Here’s the thing about New York Fashion Week: While it’s full of covet-worthy fashion and all that glorious newness, the majority of shows leave us drooling over styles that won’t be available to shop for another six months. That’s of course if you can afford the runway price tags. So what’s a frugal-yet-stylish girl to do? Steal those looks, of course. Okay, well not actually steal them; more like use them as inspo to shop at a more realistic price point. And today, we’ve decided to do just that. Here, eight of our favorite looks from New York Fashion Week — and how to score them for under a hundo.
Ulla Johnson: You already know red is super hot for Fall 2017. So get started now with rich textures like cable knit and corduroy. (Photo via D Dipasupil/Getty)
1. Few Moda Thick Slouchy Sweater ($40): Warm and cozy meets bold and bright. Perfect for fighting the winter wardrobe slump.
2. Loft Kick Crop Corduroy Pants ($55): The pant silhouette that works with flats, heels, or boots. Yes, please.
Michael Kors: Sweater dressing never gets old for us. Neither does monochromatic style. (Photo via Peter White/WireImage)
3. Topshop Tie Waist Sweater Dress ($85): This dress accentuates the waist and doesn’t get any comfier. Give it here, now.
Elizabeth and James: Just because it’s cold out doesn’t mean you have to dress in all dark tones. Pale pink and camel hit just the right color balance. (Photo via Vogue.com)
4. Boohoo Leah Oversized Teddy Faux Fur Coat ($72): A fuzzy pink topper is an instant outfit-maker. Just add jeans!
5. Forever 21 Contemporary Palazzo Pants ($20): Looks like trousers, feels like pajamas. Um, where do we sign up?
Self-Portrait: Off-the-shoulder ain’t goin’ nowhere, thank goodness. Give ruffles a little menswear touch with a glen plaid trouser. (Photo via Vogue.com)
6. Vince Camuto Ruffle Off-the-Shoulder Blouse ($50): Wear this one now with trousers, later with a denim mini. It’s a top for all seasons.
7. NYDJ Plaid Ankle Pants ($26): Wear these with socks and Mary Janes, as per the runway style. Or try them with a chunky knit and ankle boots.
Derek Lam: It’s officially trendy to clash your colors. And yes, that means red and purple totally go together now. Hooray! (Photo via Vogue.com)
8. Calvin Klein Ribbed Turtleneck Sweater ($41): A thin knit is the ideal layering piece. Bonus points for rocking it in the color of the season, red.
9. ASOS Pleated Midi Skirt in Velvet ($58): Lilac looks super luxe when done in a rich texture like velvet. The pleats add a dash of nerdy-chic.
Brock Collection: Known for being sexy and romantic, Brock Collection is what girly girls want to wear when they’re grown up. Le swoon. (Photo via Vogue.com)
10. Oasis Bell Sleeve Knit ($62): This ain’t just your average sweater. With uber-flattering sleeves, your goes-with-everything staple gets a refresh.
11. Slit Floral Printed Pencil Midi Skirt ($11): A floral pencil skirt is a feminine classic. For a cool-girl update, top this all white look with your favorite denim jacket.
J.Crew: They’ve done it again. The mix masters over at Jenna’s place just know what a girl wants — and how to put it all together. (Photo via Vogue.com)
12. Make Me Chic White Striped Trim Frayed Tweed Jacket ($48): A ladylike boxy jacket never goes out of style. This white one feels spring-y and fresh.
13. Stylus Long-Sleeve Back-Pleat Oversized Shirt ($17): An Oxford shirt is a girl’s best friend — and styling piece.
14. Jessica Simpson “Kegan” Soft Wide-Leg Pant ($30): Meet the army pant’s sophisticated cousin. Hey, girl.
Kate Spade: A utility jacket just makes everything cooler, even a super sweet floral midi dress. Pair it with all leopard heels, because why not? (Photo via Vogue.com)
15. Forever 21 Button-down Utility Jacket ($17): This one’s light enough to be worn as a shirt, a jacket or an in-between layer. A girl’s gotta have options.
16. Warehouse Woodstock Floral Midi Dress ($80): This cold-shoulder option lets you show some skin — but won’t show bra straps. Try adding a moto jacket and high boots for when it’s cooler out.
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