It was rainy and disappointingly cold on day two of NYFW, but that doesn't mean anyone wore a boring old trench coat to match the disgusting day; quite the opposite, actually. Everyone brought their A game in terms of rainy day wear—and matched the rest of their outfit to their outerwear. Most people didn't abandon the bright colors from yesterday, either. As a wearer of the same fluffy black coat each winter, I have a thing or two to learn about dressing for the weather from the street style stars of day two.
Below, learn how to appropriately dress for the weather with me, and get some major jacket envy with our favorite street style looks from NYFW day two.
Our editor-in-chief Gabrielle Korn making me seriously consider sneaking into her office and stealing this jacket...
Who says you can't wear two bright colors at once? Literally no one.
All red everything.
Baby pink and baby blue have never gone together so well.
Mary V making me wish it was the '70s again (not that I was alive).
Futurism is in.
Our managing editor Irina Grechko pulling off what we like to call around the office "Big Bird Chic."
Special attention really needed to be paid to this coat's details.
A leopard print coat can be the focal point of your outfit, or it can just be one of many.
Best raincoat I've seen this year.
"All black everything" can still be cool, even if everyone around you is wearing bright colors.
I'm not sure whether this is a scarf or a drape-y vest, but, regardless, I need it.
This marshmallow-y jacket draws all the attention to the wearer's face, which is where you should be looking, anyway. Those accessories!
Nothing else matters except this futuristic trench.
The butteriest leather I've ever seen.
Our fashion and beauty editor Jenna Igneri's coat and sunglasses are making Irina's pink earrings pop. I'd like to also thank Jenna's leather jacket for existing.
You don't have to worry about matching your coat to your dress if they're made from the same fabric.
The perfect way to show off your jacket but also make sure the rest of your outfit doesn't go unnoticed.
This jacket may make me officially stop associating fringe with Western wear. And the bag matching the headscarf? Amazing.
Make a monochromatic look stand out by combining different textures. Baby blue faux fur is a cozy dream.
Who needs an umbrella when you have the best weatherproof hat I've ever seen?