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9 NYFW Trends You Can Totally Wear Now

Look runway-ready every day.
9 NYFW Trends You Can Totally Wear Now
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Look runway-ready every day.

Fashion Week has kicked off in New York, home of beloved brands like Monse, Michael Kors, Marc Jacobs, and more. As they envisioned the trends that are to come next year, these nine key styles that reigned supreme got us most excited! Below, check out the hottest trends we saw on the runways of NYFW:

Hot Hues

The millennial pink will always have a place in our hearts, but we're also making space for new hues that will dominate our closets. Choose from lilac, Pantone-predicted yellow, or orange to add some brights to your closet. But if you can't decide, Carolina Herrera says it's alright to wear them all at once!

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Michael Kors

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Badgley Mischka

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Sally Lapointe

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Carolina Herrera

Long Shirts

If you're not so keen to wear dress over pants yet, opt for extra long shirts and see just how chic it can look over your trousers. Asymmetric hemlines will give you that stylish flair and movement as you walk!

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Zadig & Voltaire

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Rosie Assoulin

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Nicole Miller

Jumpsuits

Jumpsuits are chic alternatives to dresses. While denim is best for a relaxed, laid-back look, satin can easily be taken from day to night!

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Public School

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Tibi

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Jason Wu

Half and Half

If you can't decide on one color or print to wear, we've got good news! Two-tone or half-printed pieces are en vogue this spring. You can opt for micro florals paired with pastel hues like Carolina Herrera's or toughen up your hoodies with a half-white, half-army green combination just like Public Schools'. Pair up your bright colors for maximum effect!

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Carolina Herrera

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Zero + Maria Cornejo

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Public School

Short suits

We're taking suits to greater heights via higher hemlines. Blazer + shorts combo is the hottest and not to mention easiest outfit to wear this spring. Just take a look at Kathryn Bernardo, who's already hopping on the said trend!

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Tibi

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Prabal Gurung

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Self-Portrait

Deconstructed Blazers

Breathe new life and add more edge to your fave workwear basics. Cut-out sleeves, along with buttoned and belted details, make your blazers good enough to be worn on its own!

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Vivienne Tam

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Dion Lee

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Tibi

Fanny packs

Perhaps one of our favorite trends, the fanny pack is here to stay! It's our secret to going hands-free everywhere we go.

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Zimmerman

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Vivienne Tam

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Noor by Noor

Straw Bags

The wicker bag is no longer just for picnics. We're learning to love it even more in various shapes and sizes. Plus points if it comes with added details!

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3.1 Phillip Lim

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Brock Collection

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Noor by Noor

Mini Bags

There's something intriguing about simply slinging a tiny bag over your body to complete an outfit. You can opt for thin, thick, or chain straps. Just see how they complement the looks below.

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Zadig & Voltaire

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Tibi

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Jeremy Scott

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