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Here’s How You Can Wear 3 Street Style Outfits From NYFW


by Niamh ODonoghue
13th Sep 2017
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From Cindy Crawford‘s daughter Kaia Gerber making her stunning runway debut (at the tender age of 16), Victoria Beckham’s simply beautiful showcase, to celebrity sightings at catwalks, it’s been a manic week at New York Fashion Week. But it’s not just the catwalk shows and guests that gain the most attention: often, it’s stylists, photographers, bloggers, and attendees outside the show spaces that can garner the attention of international photographers for their unique style and approach to seasonal dressing.? Take a brows through our gallery to see some of this years most-wearable street style picks, and shop three of our favourite looks below.

The Red Suit

We are in total awe with the quality of this red Penney’s suit from their latest autumn/winter 2017 collection. Costing less than your average Friday night takeaway (?41), it’s the perfect way to incorporate two of this years biggest trends into your new wardrobe; suits and the colour red. This is a true power piece.

Left; New York Fashion Week, Right; Penney’s red double-breast two-piece suit, €41

The Midi Skirt

The faithful midi skirt is here to stay for another season (rejoice!). We love the dramatic 3D texture of the cobalt blue and orange skirt (pictured below), and the metallic belt and sunglasses tie the whole look together. This year is all about colour, texture, and prints, so there’s plenty of room to manoeuvre with new patterns and textures.

Left; New York Fashion Week, Right;?Buttoned skirt, H&M, €49.99,?RAID Tegan Burgundy Stretch Sock Boots, Asos, €54.04, Turtle neck sweater, Zara, €8.39, Double buckle belt, Zara, €17.95

The Tie Trouser

With a dramatic high-waist, long leg and pockets, the modern cargo pant is the?perfect way to incorporate the 70’s theme into your aw17 wardrobe. While we love cream and beige, navy is crips and fresh and allows more exaggerated colours – like reds, green and oranges – to really pop. Team with chic sling-backs and you’re ready for New York in autumn.

Left; New York Fashion Week, Right; Wide waist pleated trouser, Cos, €79, Herringbone striped sweater, Uterque, €85, slingback, Zara, €59.95, Net bag, shopnanin.com, €13.43

Take a browse through our gallery above and start creating your own outfit combinations. We’d love to see them on social, so be sure to tag us on Twitter and @image_magazine and on Instagram at @image.ie.