After a jam-packed five days of shows and presentations, New York Fashion Week has come to an end. Now, attendees are either decamping London or returning home to get some well-deserved R&R. If you spent the last week keeping up with your favorite editors' and influencers' street style looks, you've probably spotted a piece or two that you're gunning to purchase. The good news: Team TZR did a little snooping to find the best New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020 street style looks that are currently available and ready for you to add to your cart.
While some show-goers are dressed the label they're supporting at their show, that's not always the case. In fact, many industry insiders spring for the chance to mix current trends with what's already in their closets. This season, many show-goers opted for neutral tones and polished separates, while others went for it in bright hues like tangerine, baby blue, yellow, and light pink. If one material made a statement, it was leather, and not just leather moto jackets. Think: vests, midi dresses, a-line skirts, and slouchy boots. On that note, Bottega Veneta on the whole was especially popular with the street style set this season, with show-goers donning the brand's RTW, bags, and shoes — sometimes all at once.
What else should you bookmark for fall? You'll just have to keep scrolling to be in the know. Ahead, see all the pieces from NYFW that you can (and probably should) purchase right now.
Head-to-toe color may be shocking, but it's also so sleek. Vanessa Hong experimented with an unexpected color choice that still feels prim and polished: a bright yellow velvet ensemble from Sies Marjan, .
TZR's site director Lauren Caruso gave everyone a lesson in wearing lingerie out and about. She coupled her lace bra with a on-trend short suit from The Frankie Shop.
Prints came out to play in full force this week. Shopbop's fashion director Caroline Maguire wore a matching set from Belgian-based brand Essentiel Antwerp, coupled with a laidback pair of Dr. Martens.
A long cardigan can be worn more ways than you might expect. This Jacquemus style, worn by TZR's senior fashion editor Aemilia Madden, works with just the top few buttons fastened. Style with jeans and heels or try layering a turtleneck underneath for a cold-weather take.
The more voluminous the sleeve, the better, or so it seems. The puff-sleeve trend that exploded this past year is headed into fall, shown by Harper's Bazaar editor Chrissy Rutherford in a bright blue Silvia Tcherassi dress.
Who says sparkly dresses are just for New Year's Eve? Madelynn Furlong wore an elegant, glitzy Lanvin dress partnered with a Paco Rabanne bag and mesh mules from Neous.
You're *basically* walking around in a piece of art with this graphic print tee from Chloé. Thora Valdimars played with textured in her ensemble pairing together velvet pants and a furry tote.
Don't be shy to mix and match multiple colors in your ensemble, as displayed by TZR's Mecca James-Williams. She perfectly mixed contrasting hues to create a punchy look.
Don't throw your floral dresses in the back of your closet just yet: Make like Meghan Adelaide and s tyle a sweet midi with a Jacquemus belt bag and heeled flip-flops, then once the chilly weather hits, swap out the heels for a pair of trendy square-toe boots.
Cowboy boots took the fashion scene by storm this past year and are continuing to gain popularity. Teen Vogue's Fashion & Beauty Features Director Tahirah Hairston paired her funky western boots with a trendy leopard slip mini dress from RIXO for the ultimate cool-girl look.
Chriselle Lim looked ever so polished in a victorian-inspired midi dress from Zimmerman, and made the look fall-approved by adding a pair of slouchy brown boots.
The quilted Bottega Veneta skirt made a New York appearance. Charlotte Groeneveld made the skirt the star of her looking by coupling it with a simple gray sweater and white heeled booties.
Elle.com's Nikki Ogunnaike gave a lesson on how to mix prints by contrasting a striped long-sleeve tee and camo pants. She finished the look with a Prada tote and Celine ankle booties for an extra bit of polish.
Linda Tol wore a full Mango outfit, and made a case for green cargo pants. Bonus points if you tuck in the fall-approved pants into your knee-high boots.
If you want to invest in a versatile top for fall, consider this one from Khaite. Xenia Adonts paired the puff-sleeve top with an asymmetrical skirt and knee-high boots.
For an easy one-and-done outfit, opt for a jumpsuit. To dress it up, finish off with a polished bag and chic heels, as displayed by Janelle Marie Lloyd.
Bottega Veneta makes more than just shoes and bags: Its ready-to-wear is just as stunning. Grece Ghanem sported the utility trend in the designer's dress and belt.
Coveteur's senior beauty editor Hannah Baxter went for a bold gingham printed dress from Self Portrait paired with a colorful '90s-inspired clutch from Mlouye.