New York Fashion Week (s – it’s actually two weeks long) has finally come to a close. I am a little overwhelmed by all of the beautiful shows and possibilities for recap posts. Instead of showing a slew of runway shots, I thought I would begin fall/winter show coverage with fashion that happened off the runways. During these two weeks fashion elite bring out the best items in their (usually massive and well curated) closets to create some of the chicest street style ensembles.
I adore the print mixing on bottom. Plus, the olive jacket goes beautifully with the pants’ berry tones.
Her star patterned tights are so cute paired with a very chic Proenza coat.
Going bold on bottom.
This pretty maxi makes a head to toe print statement.
These printed separates are just right with the mix of similar style pastel and white patterns – and an equally bold shoe that breaks up the look.
Plaid, polka dots and zebra print.
A beautiful pairing of two prints in the same neutral creates a subtle and sophisticated look.
Addition of accessories in a different print make for a cool looking ensemble.
Piled on prints in the same color scheme with one or two solid pops of standout color creates a perfect balance.
Happy weekend! I’m excited to relax and catch up on rest, while also going out and seeing a few friends. I spent all morning sitting in my pajamas watching Sex and the City “American Girl in Paris (part deux)” (happened to be on tv). Carrie looks incredible in that seafoam green 1000 layer tulle Versace gown. It kills me every time. Now, off to run a few errands!
Images: olive and berry: Scott Shuman at thesartorialist.com, Proenza coat: vogue.com, printed pants: Tommy Ton for style.com, maxi dress: vogue.com, separates: harpersbazaar.com, plaid: harpersbazaar.com, gray prints: harpersbazaar.com, printed accessories: fashionologie.com, same color prints: fashionologie.com.