We’ve pulled together the best styling insights from NYFW’s top shows to help you breathe new life into your staid winter staples.
Add drama to your tailored coat by crossing an extra-long scarf and allowing it to hang past the hemline. Top with a statement hat.
Add polish to a denim-on-denim ensemble with a printed silk scarf in the same color family.
The unexpected combination of a crochet top with sweatpants works well in muted colors.
Belt a chunky cardigan over your lacy midi dress and top the duo with a jacquard coat for your next date night.
Embrace the oversized trend and layer a boyfriend blazer over a large white shirt, then add a little sexy appeal with slinky evening pants.
Instead of a full, midi skirt, why not wear your long-sleeved crop top with a slim maxi skirt instead?
Wrap your faux fur scarf around your neck and tuck one end into a buttoned menswear-style coat to keep it secure.
Your swingy, tea dress looks fresh when worn under a sheer crop top.
Cinch a buttoned-up sleeveless trench over your shirtdress and wear with knee-high boots.
Add extra interest to the preppy button-down-under-a-sweater combination by throwing a loose, cropped sweater over the top.
Get extra mileage out of your slip dress by wearing it under a slit pencil skirt and blazer.
Head-to-toe sweatpants become weekend wear when worn with ankle boots and a plaid coat.
For a downtown spin on wide-leg leather pants, pair them with a varsity sweatshirt.
You can wear those lace-up stilettos in cold weather; just don a pair of ribbed silk knee-high socks underneath them.
A fluttery, printed blouse adds a dash of sweetness to a chunky three-quarter-sleeve sweater and leather pants.
A pair of sheer, black ankle socks add a fashion-forward twist to Mary Jane pumps and pencil skirt.
Swap your go-to necklace for a thin black ribbon, and then showcase your D.I.Y. accessory with a plunging neckline.
Repurpose your cropped sweater by wearing it over a slip dress in the same color.
Instead of leaving the collar open and buttoning the rest of the way, fasten your coat at your neckline and allow the skirt of your dress to show.