These Are the 7 Most Wearable Trends to Come Out of NYFW
The trends we see on the runways, while definitely entertaining and intriguing, aren't always so translatable to our everyday outfits. But the outfits of the showgoers themselves? Now those we can relate to. Here are the top seven trends we spotted at New York Fashion Week that we actually plan to incorporate into our wardrobes.
Pour out a box of SweeTarts candies and you'll find the most popular outerwear color palette of the moment.
Colorful Faux Fur
Speaking of unnatural colors, the front rows of shows were filled with women in faux-fur coats and toppers with fuzzy trims in any and every hue except for ones you might actually find in the wild.
Shades of Beige and Brown
Monochrome outfits are almost always a popular choice at fashion week, but this year saw a lot more head-to-toe shades of tan than anything bold or bright.
Winter’s more covered-up alternative to the one-and-done dress. All you need to do is add a solid sweater underneath and pull on a pair of boots, and this two-piece is ready to go.
Some sported the chilly pastel all over, others chose to go with one stand-out piece, but either way this polar-vortex-inspired shade certainly stood out from the pack as a popular (and show-stopping) trend.
Proof that even in winter this hippie trend looks chic and modern.
Yes, they can indeed be fun. Bright pops of color, interesting details like ties or bows and unexpected fits helped make this winter staple feel fashion week ready.