10 Of The Biggest Street Style Trends You Can Shop Now

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And that's a wrap on New York Fashion Week! Each year we look forward to the peacock-ing pomp and circumstance that surrounds fashion's bi-annual event almost as much as the runway shows themselves. Street style has become an event for fashion's movers and shakers to get creative with the latest from luxury and indie designers.
While the street style looks we saw this season were every bit as flashy as their predecessors, they didn't quite hit their stride. Where past events have been a hot spot for discovering new styling tips, new "must-have" handbags, and new brands, there was a lot of the same old, same old. But that's not to say there weren't a few standout trends that we're still adding to our shopping lists. If anything, the most worn street style pieces reinforced all of the items we loved from the fall/winter '18 runways (read: cheetah, suiting, and neon). And best of all? They're actually available for purchase. Ahead, find 10 influencer- and editor-approved trends to venture into this fall.
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Animal Prints
We all knew the onslaught of leopard and cheetah prints was coming. They were rampant on the runways in February and have only exploded in stores since. For a more unexpected route, opt for the zebra and snakeskin, which are making just as big of an appearance.
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Blazers Over Dresses
There's always one good styling takeaway that emerges. Ditch the pantsuit and pair your blazer with a midi- to maxi-length dress or skirt instead.
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Belt Bags
The belt bag trend is still raging, but instead of sporty packs worn as a crossbody, influencers and editors are leaning towards more sophisticated styles worn around the waist.
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Cowboy Boots
Giddy up and put some pep into your shoe game. We told you cowboy boots were coming. It's been a slow burn, but it looks like they're here to stay.
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Neon
Be it (s)lime green, vibrant purple, electric orange, or hot pink, highlighter-hued neons were in abundance at fashion week.
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Boiler Suits
From editors to models, the one-piece outfit was a go-to for everyone running between shows.
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Bold Raincoats
NYFW saw a few rain days this week, but attendees didn't let that get ruin a good outfit. Between bold prints and transparent styles, there was a lot of rain coat inspiration to go around.
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Nude Suiting
We expected to see a lot of suiting this season, but the sea of nude sets threw us for a loop.
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Sheer/Bare It all
Prepare to bare it all. But if modesty is more your jam, get creative by pairing your sheer picks over pants, printed blouses, or cute underwear. You can find a few more sheer styling ideas here.
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Bold Sneakers
Street style is a moment to go big or go home. If some of the bolder trends are too risky for your day-to-day, sneak some creativity into your outfits with the colorful sneaker trend.
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