Lessons In Layering Is One Of The Streets Style In The World
In a sea full of (typically black) hats, scarves, gloves, coats, and boots, standing out requires creativity and skill. By opting for furry accents and bold, colorblocked jackets as well as utilizing socks and tights as statement accessories (while doubling as additional insulators), it is possible to look fire…even when it's too-cold-to-text outside. Plus, layering (especially in an unexpected way) is the key to cold-weather sartorial success — just look at the outfits in the slideshow ahead.
As it turns out (unsurprisingly), the fashion set knows how to make some crazy-cool clothing combinations when they're forced to pile on as much as possible. Wearing a sweater over a jacket, rather than under? Absolutely. Two coats instead of one? You bet. Now is the time to break the style rules, and what better way to start than by pulling inspiration from the bundled-up (but still totally major) outfits ahead? Sorry, Jack Frost, but you've got nothing on Fashion Week.
A blanket coat we're reading to cozy up in, now.
Go on, rep your favorite brand.
According to Olivia Palermo, matching sets aren't going anywhere.
John Lennon-style shades give this mostly black look an extra edge.
Dancing in the streets...
Stripes on stripes on stripes.
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Show-Stopping Handbags From Fashion Week
On the streets of New York during Fashion Week, there's a lot to take in. And considering the single-digit weather has necessitated all manner of out-of-the-box winter items (we're talking colorful faux fur jackets, oversized knit beanies, and funky socks), the street style spotted this season has been dizzyingly good. But if there's one thing we want to zero in on, it's the handbags; they are, after all, among the only pieces you actually wear every day.
This past week, in particular, the purse selection was particularly good, with designer It bags; vintage, one-of-a-kind gems, and loud, graphic pieces dominating the streets of NYC. With so many colors and unexpected shapes making an appearance, the images ahead might just be the final push of inspiration you need to ditch your reliable black carryall in favor of a more statement-making alternative. Click through to see the ones that made us look twice — and let us know what style you can't wait to get your hands on.
If you love a neutral bag but are tired of your same old silhouette, a version with geometric construction and contrasting seams can make a world of a difference.
The old-school box bag is having a moment — this white option with gold detailing makes any outfit instantly more feminine
What's not to love about a ladylike top-handle bag in a classic red?
What we wish we got for Valentine's Day.
Use a bright crossbody to add a pop of color to an otherwise monochromatic ensemble — or, in this case, to an already-poppy one.Đăng bởi Tố Uyên Tags: Black, Blanket coat, Fashion Week, handbags, Layers, New York City, Street Style Fashion, streets