How To Get Your Hands On One Of Those Viral Street Style Items From Fashion Month

While the runways of Fashion Month are full of aspirational trends — from exaggerated collars to bubble sleeves — the streets are where we find inspiration for everyday dressing. This season, several wearable street style trends emerged, like hot pink, socks with loafers, and head-to-toe leather. And unlike seasons prior, comfort was a major priority, with show-goers gravitating toward sweatshirts, biker shorts, and loungewear like never before.

But as usual, the real standout pieces were the accessories. Staud Moon bags and Petit Kouraj netted bags were favored among the fashion set, not to mention the ubiquitous Bottega Veneta square sandals and tiny Jacquemus handbags. And to our delight, fashion enthusiasts traded in their vertiginous heels for comfy sneakers, stepping out in limited edition shoes by Sacai X Nike and classic Converse All Stars.

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As for the outfits themselves, attendees took a dichotomous approach to dressing, wearing slip dresses with cowboy boots, netted gowns with chunky heels, and tulle styled with sneakers. Ahead, shop 8 statement pieces at Fashion Month, as seen on the R29 New York fashion team.

Pictured (L to R): Jessica Andrews wearing a Shrimps dress and bag, Missoma necklaces, and Dior shoes. Channing Hargrove wearing a Fendi dress, Alexandre Birman boots of her own design, and a Petit Kouraj handbag.

Taylor Baldwin
Dresses with poufy sleeves were a favorite at Fashion Month, especially when styled boldly with chunky-heeled loafers.

Eliza Huber in Cecile Bahnsen dress and Nicole Saldana loafers.
Taylor Baldwin
One of the most coveted accessories this season was the Petit Kouraj netted handbag, styled here with a collared dress and cowboy boots.

Channing Hargrove in a Fendi dress, Alexandre Birman boots of her own design, and a Petit Kouraj handbag.
Taylor Baldwin
A major street style trend? Sheer dresses with a peek of lingerie, or in this case, biker shorts underneath.

Jessica Andrews wearing a Cecile Bahnsen dress, a Chloe bag from Rebag, Aritzia biker shorts, and Dior shoes.
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Taylor Baldwin
A surprising trend at Fashion Week was the return of the bandana, worn here draped around the neck to add interest to a classic white dress.

Eliza Huber wearing a Zara dress, a SVNR scarf, an IMAGO-A bag, and Nicole Saldana loafers.
Melodie Jeng
Logomania is here to stay, according to show-goers in Milan. Outside the Gucci show, we spotted plenty of logo-heavy wares, from skirts to tights to handbags.

Jessica Andrews wearing a Gucci skirt and Malone Souliers shoes.
Taylor Baldwin
The Telfar shopping bag continued its reign as the It bag of the season, popping up in every color from white to navy to taupe.

Channing Hargrove wearing a LPA dress, a Telfar bag, and Reebok by Pyer Moss sneakers.
Taylor Baldwin
Though it didn't start with the Spring 2020 season, the underwear-as-outerwear trend gained even more prominence this time around, worn by itself or layered underneath a netted dress.

Eliza Huber wearing a Shrimps dress, an IMAGO-A bag and Nicole Saldana loafers.
Taylor Baldwin
The days of trekking from show to show in painful heels are over: this season was all about comfortable footwear. But showgoers didn't sacrifice style to relieve their tired feet, opting for colorful sneakers like these Sacai x Nike limited edition kicks.

Jessica Andrews wearing a Zara dress, Tory Burch handbag, and Sacai x Nike sneakers.
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