In news that should come as no surprise to anyone, the good people of NYC know how to throw together a *fire emoji* look—and especially when it comes to nailing NYFW trends.
Of all the major fashion capitals, we’re tempted to say that the pavements outside the NYFW shows serve as the greatest proverbial oracle when it comes to predicting what we’ll all be buying for the forthcoming season. And this year did the exact opposite of disappointing—our shopping carts are as excited as our bank accounts are scared, ‘cause there was just So. Much. Goodness. to be had.
NYFW may be well and truly over, but these trends will be providing us with inspiration for many moons to come. As always, it’s advised that you try ’em out while they’re still haute.
Many thanks to cutie Alyssa for confirming what we knew to be true: hair clips are here to stay. When it comes to masking the fact that you skipped washing your hair or when it is being frightfully unruly, clips are truly Our Lord and Saviour. And, they’re cheap too!
SHOP THE LOOK: Okay, I know I said cheap, but if you are looking to treat yourself, this GUCCI clip has got your name all over it (actually tbh it actually has their name on it!). If I had you at cheap, you can still make your outfit on trend with these Valet shell clips instead.
Wow. Animal prints really shot to ubiquity overnight, huh? The streets of NYFW are out there looking like a jungle—anywhere we look this season, you can bet that an animal print will be staring us in the eye.
On first glance, these may be a little too far gone but once paired back with everyday basics, chunky sandals are an easy way to toughen up any outfit and give it a super ‘fash’ edge.
This trend is going to reoccur for seasons to come because it’s the only fabric needed to make an outfit standout. It surprisingly compliments absolutely everything else and is a favourite of all ‘It’ girls worldwide including Alexa Chung.
We’ve poached a lot of trends from Avril Lavigne over the years, and now we’re here to claim one more: skater belts. We’ve already seen how effortlessly cool they look paired with baggy jeans, and now this street style accessory is out here showing that they can do so much more than just hold up a pair of pants.