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Nordstrom at New York Fashion Week

As New York Fashion Week draws to a close and we move on to Europe, here’s our round-up of the top 10 trends, essential pieces and big ideas you’ll need come next spring. See you in London!

1. The Crisp White Shirt


2. New Model Army


3. Loosen Up


4. Minimal Luxe Accessories


5. Delicate Jewelry


6. The Power of Pink


7. Daytime Shine


8. The Soft Full Skirt


9. Tropical Prints


10. The Utility Dress


The Fashion Office


On duty or off, the models of NYFW are absolute stunners. Our street fashion photographer, Crystal Nicodemus, grabbed snaps of some of our favorite gals fresh off the runways and looking fab. Keep an eye out for these faces in the future!


How amazing does Laetitia look in this bold noonday sun? She practically radiates grace and glamour. I love vintage, and this fifties-inspired look is beyond beautiful.

The full, patterned skirt is a must-have this fall, and burgundy is going to be the must-wear color, so Laetitia is right on point. Her simple pastel blouse is an understated complement to the statement skirt and heels.

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Shop similar styles:
Print A-Line Skirts | Nude Pumps | Button-Down Tops

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

Tracy Reese Skirt | Chloé Pump | Valentino Poplin Shirt

I’ve never been much of a fan of ruffles, but Jessica has converted me. Her cascading one-shouldered blouse is heavenly and her loose, wavy hair is an excellent complement. Jessica’s pairing of an extremely feminine top with tailored menswear trousers is an unexpectedly lovely case of “opposites attract.” The all-black palette keeps this look clean and evokes modern elegance.

Crystal Nicodemus


Shop similar styles:

Black Ruffled Tops | Black Pleated Trousers | Black Strappy Platform Sandals

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

Joie Silk Shirt | Chelsea28 Wide-Leg Trousers | Topshop Platform Sandal

No question about it: Margaret Zhang is one of my favorite Fashion Week girls! This blogger (Shine by Three) dresses with a confidence and deftness that belies her years. Still a student, she also manages a successful blog in Australia.

I adore suiting on women, and Margaret’s black and white look is pitch-perfect. I love the contrast, the sleek cut and the relaxed draping of her blouse and blazer. A cool leather backpack is an unexpected but totally clever touch.

Crystal Nicodemus


Shop similar styles:
Boyfriend Blazers | White Trousers | Black Leather Backpacks

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

Mural Boyfriend Blazer | Vince Wool Trousers | MICHAEL Michael Kors Backpack

Cosmopolitan magazine’s illustrious Fashion Market Editor, Shiona Turini, was gracious enough to let me do a mini photo shoot with her today. It was blazing hot, but she was a trooper! Shiona’s style is pure NYC femme. White is still one of the most popular colors of the year, but I like that Shiona added a little flavor to her look with a sleek snakeskin pencil skirt. But, I have to admit, my real obsession is that gorgeous patchwork Dior purse!

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Shop similar styles:
Print Pencil Skirts | Lace-Up Sandals | White Blazers

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

June & Hudson Print Pencil Skirt | Via Spiga Sandal | Theory Blazer

Well, hello, fringed shorts! I am so into this quirky look. There are so many interesting little details, but the all-black palette keeps things from getting too out of hand. I’ve spotted that metallic eye clutch all over New York and I’m starting to get a little obsessed. Retro patches are an emerging theme and Giselly’s cropped sweatshirt has some super-cute tattoo-inspired hearts on her sleeve. Those heavy-duty chain boots are yet another statement piece. Way to pull it all together!

Crystal Nicodemus


Shop similar styles:
Fringed Bottoms | Chain Boots | Black Crewneck Sweaters

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

ASTR Tassel Miniskirt | ZiGi girl Chain Bootie | Krochet Kids Sweatshirt

As I’ve mentioned a hundred times before, I am totally enamored with all things jumpsuit-related. Heidi’s striped one-piece has hypnotized me with its amazingness! The wide-leg cut is right on trend for the season, and I love how the fitted bodice keeps things balanced. By pairing this summery statement piece with a tailored navy blazer, Heidi has created a fantastic transitional ensemble to take her into fall.


Shop similar styles:
Print Jumpsuits | Blue Blazers | Grey Backpacks

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

Tart Stripe Jumpsuit | Maison Scotch Blazer | MARC BY MARC JACOBS Backpack

I am so envious of Danielle’s leather overalls! I have been coveting this style, but never had the guts to go for it. Now that I’ve seen how cool Danielle Bernstein (Weworewhat) makes this statement piece look, I think I’m ready to give it a try.

Danielle somehow makes what could be an over-the-top, edgy piece look urban chic and effortless. I love that she is rocking the white sneaker trend with her all-black ensemble. Well played, Miss Bernstein!


Shop similar styles:
Overalls | White Lace-Up Sneakers | Aviator Sunglasses

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

Current/Elliott Overalls | Superga Sneaker | Ray-Ban Original Aviator

I know I’ve already raved about stripes a dozen times, but they’re just the most versatile pattern ever! Nausheen’s bold, body-con pencil skirt and knotted silk blouse combo is yet another excellent example of casual urban femme.

As a stylist, Nausheen Shah is always thinking ahead, but keeps her roots in the classics. I wish I could have Nausheen style my outfits everyday!


Shop similar styles:
Stripe Skirts | Blue Silk Button-Downs | Classic Black & White Pumps

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

Theory Knit Skirt | Equipment Silk Shirt | Manolo Blahnik Pump