Get the Look: Winter-to-Spring Styles at New York Fashion Week
Photos by Crystal Nicodemus
New York Fashion Week proves that come February, everyone is eager to inject some spring into their wardrobes—even if the weather is not exactly cooperative. Street stylers didn’t let chilly temperatures dampen their color moods, braving the cold in brightly colored coats, puffers and power suits. Primary hues and crisp, white booties continue to dominate the city streets and have us looking to warmer seasons ahead.
It may still be winter (for just a couple more weeks!) but our favorite bloggers and Insta-stars serve as our springtime muses. Ahead, a collection of our favorite looks, plus links to shop similar styles.
The power suit gets a patriotic update with this loud, red and blue striped rendition. The bold print takes your average pinstripe to daring new heights, the likes of which were first predicted by Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia at Monse’s fashion pep rally last fall. Paired with all-white, heeled loafers, the ensemble harkens a menswear vibe, while being undeniably fierce and feminine.
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The uber-fashionable teddy bear coat trend continues to gain steam with exciting iterations and pairings. The breezy movement of this white, pleated skirt is offset by the the fluffy overcoat, which cozies up an otherwise airy outfit and makes it more appropriate for transitional spring weather.
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Vanessa Hong wears the color of the moment in the form of an oversized, faux fur coat. The neon yellow outerwear is the standout piece in the fashion blogger’s sporty-casual outfit—the hoodie and distressed jeans are elevated by a pair of Balenciaga sock booties.
Linda Tol‘s mixed-textile coat is the perfect outerwear for spring thanks to the cheery pastel pink hue. Layered over a grey blazer tucked into a pair of jeans, this looks gives your weekday office wardrobe a contemporary twist. Did someone say casual Friday?
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