Last week kicked off fashion month, arriving at its first stop: New York. The street style scene over in NYC is one of the best, in my opinion. Each season, fashion girls step out in the freshest, most forward ensembles to attend the NYFW shows, and, more often than not, it's their creative looks that end up setting the trend for the rest of the season. Speaking of trends, I've already spotted a handful that I just know will stick around long after the last models step off the runway.
From all the clean, neutral looks filling up street style galleries all over the internet to the accessory trend that takes any outfit up a notch (or five), I'm sharing the top five trends I've spotted already at NYFW—and how to get each of them without spending more than $60. Yes, thanks to our fabulous Who What Wear collection at Target that serves up an array of the freshest trends each month, it's never been easier to look as cool as all the fashion girls without breaking your budget.
Well, what are you waiting for? Keep reading to see and shop the best NYFW street style trends at Target.
The Style Stalker
Suddenly, a sophisticated palette of beiges, tans, and creams became the chicest trend to hit the streets of Manhattan. The neutrals are particularly good when combined into one tonal look.
What do all the coolest accessories of fashion week have in common? Luxe croc-effect finishes. Shoes and bags alike are all taken up a notch with the help of mock croc, making any outfit appear much more expensive and thought-out than it may really be.
Considering we just shared that pared-back neutrals are having a major moment in NYC, the news that green is the buzziest color trend might seem to come out of left field, but hear us out. The unexpected color (especially in softer sage green shades) feels particularly fresh right now.
The street style at NYFW is a case study in how to look cool without freezing your butt off. It all comes down to one piece: a statement coat. It's still freezing on the East Coast, so fashion girls know to consider their outerwear just as much as what they wear underneath.