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How Liz Uy Charmed The Sartorialist At New York Fashion Week

Take cues from her on how to get that street style photog's attention.
How Liz Uy Charmed The Sartorialist At New York Fashion Week Take cues from her on how to get that street style photog's attention.

If you follow Liz Uy on Instagram, then you’ve probably seen how she used a couple of pantsuit combos to one-two punch the streets of New York during Fashion Week. Her trick obviously worked as The Sartorialist himself, Scott Schuman, as well as Net-a-Porter noticed her killer ‘70s ensembles.   

Pairing her turtle necks with clean coordinates and color blocked coats, the stylist to the stars took fashion week by storm with her easy-on-the-eyes silhouette and palettes. 

While her coat looks amaze in negative-five-degree NYC, here in the tropics, sweating for fashion is not something we’d advise. Instead, pick up the defining elements of her ensemble such as the clean lines, flared trousers, color blocking, and platform steppers for a look that will get heads turning as you strut your stuff down the streets of the metro.

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