10 NYFW Trends Everyone Will Be Wearing This Fall
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10 NYFW Trends Everyone Will Be Wearing This Fall

New York Fashion Week is wrapping up and we have some stylish tea to spill.

When it comes to the next season of fashion, we want to make sure you are equipped with stylish looks that will be straight fire on the streets of whatever city you use as your own personal runway. From our view of the shows, it seems that designers from Tom Ford to Philipp Plein were purposeful in every single fashion moment.

NYFW dripping in ready to wear trends that we can't wait to rock this fall and we've picked the 10 best ones. Take a look!



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Throwback time! The leopard print pattern is back with a vengeance this fall and we are getting a 80's vibe from the visions we have seen on the runway. Joan Smalls is channeling 2018 Foxy Brown realness and we appreciate it.

Try this: HILFIGER COLLECTION Leopard print striped bomber jacket - $271 - FarFetch


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We can always depend on Jeremy Scott to break the rules and gamble with fashion accessories. These aren't your grandmother's tights, but you can definitely rock a pair of statement tights with an LBD or patterned skirt.

Try this: Accent Your Ensemble Tights - $15 - ModCloth


Regina George made pink super popular on Wednesdays. This week, we saw designers like Brandon Maxwell enhance the gorgeous shade to be full of drama. Perfect for girl bosses.

Try this: Perfect Penmanship Mauve Pencil Skirt - $36 - Lulu's


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Inspired by the amorous lingerie trend, bustiers give women the quintessential dose of sensuality. The Victorian era look is made perfect with an eccentric color, ruffles and a corset.

Try this: T by Alexander Wang Fitted Long-Sleeve Bustier Dress - $157 - Neiman Marcus


Constantine lit up the presentation scene with this head to toe sequin number. We are all about redefining the power suit and this suit screams, "I got the power!"

Try this: Alice + Olivia Jace Sequin Shawl-Collar Oversized Blazer & Pants - $687 - Bergdorf Freeman



This season, designers made sure to cover their muses in bold colors that were impossible to ignore. From popping reds at Brandon Maxwell to bright orange at Chromat and Cushnie et Ochs, bright lips were a constant. If you are looking to take a risk, try lining your lips with gold glitter to serve up extra face.

Product to Try:MAC Retro Matte Liquid Lipcolour in Feels So Grand - $21 - MAC


Cassie schooled us on how to master a great smokey high in 90 seconds. Keep those tricks in mind for the fall because this beauty trend will be a go-to look. Feel empowered to line your eyelid all around for full on fierceness.

Product to Try: Giorgio Armani Eyes To Kill Macro-Color Eyeshadow - $32 - Sephora


Oscar de la Renta was a fan of the burgundy-hued manicure. Paired with embroidered clutches, this mani was definitely a showstopping trend. It's always difficult finding a color that is both on trend and goes well with your style; bordeaux is just that.

Product to Try:Essie Nail Color, Bordeaux - $9 - Macy's


Bedroom hair was very prominent at the shows. This elegant but edgy accessory made for a refreshing addition. Many of our favorite celebrities love this look and, luckily, you can achieve it without breaking the bank.

Product to Try: Rows of Diamond Bobby Pins - $10 - Claire's


Less is always more. Once the fall season commences, find solace in your wash and go hair and simple primer. Many of the stylists from NYFW opted for models to air-dry their hair and a fresh face.

Product to Try: Cantu Cleanse Dry Co-Wash -$5 - Target

Which trend do you think you'll be rocking in the Fall?




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