Black is the official unofficial color of New York City. It's practical: sweat marks in the summer go unnoticed and having a wardrobe filled with it makes it easier to get dressed, and, well, you're always en vogue. As any New Yorker will tell you, though, there comes a time in your sartorial life where you discover that there is more to life than looking like a chic poet. Rocking any bright color is scientifically known to improve your mood and the moods of others around you. (Color theory, hello!) It makes the streets of New York come even more alive, and Day 3 of fashion week was no exception. Last year's pastels are being traded in for vibrant hues and bolder patterns. It's loud. It's exhilarating. It's enough to get even the most diehard all black everything person to consider maybe introducing cobalt or pink to their moody wardrobe. Check it out below.
Missed yesterday's street style? Say no more.
A casual homerun.
This outfit has got us dreaming of a sweet, sweet European vacation right about now.
What are we to call a fanny pack worn as a crossbody bag?
Lovin' this concept, but can we talk about those braids?!
Suddenly we want to book a last-minute trip to Montauk in the fall.
Style partners for life.
You wanna talk jewel tones? Let's talk jewel tones.
[insert rock horns hand emoji here]
Gucci, Gucci, Gucci, Gucci.
Wow! Twilight merch got an upgrade.
Crushin' on crushed velvet? Get in line.
Why be lit when you can be knit?
A case of the vintage reds.
Rose and denim, the look of the Millennium.
Juliana Day's self-designed jumpsuit does all the talking for you.
Oh, hello, Caroline Vreeland.
Don't drop the bass!
When you've gotta inspect some gadgets but got a French lesson beforehand.
Crisscross on the crosswalk.
This is most definitely one of her secret weapon dresses.
Take us to the disco.
This is a no smoking area.
A pop of brow.
Pigtail Buns: A+
Pearl broach: A++++
A dress shirt, but make it a coat.
Hayy, Ashley Moore!