The 7 Street Style Trends That Dominated Fashion Month
We told you what you'll be wearing come Spring, but you still need to get dressed right now. And while you can easily peek back at the Fall runways for guidance, the most wearable looks come by way of the street style stars. And there was plenty of inspiration in that camp this Fashion Month. From statement-making accessories to ensembles that made our busy days a little brighter, these are the top seven trends we spotted during Fashion Month. And the ladies in New York, London, Paris, and Milan pulled them off flawlessly. Scroll through to be stunned by the details of their on-point outfits, and then take note — should you want to stop a little traffic too.
A Dose of Fur
We were hard-pressed not to find a fur embellishment every time we turned around during Fashion Month. From luxe clutches we'd die to hold onto to fuzzy separates we suspect offered lots of comfort, this is one trend we can definitely get behind.
Forget rips and shreds — though there were plenty of those on the streets, too — it's all about the handmade quality right now. Quirky patches, paint blotches, and unexpected quotes are where it's at. DIY it or buy it — you'll be turning heads wherever you go.
The Ultratall Boot
Whether you prefer your boots in leather or suede, with an intricate pattern or jet black, the over-the-knee boot is back — and sporting a pair of these gives you the chance to show off a little leg, too.
Matching Sets With Crop Tops
The juxtaposition of something sporty and something prim and ultratailored feels fresh — especially on the street, where personal fashion choices are pretty limitless. And an oversize suit jacket gives you more coverage, should you not want to emphasize your midriff quite so much.
The Utilitarian Jumpsuit
Don't get us wrong, any jumpsuit makes for a supersimple, effortless outift. But there's something about the oversize, slouch look that appeals to us. And wearing one with heels totally redefines the word "chic."
Finished With Fringe
From fringe tassels that adorned heels to outfits completely devoted to the detail, this is a look that's sticking around for a long time. The added bonus? It's really fun to twirl around when you're covered in fringe.
The Mixed-Print Skirt
Sure, you may be a style savant with a knack for print mixing, but when it's already done for you on one single piece — that's a beautiful thing. The quirky girls like to add-on even more patterns to their looks — and there ain't nothin' wrong with that.