5 Styling Tips From New York Fashion Week


SEPTEMBER 15, 2017

The spring/summer 2018 collections that showed during New York Fashion Week featured floor-dusting fringe, thigh-high boots and even some crystal-embellished underwear. But in a midst of it all, there were clues for how a chairman could indeed dress. Here, a roundup of tips and tricks desirous by a runways with new ways to wear things — some of that we substantially already own.

Calvin KleinCreditKevin Tachman

1. You Can Wear an Anorak Anywhere

It’s not usually a sporty coupler — though also a versatile styling piece. At Marc Jacobs and Oscar de la Renta, anoraks were shown over dusk dresses, while during Calvin Klein, one came layered underneath a brownish-red checked coat.

Victoria BeckhamCreditFirstview

2. Have Two Shirts? Layer Them!

Victoria Beckham showed short-sleeved shirts over long-sleeve button-downs during her open uncover for a demeanour that was totally fresh, generally since both shirts were in a same fabric. (The pivotal to a demeanour is to keep both a bit oversize and roomy.) This could work with resisting colors or prints as good — if we dare.

The RowCreditCourtesy of The Row

3. White Sneakers Clean Up Nicely

A elementary span of white sneakers: not only for your jeans and T-shirts. Why not try pairing them with a floor-length gown, like they did during a Row? Sure, it might not work for your black-tie gala, though a surprising pairing feels ultramodern — and value holding for a spin.

From left: Oscar de la Renta; Monse; Matthew Adams Dolan.CreditFirstview (2), Ron Adar/Wireimage

4. A Shirt You Can Get Lost in

You don’t have to wait compartment open to exam expostulate a oversize shirt look: mannish, hulk shirts were all over a runways — and we can wear them now. While some brands, like Oscar de la Renta, opted to uncover a large shirt on a possess with elementary white shorts, others debuted ones underneath boxy blazers and miniskirts with a cuffs and tails peeking out.

From left: Sies Marjan; Victoria Beckham; Zero + Maria Cornejo.CreditFirstview


5. If All Else Fails, Think Pink

This week, pinkish was everywhere — in many one-off pieces and head-to-toe looks. But we suspicion it worked best when it was color-blocked with resisting shades, like tomato red during Zero + Maria Cornejo and Sies Marjan, or with opposite tones of pink, like during Victoria Beckham.

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