New York Fashion Week kicked off their Spring/Summer 2020 runway, and the street style is, as always, exciting! This spring it’s all about bold colours, vibrant prints and outstanding pieces. And because we love seeing women showcase their individual style with confidence, we’ve picked our top four favourite street style looks to inspire you to consider new ways of wearing the latest trends.
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We love prints that pop, and this African inspired print couldn’t do it better! Pair a vibrant printed blouse with simple boyfriend jeans, and make sure to keep your handbag and heels a little more fancy – you will be New York Fashion Week ready in no time.
Print on Print
Go big and go bold with a matching set. Don’t be afraid of bold colours – the brighter the better! A bold set works perfectly with a simple tee and some strappy sandals to get your summer started.
The utilitarian design has strongly been influencing fashion in jumpsuits, pants, jackets and dresses, especially during New York Fashion Week. This dress shows us how chic this trend can be. Find an over-sized dress and cinch in your waist with a statement belt. Colours are key, so keep your accessories nude or natural tones.
Bright suits are having a moment and we are embracing it whole-heartedly. We have seen suits from blue and green to pink and even yellow during New York Fashion Week. The trick is to keep everything either the same shade or completely colour contrasted.
By Fashion Editor, Tiamara Naidoo
A fashion design graduate and the current fashion editor for Woman&Home magazine. She is a creative soul who thinks fashion should be an expression of one’s imagination, also she’s a self-proclaimed fashion guru.