Blog: Crossroads Style

September 10th, 2019 by Jennifer Beile 7 Street Style Trends to Adopt From NYFW

Due to the power and influence of social media, street style has become the upmost authority on fashion trends. New York Fashion Week is the epitome of influencers, models, and industry insiders showcasing their personal style, and in some ways, has become more affluent than the runways themselves. I personally look forward to the street style photos more than the designer collections during fashion week. It may be because seeing trends in action, on real people, and styled in a more approachable everyday way helps me to visualize how I might wear it, whereas the runway is more of a fantasy. See all the best street style trends to adopt that have come out of NYFW Spring 2020.

Feminine Details

Lace, ruffles and other feminine details are being seen as accents across all a range of styles.
Blogger wearing pink ruffled shirt at NYFW.

Matching Sets

Matching sets, whether it suiting or separates, have been a popular choice lately, from vibrant colors to traditional prints.
Woman wearing matching pattern short suit at NYFW.

Monochromatic From Head to Toe

From bold colors to minimalistic and neutral, monochromatic outfits from head to toe have been seen all over the streets of New York.
Woman walking the street wearing shades of burgundy for NYFW.

Comfort Friendly Footwear

Sneakers continue to reign supreme and show no signs of stopping. From completing glam looks to pulling together a casual chic look, a pair of sneakers will be your most versatile footwear this season.
Woman wearing suit with white sneakers.

Baby Doll Dresses

Easy to throw on and go, baby doll dresses were seen all over NY during this season’s fashion week.
Woman wearing a baby doll dress in the crosswalk.

Relaxed Silhouettes

Comfort over form-fitting was the choice on the streets of New York during this past fashion week and I’ve got to say that I am all for it!
Woman wearing oversized pieces in front of a fence.

Safari Chic

From extreme animal prints to more subtle khaki and olive tones, the safari trend is perfect to execute during the cool fall weather.
Woman wearing a safari jack at NYFW.


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