The best spring 2016 NYFW street style
Fashion month is here again and we’re SO excited! As much as our fashion-forward staff loves checking out the fresh looks on the runways, we’re even more into the street style. NYFW street style is not for the faint of heart – these are MAJOR fashion moments.
Here are the looks that inspired us at New York Fashion Week.
Chiara Ferragni’s jacket with patches (photo by YoungJun Koo for The Cut)
The very eighties rainbow unicorn is definitely the best patch, not least of all because it perfectly coordinates with her multi-hued mini.
Margaret Zhang’s lacey top (photo by Victoria Adamson for Refinery 29)
Blogger Margaret takes a lace top with a prim, vintage silhouette and turns it on its head by wearing it with just a bralette underneath. The pattern on her skin looks almost like a huge, intricate tattoo from afar.
Aymeline Valade’s minimalist vibes (by Youngjun Koo for The Cut)
While we love the turbocharged looks the other street style stars rock at fashion week, we’re also partial to model Aymeline’s no-nonsense look – it’s all about simple pieces in neutral shades.
This fashion insider-inspired dress (photo by Drierly S. for Racked)
Whether the cartoon character on this girl’s flowy frock is supposed to be Vogue editrix Anna Wintour or simple a generic fashion girl, we absolutely love it! Bonus points for pairing such a girly dress with simple white kicks.
Isabella Burley’s girly glamour (photo by Phil Oh for Vogue.com)
We just adore the Dazed & Confused editor’s look. Her cotton-candy hair is perfection and the gingham skirt she’s rocking is SO next season!
This stylish duo’s pattern overload (photo by Drierly S. for Racked)
A striped button-down with a vibrantly printed skirt? Yes please! Even better if your BFF’s dress resembles a very fashionable ocean wave.
Leandra Medine’s daytime sparkles (photo by Victoria Adamson for Refinery29)
The Man Repeller founder proves the naysayers wrong – you can totally wear a glittery dress in the daytime. All it takes is a nineties choker, some stylish sunglasses, and a shirt nonchalantly tied around your waist.
These BFFs’ matching moto jackets (photo by Phil O. for Vogue.com)
The only thing better than one street style icon is two. You could totally DIY this using our Michelle Jacket in Black as a base.
Kate Foley’s prairie dress (photo by YoungJun Koo for The Cut)
The stylist and creative consultant proved the sweet can be just as eye-catching as sexy with this retro dress.
This boho layered look (photo by Victoria Adamson for Refinery29)
That clunky vest may seem unwearable, but layered over a whisper of a white maxi dress, it’s pure genius.