The Best Street Style From New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019

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The fashion calendar might not seem to make a ton of sense: Most designers show a season ahead, some don't. Plus, it's 30 degrees outside and you're looking at minidresses and sandals. But, here's an easy way to get a better grip on dressing for the weather, skip the runway and look straight to the women and men sitting front row — or even a few rows back — for inspiration. When you're stuck in the doldrums of winter style, taking cues from your favorite editors and influencers is an easy way to gently tug out some inspiration. So behold, the best street style from New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019. Or, what you might want to fondly refer to as your guide to dressing cool when your fingers and toes are cold enough already.

While not every New York woman is a Carrie Bradshaw, all dazzly, feathery, and fringey, the women stepping out on Broadway or Canal all harness the city's fraught energy in their own unique ways. Whether it be in sportswear and sneakers or head-to-toe beige, NYC style is determined, thoughtful, and a few steps out of the comfort zone. But, don't let the fact that street style can feel performative talk you out of counting on it for your own everyday outfit ideas. While the neons may be more pronounced, the print-mixing more extreme — there are styling lessons abound to glean from the city's coolest trendsetters. Just read on for all the proof (and oh yeah, outfit ideas) from the streets of NYC.

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Try a logo sweater to contrast a sleek black look like Elle's Nikki Ogunnaike.

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Olivia Perez and Joseph Holder make the case for rich camel tones for winter.

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The hair clip trend was a street style favorite this season.

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A belted blazer makes for a refreshing winter look.

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Mixing and matching bold spring hues livens up a cold day.

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Oversized layers are a cozy choice.

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Style a spring dress with a coordinated coat.

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Neutrals and snakeskin are a cool combination.

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Style knee-high boots with a skirt that hits just above the ankle.

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Layer a cozy puffer over a cool suit.

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Leather pants are an added layer of protection on a snowy day like Nausheen Shah.

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All black can be seriously sophisticated.

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Coordinate your hat and jacket as inspired by Eva Chen.

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A yellow turtleneck pops against leather pants.

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A cozy puffer jacket is a stylish winter staple.

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Laher a blazer under a furry coat for added warmth and polish.

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A cozy fleeze is the must-wear style of the season.

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Mix sporty sneakers with a polished coat for a cool combination.

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Practical footwear can be stylish too.

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A minibag strung cross-body will help break up a heavy floor length coat.

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Tights, socks, and sneakers is ideal for inclement weather.

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Designer Mari Giudicelli tied a sweater around her neck instead of opting for a scarf.

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Don't be afraid to mix and match unexpected and non-traditional colors, they make an outfit pop.

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Layer coats for a look that is both practical and fashion-forward. In this case, a polished blazer and a statement coat make for a cool combo.

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If you're going for a monochromatic look, try punching things up with details that feel true to your style whether that means a Chanel bag or Margiela Tabi Boots.

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Colored tights offer an unexpected twist on a go-to outfit.

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Going monochrome doesn't always have to be so literal.

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Layer a turtleneck under your go to maxi-dress — Lisa Aiken's Nanushka faux-leather dress is a great option — for a practical-meets-cool combination.

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Styling lack and white together can be refreshingly refined. Subtle details like quilting in the jacket and a Monse label set Brie Welch's outfit apart.

Proof that the animal print trend isn't going anywhere soon. Try snakeskin boots or a skirt in tiger or leopard.

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Nudes and taupes are particularly popular this season, and mixing and matching similar tones is a cool way to move away from your basic black, without taking things too far.

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Rachael Wang and Rajni Jacques belt their coats to different effects — classic and sporty.

An all beige outfit can still attract attention — go for eye-catching details like special buttons or a cool bag (like this one from Danse Lente).

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Spring colors work for winter too — just make the most of layering.

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Go bold and mix unexpcted prints, just be sure to keep your color palette streamlined.

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Unexpected accessories — say a bucket hat or statement necklace — can give an outfit an entirely new vibe.

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Classic pieces don't have to be borring. Play with texture and add in corduroy and croc.

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Leopard print isn't going anywhere soon. A coat or fleece with jeans feels just right.

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Don't be afraid to sport one hue from head to toe.

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Silky pants are perfect for wearing with a pair of warm heat tech leggings underneath.

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A colorful puffer jacket is the ideal piece for balancing practical and fun.

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Nuetrals are ideal for wearing with a pop of green.

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If you're looking to add a pop to a neutral denim look, try a bold red top.

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Cowboy boots are a cool alternative to your everyday ankle boots, especially when styled with anything leopard.

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A turtleneck is a key layering piece you can wear under your lighter layers.

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Saks Potts' colorful coat is a street style favorite.

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If full-on color is too much for you, try a pop of neon.

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A luxe bag, like this one from Gabriella Hearst, makes any outfit look instantly glammed.

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Suiting doesn't have to be boring.

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A cool puffer is a piece that can add oomph to your cold weather look.

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Thoughtful layering is the key to staying warm.

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Try a colorful pair of boots with a neutral look.

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A trench coat will always be in style.

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Furry details make any outfit feel instantly cozy.

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A printed maxi dess is the perfect foil to chic leather boots.

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Leather pants will keep you warm on a windy day.

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Play with a single color palette but mix in slightly different hues like Kate Davidson Hudson.

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Leandra Medine's sheer tights and shorts make for a daring combination for cold weather — but the look works.

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A colorful coat is a great way to add oomph to a look — just take it from Harper's Bazaar's Chrissy Rutherford.

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Swap out your typical suiting for a bold hue like Maria Bernad's yellow style.

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Olivia Perez combined sportswear and heeled boots for an of-the-moment combo.

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Lean into the Americana trend with cowboy boots and denim.

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Comfy coats and knits are the key to surviving the season.

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A remixed blazer dresses up any outfit.

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A Céline ensemble makes for a classic and chic look.

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The key to surviving winter: layering like editors Nicole Kliest, Nicky Deam, Laurel Pantin, and Laura Lajiness.

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Try a sleek coat mixed with sneakers like stylist Rachael Wang.

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An all white outfit is a polished choice for winter.

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Stylists Nausheen Shah combines luxe and sporty for a winning look.

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Natalie Joos proves that cold weather fashion can still be fun.

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Saks Potts' printed tights are the style du jour.

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Wearing one hue head to toe can be a cool way to liven things up.

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Take a cue from Vogue's Chioma Nnadi and belt your scarf.

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Contrast monochromatic layers with a cool statement bag.

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Keep warm in your favorite suiting by layering a turtleneck underneath.

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Elle.com's Nikki Ogunnaike and Sally Holmes stay warm on the streets in cozy coats.

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A swear and button-down make for a fun and preppy combination.

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A shawl is an unexpected alternative to your usual sweater.

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Teen Vogue's Lindsay Peoples proves that every outfit looks good with white boots.

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An all black look can be surprisingly complex.

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Eva Chen belts her trench in a non-traditional way.

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Nicolette Mason proves that mixing textures makes for a cool ensemble.