That's a wrap, everyone! On Wednesday, New York Fashion Week Fall 2020, and the street style that comes with it, officially came to a close, so show-goers made sure to end the event with a sartorial bang.
One particular street style trend stood out: pearl jewelry. We saw this mostly in the form of necklaces — your impact, Harry Styles! — but also as single statement earrings. Wearing pearls in different sizes and layered with different types of jewelry will keep this classic item fresh and modern.
On the runway front, Michael Kors kicked off the last day with a live performance from country artist Orville Peck, while Marc Jacobs closed out the week with an epic runway show at Park Avenue Armory, which included a surprise cameo from Miley Cyrus. In between, there were Fall 2020 collections coming from Jason Rembert's Aliétte, which welcomed front-row celebrities like Issa Rae, Dapper Dan, and Vlog Squad YouTuber David Dobrik, along with New York Fashion Week newcomers Fe Noel and Sukein making their runway debuts. Want to catch up on everything you missed from the week? We highlighted the buzziest moments and best-dressed celebrities from the whole thing.
Check out all of our favorite street style looks from day six of New York Fashion Week, below.
A fresh take on wearing pearl jewelry is to mix it with some of your other favorite pieces.
Love the pops of purple throughout this whole look.
Street style loves a twinning moment.
Who says you can't pair sneakers with fancy handbags?
We just might give the sailor hat a try.
A puffer made from velvet seems like a very cozy choice.
Really into this pretty neckline and sweater-tie combo.
Bold, citrusy colors will instantly brighten up an outfit.
This is "something blue" in pure fashion form.
We said it once, and we'll say it again: We're always down for a suit and sneakers look.
An oversized button-down can be a dress, too. Add high boots and a pair of shorts.
Jazz up your all-black pieces with an interesting garment, like this vintage-style dress.
There's no limit on pairing stripes with stripes.
Adding this look to our party style mood board.
Very into this cropped jacket.
A blazer made from velvet? Yes, please.
Switching up our black sunglasses for a neon pair like this one.
More! Dresses! Over! Pants!
And more! Sandals! With! Socks!
Top your outfit with a bright beanie.
Layer your knits next time.
It's time to scour the thrift stores for the best '80s-style prom dress.
Two (or three or four) prints are better than one.
Two interesting takes on the same outfit. We're making mental style notes right now.