We’re Calling It: Marie Kondo Fashion Is In

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Yes, Marie Kondo is the cutest ray of light we have ever seen. And yes, that includes her pastel cardigan sweaters. But when we say Marie Kondo fashion is in, we’re not talking about her style per se, but her whole mantra of wearing what sparks joy. (Ooooh.) It’s all about standout pieces you can mix and match that put a big fat smile on your face. So as you pare down your wardrobe to make room for things you love, take a cue from these maximalist trends we spotted from New York Fashion Week that prove fun fashion is officially in. Joy sparking, indeed.

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Colorblock Puffer + Printed Pants + Mules

If we could hold any one of these items in our hands, we’d immediately feel the joy.

Get the look: Nine West mules ($79); Penfield coat ($180); Saloni trousers ($198)

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Animal Print Top + Leopard Print Skirt + Snake Print Bag

Slow. Clap. For fitting three animal prints into one outfit.

Get the look: Steve Madden bag ($54); Equipment blouse ($100); Roberto Cavalli skirt ($276)

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Metallic Puffer + Bold Pants + Top Handle Bag

These pants are literal sunshine. Smiling yet?

Get the look: Dooney & Bourke handbag ($119); Splendid puffer ($160); Akris Punto pants ($395)

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Faux-fur Jacket + Matching Suit + Graphic Top

One of Meghan Markle’s favorite colors never fails to flatter. So wearing it head to toe is a total yes.

Get the look: Rebecca Minkoff ($174); Elie Tahari pants ($268); Polo Ralph Lauren blazer ($298)

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Plaid Coat + Neon Turtleneck + Neon Ankle Boots

Go all in with double the bright hues.

Get the look: Sam Edelman boots ($80); A.L.C. turtleneck ($275); Balenciaga coat ($3,400)

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Structured Blazer + Sequin Dress + White Booties

Who says you can only wear your favorite glitzy dress on New Year’s Eve?

Get the look: Carlos by Carlos Santana booties ($69); Dress the Population dress ($224); Rag and Bone blazer ($550);

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Colorful Faux-fur Coat + Floral Print Maxi Dress

Pure optimism in outfit form.

Get the look: Halogen coat ($100); Rixo dress ($273)