September 10, 2019
New York Fashion Week's spring shows have wrapped up for another year, and as always, the street style was just as intriguing as the runways themselves. The trends snapped on the streets included 70s hues of mustard yellow and burnt orange, bucket hats, exaggerated shapes, interest bags and accessories, clashing animal print, and suiting and matching sets.
Below is a roundup of the best street style looks from NYFW 2019:
Orange and blue are made for each other.
Eva Chen wears a skirt suit set in subtly clashing prints.
Neutral tones and interesting layers.
Polka dots, but make it cool.
Two plaids are better than one.
A great belt creates chic shapes.
A mummy and me moment in clashing animal print.
Charlotte Groeneveld pairs a plaid suit with a graphic tee.
Leonie Hanne wears a sweet florals cinched with a fantastic belt.
A statement trench is an outfit in itself.
When in doubt, put it in neutral.
Lisa Aiken is cool in 70s hues.
Images shot by Tyler Joe for Harpers Bazaar.
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