops add a hint of glam to any look.
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A pleated red dress is the flowy statement piece we need this season.
Workwear levels up with a burst of color and metallic accessories.

Sheer White

Sheer blouses are effortlessly chic and oh-so feminine.
The high neck is perfectly sophisticated.
A sheer white dress layered over a baby blue slipdress is equal parts relaxed and graceful.
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In The Nude

Trench coats are a wardrobe staple, and they pair flawlessly with an ankle-grazing pleated brown skirt.
Layered gold necklaces elevate this chic everyday trench.
This season's must-have pantsuit takes it up a notch in head-to-toe nude.
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