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Fashion Week Street Style Roundup: Tracking the Trends

Fashion Week Street Style Roundup: Tracking the Trends

With NYFW in full swing, we’ve scoured all of the best street style photos so you don’t have to, tracking the season’s hottest trends that are inspiring…and we’re dying to try. See what caught our attention.

Maximalist Magic

Attendees at Fashion Week were spotted boldly mixing and matching different patterns to embrace a maximalist aesthetic, turning the streets into a lively display of creativity experimenting with a mash-up of various prints, textures, and motifs.

Miso Clog, Thelma Boot

Sherpa Chic

The Sherpa craze this Winter is our favorite way to experiment with fashion while still staying warm. Play with color and texture by pairing your outerwear with other eye-catching pieces.

Hardy Boot, James Boot

Denim Daze

Cementing its status as a wardrobe essential—as if there was any question—denim (once again) proved its timeless appeal and effortless appeal, spotted both on and off the runway.

Miso Platform, Flora Pump

Ruffle Rage

Inspired by a resurgence of romanticism and whimsy, ruffles are all the rage right now. Their playful folds inject drama and flair into any outfit, whether it's delicate frills on a blouse or cascading tiers on a dress.

Penelope Ruffle Sandal, Brigitte Ruffle Mule

Green with Envy

Red will always have its place among the fashion set, but we can’t keep our eyes off of these charming shades of green—perfect for the slow transition into Spring.

Daisy Platform, Jasmine Pump

Business Baddies

Fashion Week street style proved that business doesn’t have to be boring. These baddies inventively styled classic business attire to give it an unexpected edge.

Ines Pump, Kate Hi Boot

Statement Tights

Vibrantly colored tights offer an ideal way to add excitement to any Winter ensemble. Pair yours with a neutral shoe.

Blair Flat, Blair Mule

Girl Vibes Only

The hashtag #coquette has amassed 14.6 billion views on TikTok, so we know there’s significant interest in feminized streetwear. It's no wonder we witnessed a bevvy of bows, pink hues, gloves, and cardigans between shows.

Jasmine Mule, Blair Block

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