New York Fashion Week is always one of the most wonderful times of the year, but sometimes, it's hard to keep up. Don't worry, we have you covered. Below we've very briefly outlined some of the trends we saw at this year's NYFW - both on the runway and on the streets! So if you're stuck on what to wear to the office, to school, or on any old day, check out our take on the it trends of the moment!

For the Office

Brandon Maxwell and Moschino both brought back classic office wear with a bold twist. Instead of a plain skirt suit or blazer, make your return to the office fun with bright colors, patterns, and even glitter.

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We've picked out two outfits from our own luxury pieces to give some inspiration when going back to work: this funky Libertine jacket paired with a sequined Oscar de la Renta top and Missoni plaid pants.
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Or - a bright Michael Kors blazer, matching Lisa Perry skirt, and a Tyler Ellis bag.

Back to School

One of the most prominent trends seen outside of the shows was classic sweaters and sweater vests. Bring back old school style for the New Year. 

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Choose a chunky Ralph Lauren sweater paired with a cute Gucci miniskirt and some comfortable Manolo Blahnik booties. Then check out all our sweaters and knits here!

Street Style 

If the runway and the attendees of fashion week taught us anything, it's that neons and prints are in. If you don't want to bring that to the office or to school, make sure you bring it to your everyday style!

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These pieces are inspiring us to try out the trends we saw on the street: the banana and flames Prada bag, fun Marni pants, a neon green Alexis Bittar necklace, and a multi-colored Missoni dress.

Sadly, the week had to end... but don't worry, there is always next season!

September 13, 2021 — Katreana Bellew

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