These Statement Jackets Are All The Fall Fashion Inspo We Need
NYFW's street style is the perfect place to preview the coolest new layering techniques
It's not quite sweater weather yet, but that won't stop us from fawning over every great knit and jacket rocked at New York Fashion Week. Some of the trendiest street style stars threw jackets over their summery looks, while others opted for silky scarves and mesh layers to add dimension without breaking a sweat. But, as always, it's never too hot for a really great blazer—just lose the shirt underneath to cool down while also upgrading the look.
Neon coral and slime green are still going strong, no matter what form they come in. If you still haven't found your new favorite bag this season, look no further, because there's plenty of inspo to be found in this season's street style. Peep some of our favorite street style from day five of NYFW, below.
Heading to the craft store to recreate this look.
There's nothing better than a good coordinating set.
I must see the front!
Sweater weather needs to come as quickly as possible.
If it's fluffy enough to provide an impromptu napping cushion, I want it.
Halima Aden is stunning in florals (and, well, everything).
Layered tie dye is a must.
Every time I look at this I notice a new little detail to obsess over.
Grandpa frames forever.
The belt placement is key.
I want to wear this gauzy 'fit for the rest of my life.
I'm ready for mixed media denim skirts to make a comeback.
NYLON fashion editor Jenna Igneri can do no wrong.
Wear your favorite sheer nightgowns outside your house, too.
When it comes to butterfly clips, the limit does not exist.
Camouflage and pearls would be a great album name.
Susan Alexandra is our religion, basically.
Never enough leopard print.
Could this bag double as a pillow? If so, I want one in every color.
Teach me how to rock a suit sans shirt, please.
Multi-colored hair is the perfect finishing touch on this look.
I cannot get over how cool these tattoo eyebrows are.