It’s the end of New York Fashion Week which means tons of stylish women roaming the streets of New York City in their most chic and fashion-forward outfits. I thought it would be interesting to find some of my favorite street style looks from NYFW and show you how you can recreate them. This idea actually came to me from long-time subscriber and friend Candace W. I love it when you all give me blog topic ideas.

Below, you’ll find four of the trends I’m seeing in NYFW street style and outfit ideas for you to try them. We are showing you how easy they are to implement. You can shop each of the looks under their sections, plus more options in the boutique at the end of this post. Now, let’s talk about how to get NYFW Street Style.

Best NYFW Street Style Trends

I want to mention that New York Fashion Week shows us a lot of different trends for the upcoming seasons. The fashion shows on the runway are always cutting edge and sometimes a bit hard to envision at home. But the interesting fashion really happens in what the spectators are wearing. This is NYFW Street Style at its best! Some trends I saw were monochromatic outfits, leather on leather looks, long coats, layering, boots and booties, and clean lines. I’m breaking down a few of my favorites of these below and showing you how easy it is to implement this yourself.


Best NYFW Street Style - Monochromatic Looks

A monochromatic outfit is one way to instantly look very chic and on-trend. As you can see, this woman is wearing pink wide-leg pants and a pink trench coat. To break it up a little she’s wearing a white Acne Studios tee. It’s sold out so I found a similar option. She’s also wearing very stylish snake print boots and a gray handbag. The gold, chunky chain jewelry is another trend we’re seeing a lot of. If pink isn’t your color, you can create a monochromatic look with any other color you love. An all-white, beige or black outfit is always a chic option.


Leather On Leather

Best NYFW Street Style - Leather On Leather Outfits

This is a fun trend to try. This woman is wearing a black leather shirt-style jacket with black leather bucket waist pants. Under the jacket, she has on a mesh top to add some different texture. The black square-toe patent leather boots(note the lower heel) and Dior logo bag also give the look more texture. If you’re afraid of looking too edgy, try the trend by just getting a pair of leather/faux leather pants or a jacket. If you love it, maybe you can try the full leather on leather look.


Long Coats

Best NYFW Street Style - Long Coats

Long coats were all over the streets of New York. In all different colors, silhouettes, and styles. Including wrap coats, trench coats, oversized coats, and more. In this look, she’s wearing a gorgeous chocolate brown wrap coat over a camel dress and paired it with beige leather boots. I love all the subtle brown tones in this outfit. But the beautiful long coat really makes a statement.



Best NYFW Street Style - Layering Looks

The layering trend may be because it’s been in the 30s in New York this week, or because it’s effortlessly cool. This look includes an oversized camel coat layered over what looks like another white coat. The added layering accessory I love from this look is the Hermés scarf. I shared 14 ways to tie your Hermés scarf in a post you’ll love so make sure you check that out if you missed it.


Like I said, these are only a few of the amazing street style looks from NYFW. There are tons of photos out there that you can look at to find more of the street style and trends you love. But these were my favorite trends that I think are very doable. Shop these looks in the boutique below.

A HUGE thank you to Candace W. for the blog post idea. If you have a topic that you would like to submit for consideration, simply leave a comment below.

Happy Valentine’s Day! Have an amazing weekend.  xoxo – Tanya

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