3 Key Pieces That Dominated NYFW Street Style
Street style is officially back!
All can rejoice because street style is finally back! As designers returned to the city to share fresh new collections, the designer adjacent—editors, buyers, stylists, and influencers—flocked to the streets in their best ensembles. And after a year and a half of sartorial dormancy, the looks were here to impress.
One of the main reasons we all love fashion week street style so much is because it serves as a time to behold stylish people as they reinterpret past seasons' runway looks in real ensembles. It's about style over fashion, when how you wear something is just as important as what you are wearing. It's also a time to see which micro trends have pervasive staying power and are worth the investment. With all that in mind, we've rounded up three must-have items that dominated the streets for you to incorporate into your wardrobe right now.
Corset tops from designers like Miaou and Dion Lee peppered the streets this New York Fashion Week as the city's most stylish experimented with new ways to wear it. Since the top exudes femininity and sensuality, we suggest opting for something a bit more relaxed or masculine on the bottom.
The crew outside the Thom Browne show alone cemented this staple as a style fixture for the season. From mini to midi to maxi and in nearly every hue imaginable, pleated skirts were everywhere this past week.
Though sweater vests are by no means a new trend, this New York Fashion Week served as a testament to their staying power. This season we saw them worn with nothing underneath and paired with baggy pants and Bermudas.