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trail blazers

new york fashion week street style spring 2020

Fall's prevailing back-to-basics trend is anchored in outfit-polishing--and fresh-looking-- double breasted blazers. The rest is simple: straight-leg jeans and an unfussy top. My favorite options on the market are by Acne Studios, The Frankie Shop, Madewell (Celine-inspired!), Rebecca Valance, A.L.C and Zara (immediately below, and in black too!).



pearl jam

new york fashion week street style spring 2020

Not your mother's pearls, but the kind pictured here--funky, unexpected, bold--is the new big thing. Particularly love these by Shashi, Mizuki, Bauble Bar, Anne Sisteron, Mango, Catbird, Natasha Schweitzer, and Simone Rochas.





run wild

$59, h&m

Cute now with my still-tan legs and later with tights and boots!


1. H&M leopard print chiffon dress, $59, hm.com
2. Oli & Tess earrings, $840, oliandtess.com
3. Allison Lou enamel star hoop, $310, shopbop.com
4. Lano Lips Essential Lip Tints, $40, netaporter.com
5. Chanel shearling belt bag, $3700, chanel.com
6. Mansur Gavriel loafers, $295, shopbop.com

the new button-down

leandra medine button down shirt


My favorite NYFW trend: the unbuttoned button-down. It's oversized. It's undone, both on top and bottom, and it's gorgeously paired with a bold gold chain like these by Laura Lombardi (great bang for the buck!), Rachel Comey (super popular) or Jenna Blake (forever-chic investment). I'd like to slip into these sexy shirts by Madewell, Toteme, RailsTopshop, Vince, and R13



fair game

$350, shopbop

My fail-proof cold weather strategy in a nutshell.


1. Coach Fair Isle sweater, $350, shopbop.com
2. Chanel Rouge Coco Pink Set, $100, nordstrom.com*
3. Anne Sisteron gold and pearl hoops, $460, annesisteron.com
4. Ulla Johnson pouch, $595, barneys.com
5. Gianvito Rossi knee-high boots, $1625, netaporter.com
6. Petar Petrov leather-timmed skirt, $805, netaporter.com

*I'd use the cute pouch for an evening-out clutch!

hip to be square


Just in case there was any confusion about Fashion Week's "IT" shoe, here's a bit of back-up for the must-have Bottega Veneta thong sandal. Of course, it's already sold out everywhere but here. These snaps also prove that strappy sandal season is far from over. Yes!




 

power puff


Puff sleeves are proving their power, parading down both the streets and the Spring 2020 runways of New York. Considering this trend's stamina, I'm all in, particularly with these puff pieces from Cecilie Bahnsen (below), Ulla Johnson (last pic), Zara, H&M, Rachel Comey, Mara Hoffman and J.Crew



 

fade fad


Three days into New York Fashion Week, and the attendees' collective decision to don faded, distressed jeans indicates it's the denim du jour. The fit is suitably relaxed; A hole or two at the knee is optional. Might as well start owning on our own, right? Let's begin with these spot-on silhouettes from current must-have brand Moussy (above and below), Mother, Ksubi, Wrangler and AGOLDE.




camel lights


The start of New York Fashion Week ushered in the first fall chill and its go-to hues: a cozy autumnal mix of mustard, marigold, and ochre. Pick your beige shade in any of these statement knits by Isabel Marant Etoile (above), Alexander Wang, Topshop and Cinq a Sept. P.S. A hefty gold chain--like this Bauble Bar, this Anne Sisteron or this Quinn Chain--adds an outfit-updating bonus!




shopping detour


I went out of my way yesterday to pop into H&M and snag the fringed Studio Collection sweater, above. Already sold out online, the sweater apparently never even made it to the LA store. Dang. Still, I did not leave empty-handed (no surprise there). And I think I may even have made it out better, with this $7 Hawaiian-print t-shirt, this floral (men's!) t-shirt and this one--for $7 each! (I will wear them with print skirts and pants and basic khakis--see below.) Also in the bag: this structured corduroy jacket (both colors sooo good), these cropped wide-leg khakis, and this white blouse (which I'll be wearing backwards, of course). Happy Friday!
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