19 Style Cues to Take From NYFW’s Chicest Women

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    Dust off your Western boots, get acquainted with a trouser suit and don’t pack away your floral summer dresses quite yet. The New York Fashion Week street style memo involves these three instructions and more. This week, the chicest of the pack has been out and about for the first few days of shows, turning the pavements into a new-trend party of sorts. The sun is shining, but the mood is truly autumnal, so the attendees are finding clever ways to start referencing the season without overheating in coats, chunky knits and tights. Sounds like some pretty timely inspiration for our own climate here in the UK, wouldn’t you agree?

    Keep scrolling to see the best street style looks from NYFW so far. Check back often, as we’ll be updating the gallery throughout the week.

    The puffiest of puffy sleeves and the strappiest of strappy sandals. We’re in love.
    Head-to-toe Baby pink is to be embraced—not to be scared of.
    Freddie Harrel and Paola Mathé make a strong case for prints and big earrings.
    Yes, some trouser suits (like this Chloé one) look coolest with nothing underneath.
    Vanessa’s white accessories will go with absolutely everything.
    A suit? An animal print? A cool drawstring bag? A pair of white shoes? This seemingly simple look ticks off so many trends.
    If Maria’s look doesn’t make you want to go out and buy some fluffy high-heeled mules, nothing will.
    Tartan is coming in strong for A/W 18. We like this school-girl formula with a white shirt and tights.
    Belt bags and slip dresses: two essential summer items still going strong.
    This Céline alphabet necklace is everywhere, we tell you!
    Never underestimate a shirtdress. It’s timeless and can be restyled in a thousand ways.
    Sweet dresses and bags look all the more current with sci-fi trainers.
    “Wear your gown to work” day? We’re behind that concept.
    Chunky boots and bare legs á la Gala Gonzalez are a must-try in these autumnal months.
    Animal prints are going to dominate this season—starting with leopard.
    Sculptural heels are a street style photographer’s dream.
    We’re going to see a lot more Dior saddlebags in the coming weeks.
    Sneakers plus a flowy dress? Yes. This look is all over the globe.
    Clashing Tory Burch patterns with snake-print accessories, Emili Sindlev wins again.
    View the original article: https://www.whowhatwear.co.uk/new-york-fashion-week-street-style-september-2018

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