As New York wraps up its semi-annual Fashion Week, we’re itching with outfit inspiration. But not from the shows--we’re talking from the show goers. Here are our seven favorite outfits spotted on the streets.

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A Belted Poncho

French fashion blogger Camille Charrière draped a plaid wool cape over her shoulders and belted it in the most effortlessly rumpled way.

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Color-Blocked Layers

Further proof turtlenecks are here to stay: Casting agent Natalie Joos wore hers under a tweed shell and matching pants.

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Textured Monochrome

To pull off the tonal look like a pro, take a cue from stylist Annina Mislin and her varying fabrics.

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Winter Whites

This also works in whites, creams and blushes--like on British blogger Gala Gonzalez.

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The '70s Comeback

Unanimous girl crush Olivia Palermo stepped out in the next big color combo: mustard and olive.

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A Modern Take on Orange and Green

But if you need to feel firmly in the 21st century, look to blogger Aimee Song with her cobalt-trimmed cargo jacket and vibrant orange clutch.

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A Pop of Neon

Then again, hot pink (on fashion editor Shiona Turini) is fun, too.

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